John Key

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John Phillip Key (9 August 1961) is the 38th Prime Minister of New Zealand. Key is the leader of the centre-right New Zealand National Party. Key was elected Prime Minister in the November 2008 election and is expected to win a landslide victory in the upcoming 2011 elections.

Political Positions

John Key, former currency trader for Merrill Lynch, advocates lowering taxes, partial privatisation of some governments agencies, smaller government, business friendly governence and the defence of individual freedoms[1]


John Key was born to a Jewish mother [2], which makes him culturally Jewish according to traditional culture [3]. While he is agnostic on the exsistence of God he sees religion in society, Christianity and Judaism in particular, as "doing the right thing"[4].

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