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Seymour and Peters to share Deputy PM role

The new Government has been announced, with the 20-strong Cabinet having 14 National ministers and three each from Act and New Zealand First.

Deputy Prime Ministers Winston Peters and David Seymour will share the role.

Brent Edwards Fri, 24 Nov 2023

A new government has been announced, with New Zealand First leader Winston Peters appointed Deputy Prime Minister for the first 18 months and Act leader David Seymour to take over the role for the second half of the three-year parliamentary term.

Determining who would be deputy had been one of the

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