New Zealand PM announces cabinet reshuffle

New Zealand's Prime Minister Bill English speaks during a press conference at Parliament in Wellington, on December 12, 2016New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English unveiled a new-look cabinet on Sunday, marking his first major move since taking over the country’s top job six days ago. Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully, who has announced he would not be seeking re-election, will retain his role until a replacement is appointed in May. English, 54, was unanimously elected by the ruling centre-right National Party as the new leader after the popular Key resigned for family reasons after eight years as prime minister.

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