Wed. Jul 24th, 2024
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Beginning of coalition government exposed labour mismanagent

The new coalition Government has been in office for a few weeks, and Labour’s economic mismanagement continues to be exposed.
The Auditor-General has released a shocking report, highlighting the previous Labour government’s poor investment in infrastructure.
Labour Ministers were committing billions of dollars to projects with insufficient due diligence or clearly documenting what they were doing.
Recently released data from Stats NZ shows GDP declined by 0.3 per cent in the three months up until the end of September and the economy shrank in three of the past four quarters.
The Auditor-General also released a shocking report, highlighting the previous Labour government’s poor investment in infrastructure.
This coalition government has inherited an economic mess and the country is now in need of urgent economic repair after being mishandled by Labour for the last six years.
Labour’s decision to spray the money hose with wild abandon will have consequences for years to come.
We will be disciplined in our spending and tidy up the mess that has been left behind by Labour.
We have already begun ticking off initiatives from our ambitious 100-day plan.
The Government has passed legislation to restore the Reserve Bank’s sole focus on lowering inflation, removed the ‘Ute Tax’ and unwound the mandatory union-driven so-called Fair Pay Agreements legislation.labaou mismgt
All of this is part of our plan to restore economic confidence and give relief to struggling families and businesses.
One committed I made during the election was strengthening New Zealand’s relationship with India. Already this week, Trade Minister Todd McClay is travelling to India to meet with his Trade counterpart, Minister Piyush Goyal.
The relationship with India is a strategic priority for the coalition Government, and we will look at how to strengthen this important connection across a range of areas.
This Government will focus on strengthening New Zealand’s economy to ease the cost of living, provide income tax relief for lower-and middle-income workers, restore law and order so we all feel safer, deliver better public services like health and education, and drive the skills, technology and infrastructure needed to support future growth.
New Zealand should be a country where, if you work hard, you can get ahead, and the government I lead wants to help New Zealand find its mojo again. There is so much potential to realise, and I am delighted and excited to be getting on with the job and delivering more on our promises in the new year.
I know that that last few years have been incredibly tough for many people across New Zealand and I want to get started right away on improving the lives of Kiwis.
This Christmas break, I’ll be spending time with my family before diving straight back into work to get this great country of our back on track.
Kiwis voted for a government focused on the issues that matter and there is a lot of work to do to make sure that we deliver.
I hope that you all have a wonderful and safe summer break, a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year.
Thank you for all your support. It is a huge honour to serve New Zealand as its 42nd Prime Minister and I look forward to what 2024 will bring. -Hon. Christopher Luxon, Prime Minister of New Zealand

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