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New Zealand women's prime minister breastfeeding was sneaked on the television station to apologize

New Zealand women’s prime minister breastfeeding was sneaked on the television station to apologize

New Zealand women prime minister breastfeeding

On August 4, Aden’s daughter arrived at Wellington Airport.

Original title: New Zealand women's prime minister breastfeeding was sneaked to broadcast a TV station apologize

New Zealand women prime minister breastfeeding

Overseas Network August 13th, the 38-year-old New Zealand woman Prime Minister Jessinda Aden, the world's first national leader with her newly born daughter to work together, her every move has attracted much attention.

According to Taiwan media reports, a recent photojournalist from New Zealand TV (TVNZ) secretly photographed Aden’s congressional speech to hide from breastfeeding. Once the video was released, it caused dissatisfaction among netizens. The TV station eventually deleted and apologized. 

On August 4th, Aden and his daughter were at the Wellington Airport and were greeted by the Nelson Middle School students in the South Island.

New Zealand women prime minister breastfeeding

Last Friday (August 10th), Aden, who had just finished his maternity leave, gave a speech in Congress, announcing that New Zealand would ban disposable plastic bags. After the speech, Aden was breastfeeding on the sidelines, but the breastfeeding picture was sneaked and broadcast by a New Zealand TV reporter.

Subsequently, netizens have repeatedly criticized the TV station for not respecting privacy. Others pointed out that in the video, Aden covered his daughter's face with a blanket, apparently hoping to protect her daughter, but the reporter violated the privacy of Aden and her daughter.

Some netizens believe that the focus of the news should be on the issue of disabling disposable plastic bags, rather than breastfeeding. The practice of TV stations will blur the public's concern about plastic bags.

After being strongly criticized, the TV station immediately apologized and removed the video. The spokesperson said, "We did make a mistake and we are willing to accept criticism from all sides."

Original title: New Zealand women's prime minister breastfeeding was sneaked to broadcast a TV station apologize


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