New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has apologized for calling a member of the opposition party arrogant in parliament.
According to foreign media, during a heated debate in Parliament, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern raised an issue during which the leader of the opposition party asked her to give an example of a time when she made a mistake and apologized and corrected it.
On this occasion, the Prime Minister gave a detailed reply in an enthusiastic manner, but after sitting down, he muttered ‘proud’ which was recorded by the microphones in the Parliament.
David Seymour, leader of New Zealand’s ACT Party, objected to the Prime Minister’s words and requested the Speaker to withdraw them.
According to foreign media, later, the spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office said that Jacinda Ardern has apologized.