The New Zealand station apologizes for the video of the prime minister breastfeeding

The prime minister (pictured with Neve) was filmed breastfeeding his baby

The prime minister (pictured with Neve) was filmed breastfeeding his baby

The prime minister (pictured with Neve) was filmed breastfeeding his baby

New Zealand state television apologized to viewers concerned about the images of their prime minister's breastfeeding.

Jacinda Ardern was discussing her national ban on plastic bags in a segment for Television New Zealand (TVNZ) 1 News.

After his announcement, he retreated to the back of the room to feed his daughter.

A camera of 1 News filmed the politician, unleashing a storm on social networks at odds with the leader's comfortable approach to caring for his son at work.

She told The Guardian that since Neve Te Aroha was born, she has separated to breastfeed at work approximately every three hours, sometimes during informational sessions.

The filming provoked indignation among the spectators, which led the state channel to issue a statement that said: "We're wrong."

They removed the video following the pressure and arguments about the online clip, reports The West.

"Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was discussing the issue of single-use plastic bags and that should be our focus," said a TVNZ spokeswoman. & # 39; We accept the criticism. We did it wrong.

& # 39; We were wrong & # 39 ;: the station apologized because some viewers expressed concern about the baby's right to privacy

& # 39; We were wrong & # 39 ;: the station apologized because some viewers expressed concern about the baby's right to privacy

& # 39; We were wrong & # 39 ;: the station apologized because some viewers expressed concern about the baby's right to privacy

Not only the viewers were outraged by the clip, as Newstalk ZB presenter Andrew Dickens conveyed his anger during his show.

The journalist questioned how the video could have been allowed due to the strict rules about filming Neve.

The prime minister (pictured with his partner, Clarke Gayford) regularly separates to feed his newborn in the office

The prime minister (pictured with his partner, Clarke Gayford) regularly separates to feed his newborn in the office

The prime minister (pictured with his partner, Clarke Gayford) regularly separates to feed his newborn in the office

There have been strict rules about the filming of Neve and in the clip the prime minister is clearly covering it with a blanket

There have been strict rules about the filming of Neve and in the clip the prime minister is clearly covering it with a blanket

There have been strict rules about the filming of Neve and in the clip the prime minister is clearly covering it with a blanket

Some were worried that the privacy of the girl was being threatened, as they pointed out that the prime minister covered his daughter's face to protect her.

But others resorted to politics itself, with a criticism of Ardern and saying that he had used his daughter as support.

However, the founder of Mother Helpers, Kristina Paterson, told the New Zealand Herald that Ardern was giving a wonderful example to working mothers.

She said the channel had violated the prime minister's privacy and argued that his express consent to shoot the baby should be sought.

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