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【澳纽网编译】权力角逐 – 那么在备受期待的2023竞选首场辩论后,我们懂得了什么?


一件事 – 工党的克里斯·希普金斯(Chris Hipkins)和国家党的卢克森(Luxon)在很多方面都相似:他们都在20多岁时买了第一套房,他们对抗气候变化的贡献是一辆家庭电动汽车和回收,最近他们都频繁去教堂 – 主要是在竞选期间。在被问及他们欣赏对方领导风格的方面时,他们都表示欣赏对家庭的承诺。



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两人在摄像机外有一种友好的化学反应 – 他们在辩论前和广告中间聊天。在第一次广告中,希普金斯走到观众中的记者那里打招呼。当被问及他认为情况如何时,他给出了一句不太热情的回答:“哦,还行。”


在民意调查中落后,希普金斯本可以试图对那个想要夺走他职位的人造成严重甚至致命的打击 – 但这种情况并没有发生。

他几乎没有什么可以失去的,可以积极参与 – 让卢克森感到不适,给他施加压力。有一些干扰,但没有什么能让卢克森迷失方向的。希普金斯确实在健康不平等方面挑战了卢克森,因为国民党提议取消毛利健康局,但这种能量在辩论的大部分时间里都没有体现出来。


希普金斯表示,他将回去观看辩论,作为下一场辩论的准备的一部分,无法抵制一次更多的嘲笑:“你们问他问题多少次,克里斯托弗·卢克森(Christopher Luxon)将继续拒绝回答。现在我对你们比以前更有同情心”。


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1News辩论 – 克里斯·希普金斯(Chris Hipkins)和克里斯托弗·卢克森(Christopher Luxon)照片:TVNZ / Andrew Dalton





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