ITALY: Draghi’s program – A break from the past

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Prime Minister Mario Draghi won his first confidence vote in the Senate late on 17 February, after calling for unity and sacrifices to bring the country out of an unprecedented health and economic emergency. Draghi’s new government, which was sworn in late last week after obtaining the support of a broad but fractious coalition, won the confidence ballot with 262 votes in favor, 40 against and two abstentions. A confidence vote today (18 February) in the Chamber of Deputies is also expected to give Draghi broad backing. Once the confidence vote formalities are completed, the government will
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