The Italian Parliament gave a vote of confidence to newly appointed Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte in Rome on Wednesday. Conte had the backing of both the anti-establishment Five Stars Movement and right-wing League party, winning himself enough support to get the required majority of 294. His government was approved by 350 to 236 with 35 abstentions. Conte had already received a vote of... Еще confidence on Tuesday from the Senate, the highest of Italy's bicameral system. With the two votes of confidence, Giuseppe Conte is officially the new PM of the country.