February 18th, local time, the Italian Chamber of Deputies passed a vote of confidence in Draghi’s new government as Prime Minister by 535 votes to 56 against and 5 abstentions.
The adoption of the vote of confidence in both the Senate and the House of Representatives also indicates that the new Italian government has officially begun to perform its duties, and the political crisis that lasted for more than a month has now settled.
The new Italian government led by Draghi was sworn in in the presidential palace on February 13.
Of the 23 ministers in the new government, 8 are technocrats, and the remaining 15 are from the Five Star Movement, the Democratic Party, the Alliance Party, the Power Party and other parties.
During the formation of the cabinet, Draghi has confirmed the support of the majority party in Parliament.