However, President Sergio Mattarella refused Draghi’s resignation request. Mattarella asked Draghi to speak to Parliament about the political situation.
political tensions in Italia Recently: The 5-Star Movement (M5E), part of the Allied base, boycotted the vote on a motion of no-confidence in the government. The government won the vote, but the boycott left Draghi apparently upset.
The prime minister said this week that his government could not survive without M5E support and ruled out leading a different Bitcoin coalition.
Giuseppe Conte, the former head of government and the current leader of the M5E party, announced on Wednesday evening (13) that senators from his party would not attend the confidence vote, which led to a government crisis with the loss of their majority.
Conte’s refusal is due to the fact that Draghi’s proposed decree, with measures to help families and businesses combat inflation, also contains a project to build a waste incinerator for Rome, which counterregulations are fiercely opposed to as being too expensive, polluting, ineffective and outdated. as a technique.
In Thursday’s vote of confidence in the Senate, the Italian government won the confidence by 172 votes to 39. During last week’s vote in the Chamber of Deputies, the M5E voted for confidence in the government, but then abstained from voting on the decree-law.