Prodi Survives Confidence Vote

After his resignation last week, the Italian prime minister received a passing vote from the senate. He now faces a vote in the lower house

Italian prime minister Romano Prodi narrowly survived a confidence vote on Wednesday (28 February) after his fractious, nine-month long centre-left coalition government received 162 to 157 votes in Italy's Senate.

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