New Zealand to have Maori woman for the first time as...

New Zealand to have Maori woman for the first time as...
New Zealand to have Maori woman for the first time as...

The maoris form the most populous indigenous group in New Zealand. According to the government, this ethnic group arrived in the archipelago about 1,000 years ago, coming from the Polynesian island of Hawaiki. One in seven New Zealanders defines themselves as Maori, whose language is recognized as one of the country’s official languages ​​by English.

Mahuta was announced during a nomination event for the Ardern’s new term as prime minister. The Labor Party, of which the prime minister is a member, increased the majority in Parliament after the October general elections.

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At the nomination event, the new chancellor argued that the technologies will help New Zealand connect with the rest of the world for the duration of the pandemic – the New Zealand government has successfully zeroed in on the local transmission of the new coronavirus more than once.

“I feel privileged to be able to lead conversations abroad,” said Mahuta.

2 of 2 February 28, 2020 – Nanaia Mahuta, nominated in November as Chancellor of New Zealand, poses with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at an event in Sydney, Australia – Photo: Bianca de Marchi / Pool / AFP

February 28, 2020 – Nanaia Mahuta, nominated in November as Chancellor of New Zealand, poses alongside Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at an event in Sydney, Australia – Photo: Bianca de Marchi / Pool / AFP

In 2016, Mahuta became the first New Zealand parliamentarian to wear, on the chin, a tattoo typical of Maori women – the moko kaue. “It is a declaration of identity, like a passport,” she said in an interview that year with the British newspaper “The Guardian”.

“I am at a point in my life when I am ready to give a clear statement of who I am and what my position is in New Zealand,” said Mahuta.

Moko kaue is usually tattooed on older women, as a symbol of authority and power in the community. Tattoos of this type became less common with British colonization, but they came back more often to represent Maori identity and pride in New Zealand.

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