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2021-06-18T00:44:11.870Z

Arden said the book dealing with her leadership style was supposed to include more women, and that she was misled by the authors. This is after she also shook off a film produced about the massacre in the mosques, which focused on her and not on the Muslim victims



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New Zealand Prime Minister Against Biography: "Mislead Me"

Arden said the book dealing with her leadership style was supposed to include more women, and that she was misled by the authors.

This is after she also shook off a film produced about the massacre in the mosques, which focused on her and not on the Muslim victims

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Tuesday, 15 June 2021, 10:41

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The New Zealand prime minister has objected to a biographical number about her leadership, after the author claimed she had misled her.

The new book "Jessinda Arden - Leadership with Empathy" - was written by the journalist and activist Sofria and I, and the author Karl A.

Hart.

They were based on exclusive interviews by Van and I with Arden, but the latter said she was told the book would deal with women and political leadership, not just her.



"I have been told that there will be about ten more leaders involved," the prime minister said yesterday, referring to the 2019 application.

She said she agreed to be interviewed "on that basis, assuming it does not deal with me specifically."

She said that "the claim that it was an exclusive interview for the purpose of writing a book of this kind is incorrect."

Arden added that she would ask the publisher, "Simon and Schuster," to clarify this.

Arden on a Musk tour in the flood area (Photo: Reuters)

Writer Hart denied that Arden was misled, saying that his bureau was aware that the book had been re-framed and turned into a biography.

On Sunday, Arden also shrugged off a planned film about the massacre in mosques in Christchurch in 2019, after criticism was leveled at the much-focused focus on it while Muslim victims were pushed aside.



"There are many stories from March 15 that can be told, but I do not consider myself one of them," said the prime minister, who received widespread positive coverage around the world thanks to her treatment of the corona plague and the leadership she discovered after the attack two years ago.

She stressed that she is not involved in the production of the film.

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