Italy's new government wins confidence vote in Senate
ROME - Agence France-Presse
A general view of the Upper house of the parliament in Rome, April 30, 2013. Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta won his first vote of confidence in parliament on Monday. REUTERS/Giampiero SpositoItaly's new coalition government led by leftist Prime Minister Enrico Letta won a confidence vote in the upper house of parliament on Tuesday.
The MPs voted 233 in favour and 59 against the Letta government, formed after a two-month deadlock caused by inconclusive elections in February, said Senate speaker Laura Boldrini.