Italian Senate Cuts Short Vacation to Set No-Confidence Vote

The Italian Senate will return Tuesday from its summer vacation to set a crucial date for a no-confidence vote on Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's populist government.That development followed a meeting Monday of party whips in the Senate who failed to unanimously agree on the date of the no-confidence vote.Interior Minister Matteo Salvini declared last week that his right-wing League party no longer supports Conte and is pressing for a no-confidence vote in the next few days. He's calculating that Conte will lose and resign, triggering what Salvini hopes will be...

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Published By: VOA News Swahili - Monday, 12 August

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