© Reuters. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi is conducting a vote of confidence in the government after he submitted his resignation last week following a mutiny by a coalition partner, in Rome, Italy July 20, 2022. REUTERS / Guglielmo Mangiapane
ROME (Reuters) – Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi won a recommendation of confidence in the Senate on Wednesday, but the three main coalition parties refused to take part in the vote, effectively scaring his administration.
Suggest asking the house to ratify a speech by Draghi earlier in the day, when he demanded unity from his coalition allies. The vote was approved by 95 to 38 with dozens of senators absent.