Draghi wins confidence vote by a hair’s width

The right-wing parties Forza Italia of Silvio Berlusconi and Lega Nord of Matteo Salvini have turned their backs on Prime Minister Mario Draghi and declared Wednesday morning that they will abstain from the confidence vote. Giuseppe Conte’s Five Star Movement, already the biggest culprit in the government crisis, had turned its back on the coalition since last week.

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