Friday, January 20, 2023

Next New Zealand PM Christopher John Hipkins (born 5 September 1978)

 He will be the 41st PM 
"Hipkins" = 41 (Reduction)

Christopher John Hipkins (born 5 September 1978) is a New Zealand Labour Party politician who is set to succeed Jacinda Ardern as the Prime Minister of New Zealand by 7 February 2023.[4] He currently serves as Minister of Education, Minister of Police, Minister for the Public Service and Leader of the House. He has served as the Member of Parliament for Remutaka since the 2008 election. He became a prominent figure as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in New Zealand, serving as Minister of Health from July to November 2020 and Minister for COVID-19 Response from November 2020 to June 2022.

On 21 January 2023, Hipkins became the sole candidate to succeed Jacinda Ardern as leader of the Labour Party. He is expected to become party leader on 22 January 2023 and the 41st Prime Minister of New Zealand by 7 February 2023.[5]

Early life
Hipkins was born in the Hutt Valley in 1978.[6] His mother is Rosemary Hipkins, chief researcher for the New Zealand Council for Educational Research.[7] He attended Waterloo Primary School and Hutt Intermediate. He was head boy at Hutt Valley Memorial College (later known as Petone College) in 1996.[1] Hipkins went on to complete a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in politics and criminology at Victoria University of Wellington,[1] where he was student president in 2000 and 2001.[8] In September 1997, as a first-year student, Hipkins was one of dozens arrested while protesting the Tertiary Review Green Bill at Parliament. The matter went through the courts, and 10 years later an apology and award of over $200,000 was shared between the 41 protesters. The judge ruled that despite claims by police that the protestors were violent, the protest was peaceful and there were no grounds for arrest.[8]

Before politics
After graduating, Hipkins held a number of jobs, including working as a policy advisor for the Industry Training Federation, and as a training manager for Todd Energy in Taranaki. Hipkins also worked in Parliament as an advisor to Trevor Mallard and Helen Clark.[9]

"Christopher John Hipkins" = 322 (Reverse Ordinal)
"Prime Minister Christopher John Hipkins" = 440 (Ordinal)

From and including: Tuesday, September 5, 1978
To, but not including Saturday, January 21, 2023
Result: 16,209 days
16209/174= 93.155 
Saturn = 93 coronavirus = 155 

He's becoming PM on the 21st day of the year 
Saturn = 21 
Jesuit = 21 

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