New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key has secured a third term in the country’s general election.
It was a rocky campaign, during which the government faced allegations of dirty politics and spying on its citizens.
But Key’s National Party secured 48 percent of the vote.
Key said he felt both “humbled” and “energised” by the result.
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