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New Zealand Chiefs 2018

SOURCE: 2018 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES











New Zealand Chiefs 2018
SOURCE: 2018 CIA WORLD FACTBOOK AND OTHER SOURCES


Governor Gen.
Jeremiah MATEPARAE
  • Prime Min.
    Simon William ENGLISH
  • Dep. Prime Min.
    Paula BENNETT
  • Min. for the Accident Compensation Corporation
    Michael WOODHOUSE
  • Min. for Arts, Culture, & Heritage
    Maggie BARRY
  • Min. of Broadcasting
    Amy ADAMS
  • Min. for Building & Construction
    Nick SMITH
  • Min. for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
    Gerard Anthony BROWNLEE
  • Min. of Civil Defense
    Gerard Anthony BROWNLEE
  • Min. for Climate Change Issues
    Paula BENNETT
  • Min. of Commerce & Consumer Affairs
    Jacqui DEAN
  • Min. for Communications
    Simon BRIDGES
  • Min. for the Community & Voluntary Sector
    Alfred NGARO
  • Min. of Conservation
    Maggie BARRY
  • Min. of Corrections
    Louise UPSTON
  • Min. for Courts
    Amy ADAMS
  • Min. of Customs
    Nicky WAGNER
  • Min. of Defense
    Gerard Anthony BROWNLEE
  • Min. for Disability Issues
    Nicky WAGNER
  • Min. for Economic Development
    Simon BRIDGES
  • Min. of Education
    Hekia PARATA
  • Min. of Energy & Resources
    Judith COLLINS
  • Min. for the Environment
    Nick SMITH
  • Min. for Ethnic Communities
    Judith COLLINS
  • Min. of Finance
    Steven JOYCE
  • Min. for Food Safety
    David BENNETT
  • Min. of Foreign Affairs
    Murray Stuart MCCULLY
  • Min. of Health
    Jonathan David COLEMAN , Dr.
  • Min. of Immigration
    Michael WOODHOUSE
  • Min. of Infrastructure
    Steven JOYCE
  • Min. of Internal Affairs
    Peter DUNNE
  • Min. of Justice
    Amy ADAMS
  • Min. for Land Information
    Mark MITCHELL
  • Min. of Local Govt.
    Anne TOLLEY
  • Min. of Maori Development
    To Ururoa FLAVELL
  • Min. for National Security & Intelligence
    Simon William ENGLISH
  • Min. of Pacific Peoples
    Alfred NGARO
  • Min. of Police
    Paula BENNETT
  • Min. for Primary Industries
    Nathan GUY
  • Min. for Racing
    Nathan GUY
  • Min. for Regulatory Reform
    Paul GOLDSMITH
  • Min. of Revenue
    Judith COLLINS
  • Min. of Science & Innovation
    Paul GOLDSMITH
  • Min. for Senior Citizens
    Maggie BARRY
  • Min. for Small Business
    Jacqui DEAN
  • Min. for Social Development
    Anne TOLLEY
  • Min. for Social Housing
    Amy ADAMS
  • Min. for Social Investment
    Amy ADAMS
  • Min. of Sport & Recreation
    Jonathan David COLEMAN , Dr.
  • Min. of State Services
    Paula BENNETT
  • Min. for State-Owned Enterprises
    Todd MCCLAY
  • Min. of Statistics
    Mark MITCHELL
  • Min. for Tertiary Education, Skills, & Employment
    Paul GOLDSMITH
  • Min. of Tourism
    Paula BENNETT
  • Min. of Trade
    Todd MCCLAY
  • Min. of Transport
    Simon BRIDGES
  • Min. for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations
    Christopher FINLAYSON
  • Min. of Veterans Affairs
    David BENNETT
  • Min. for Whanau Ora
    Te Ururoa FLAVELL
  • Min. for Women
    Paula BENNETT
  • Min. for Workplace Relations & Safety
    Michael WOODHOUSE
  • Min. for Youth
    Nikki KAYE
  • Min. Supporting Greater Christchurch Regeneration
    Gerald Anthony BROWNLEE
  • Attorney Gen.
    Christopher FINLAYSON
  • Governor, Reserve Bank of New Zealand
    Graeme WHEELER
  • Ambassador to the US
    Michael Kenneth MOORE
  • Permanent Representative to the UN, New York
    Gerard Jacobus VAN BOHEMEN

  • NOTE: 1) The information regarding New Zealand on this page is re-published from the 2018 World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of New Zealand Chiefs 2018 information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about New Zealand Chiefs 2018 should be addressed to the CIA.
    2) The rank that you see is the CIA reported rank, which may habe the following issues:
      a) The 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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