Senate OKs COVID decree

Weird Italy b0007804463ac0b35bc3a5cfb342acd3 Senate OKs COVID decree What happened in Italy today

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 3 – The Senate on Wednesday approved the
government’s COVID decree introducing further urgent measures to
contain the pandemic and carry out elections in 2021.
    The decree was approved by 122 votes to 27 with 88 abstentions.
    Nationalist opposition Brothers of Italy (FdI) voted against the
decree while nationalist League party, a part of the national
unity government, abstained.
    The decree now moves to the House for definitive approval.
    (ANSA).
   

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