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Italy’s Senate delays no-confidence vote

By Bloomberg
14 August 2019   |   6:00 am
In Italy, Deputy Premier Matteo Salvini will likely have to wait a week more to move ahead with his power grab. Senate leaders failed to agree on a date of the confidence vote that could bring down the populist coalition. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte is expected to address his fate as leader on August 20th.

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