January 19th local time, the Italian Senate voted confidence in the coalition government led by Conte.
After debate, a vote of confidence in the government was finally adopted by 156 votes to 140 and 16 abstentions.
The crisis caused by the withdrawal of the Italian Vitality Party from the government ended.
Having won a vote of confidence in the House of Representatives on the 18th, the Conte government will then be reorganized and remain in power.
Before the Senate vote on the 19th, Conte said that if he wins a vote of confidence, he will strengthen the government’s ruling team.
On the 13th of this month, the leader of the Italian Party of Vitality Renzi announced the withdrawal of the members of the party from the coalition government, putting the current Italian government into a crisis of restructuring or holding an early election.