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New Zealand Chiefs 2019

SOURCE: 2019 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES











New Zealand Chiefs 2019
SOURCE: 2019 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES


Governor Gen.
Patsy REDDY
  • Prime Min.
    Jacinda ARDERN
  • Dep. Prime Min.
    Winston PETERS
  • Min. for the Accident Compensation Corporation
    Iain LEES-GALLOWAY
  • Min. of Agriculture
    Damien O'CONNOR
  • Min. for Arts, Culture, & Heritage
    Jacinda ARDERN
  • Min. for Biosecurity
    Damien O'CONNOR
  • Min. for Building & Construction
    Jenny SALESA
  • Min. for Children
    Tracey MARTIN
  • Min. of Civil Defense
    Kris FAAFOI
  • Min. for Climate Change
    James SHAW
  • Min. of Commerce & Consumer Affairs
    Kris FAAFOI
  • Min. for the Community & Voluntary Sector
    Peeni HENARE
  • Min. of Conservation
    Eugenie SAGE
  • Min. of Corrections
    Kelvin DAVIS
  • Min. for Courts
    Andrew LITTLE
  • Min. for Crown/Maori Relations
    Kelvin DAVIS
  • Min. of Customs
    Kris FAAFOI
  • Min. of Defense
    Ron MARK
  • Min. for Disability Issues
    Carmel SEPULONI
  • Min. for Disarmament & Arms Control
    Winston PETERS
  • Min. for Economic Development
    David PARKER
  • Min. of Education
    Chris HIPKINS
  • Min. of Employment
    Willie JACKSON
  • Min. of Energy & Resources
    Megan WOODS , Dr.
  • Min. for the Environment
    David PARKER
  • Min. for Ethnic Communities
    Jenny SALESA
  • Min. of Finance
    Grant ROBERTSON
  • Min. of Fisheries
    Stuart NASH
  • Min. for Food Safety
    Damien O'CONNOR
  • Min. of Foreign Affairs
    Winston PETERS
  • Min. of Forestry
    Shane JONES
  • Min. for Government Digital Services
    Megan WOODS , Dr.
  • Min. for Greater Christchurch Regeneration
    Megan WOODS , Dr.
  • Min. of Health
    David CLARK , Dr.
  • Min. of Housing and Urban Development
    Phil TWYFORD
  • Min. of Immigration
    Iain LEES-GALLOWAY
  • Min. for Infrastructure
    Shane JONES
  • Min. of Internal Affairs
    Tracey MARTIN
  • Min. of Justice
    Andrew LITLLE
  • Min. for Land Information
    Eugenie SAGE
  • Min. of Local Govt.
    Nanaia MAHUTA
  • Min. for Maori Development
    Nanaia MAHUTA
  • Min. for National Security & Intelligence
    Jacinda ARDERN
  • Min. for Pacific Peoples
    Aupito William SIO
  • Min. of Police
    Stuart NASH
  • Min. for Racing
    Winston PETERS
  • Min. for Regional Economic Development
    Shane JONES
  • Min. of Research, Science and Innovation
    Megan WOODS , Dr.
  • Min. Responsible for the Earthquake Commission
    Megan WOODS , Dr.
  • Min. Responsible for the Government Communications Security Bureau
    Andrew LITTLE
  • Min. Responsible for Ministerial Services
    Chris HIPKINS
  • Min. Responsible for the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service
    Andrew LITTLE
  • Min. Responsible for Pike River Reentry
    Andrew LITTLE
  • Min. of Revenue
    Stuart NASH
  • Min. for Rural Communities
    Damien O'CONNOR
  • Min. for Seniors
    Tracey MARTIN
  • Min. for Small Business
    Stuart NASH
  • Min. for Social Development
    Carmel SEPULONI
  • Min. of Sport & Recreation
    Grant ROBERTSON
  • Min. for State-Owned Enterprises
    Winston PETERS
  • Min. of State Services
    Chris HIPKINS
  • Min. of State for Trade & Export Growth
    Damien O’CONNOR
  • Min. of Tourism
    Kelvin DAVIS
  • Min. of Trade & Export Growth
    David PARKER
  • Min. of Transport
    Phil TWYFORD
  • Min. for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations
    Andrew LITTLE
  • Min. for Veterans
    Ron MARK
  • Min. for Whanau Ora
    Peeni HENARE
  • Min. for Women
    Julie Anne GENTER
  • Min. for Workplace Relations & Safety
    Iain LEES-GALLOWAY
  • Min. for Youth
    Peeni HENARE
  • Attorney Gen.
    David PARKER
  • Governor, Reserve Bank of New Zealand
    Graeme WHEELER
  • Ambassador to the US
  • Permanent Representative to the UN, New York
    Craig HAWKE

  • NOTE: 1) The information regarding New Zealand on this page is re-published from the 2019 World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of New Zealand Chiefs 2019 information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about New Zealand Chiefs 2019 should be addressed to the CIA.
    2) The rank that you see is the CIA reported rank, which may habe the following issues:
      a) They assign increasing rank number, alphabetically for countries with the same value of the ranked item, whereas we assign them the same rank.
      b) The CIA sometimes assignes counterintuitive ranks. For example, it assigns unemployment rates in increasing order, whereas we rank them in decreasing order






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