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Todd Muller resigns as leader of National

Todd Muller resigns as leader of National

Todd Muller resigns as leader of National

Todd Muller has resigned as leader of New Zealand’s National Party after 53 days.

Muller released a statement this morning announcing that he will be stepping down as leader, and saying the role had taken a toll on his family and his health.

“It has become clear to me that I am not the best person to be Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the New Zealand National Party at this critical time for New Zealand,” he said.

“It is more important than ever that the New Zealand National Party has a leader who is comfortable in the role.

“The role has taken a heavy toll on me personally, and on my family, and this has become untenable from a health perspective.

“For that reason I will be stepping down as Leader effective immediately.”

I have taken time over the weekend to reflect on my experience over the last several weeks as Leader of the…

Posted by Todd Muller MP on Monday, 13 July 2020

Early contenders to replace him are his current deputy Nikki Kaye – and the prospect of Judith Collins also lurks in the background.

There are only 67 days left until the New Zealand Election.

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