John Phillip Key, Prime Minister Of New Zealand

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John Phillip Key

Current Location:: Auckland, New Zealand
Birthdate: (53)
Birthplace: Auckland, New Zealand
Immediate Family:

Son of George Ernest Key and Ruth Key
Husband of <private> Dougan
Father of <private> Key and <private> Key
Brother of <private> Cave (Key) and <private> Lazar (Key)
Half brother of Peter Norman Key and <private> Key

Occupation: Banker, Current Prime Minister Of New Zealand
Managed by: Jason Scott Wills
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About John Phillip Key, Prime Minister Of New Zealand

John Phillip Key (born 9 August 1961) is the 38th and current Prime Minister of New Zealand and leader of the New Zealand National Party.

After a career in foreign exchange Key entered the New Zealand House of Representatives in 2002 representing the Auckland constituency of Helensville, a seat that he has held since then. In 2004 he was appointed Finance Spokesman for National and eventually succeeded Don Brash as the National Party leader in 2006. Key led his party to victory in the November 2008 general election.

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John Phillip Key, Prime Minister Of New Zealand's Timeline

August 9, 1961
Auckland, New Zealand
November 15, 2014
- November 16, 2014
Age 53
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

The 2014 G20 Brisbane summit was the ninth meeting of the G20 heads of government. It was held in Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland, Australia, on 15–16 November 2014. The hosting venue was the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre at South Brisbane. The event was the largest ever peacetime police operation in Australia.

On 1 December 2013 Brisbane became the official host city for the G20. The City of Brisbane had a public holiday on 14 November 2014. Up to 4,000 delegates were expected to attend with around 2,500 media representatives. The leaders of Mauritania, Myanmar, New Zealand, Senegal, Singapore, and Spain were also invited to this summit.