COVID decree passed

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 11 – The government’s latest COVID decree
was passed by the Italian parliament on Thursday.
    The Lower House gave it definitive approval by 220 votes to 25
with 132 abstentions.
    Nationalist Brothers of Italy (FdI) MPs voted against and
nationalist League MPs abstained.
    FdI is the only opposition party to Mario Draghi’s national
unity government, which is backed by everyone else including the
League.
    The decree earmarks fresh spending against the effects of the
pandemic. (ANSA).
   

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