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The Italian Senate will vote on a timeline for a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Aug. 13 after the leaders of Italy's main parliamentary groups failed to agree on a date for the vote on Aug. 12, La Stampa reported.
Italy's right-wing League party has introduced a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, with the leaders of the main parliamentary groups to decide on the exact date of the vote next week, La Stampa reported Aug. 9.
The Italian government has won a confidence vote in the country's Senate regarding a proposed security decree by a final count of 160 votes in favor, 57 against and 21 abstaining, La Stampa reported Aug. 6.
The Italian Senate has started discussing a proposed security pact to grant additional power to the police and military, with a vote expected either late Aug. 5 or early Aug. 6, La Repubblica reported.
The Mexican Senate has concluded its special session without approving a pending constitutional reform that would allow for recall elections and expanded popular referendum votes, La Silla Rota reported June 20.
The Mexican Senate will hold a special session beginning June 19 to discuss a pending constitutional reform that would allow for both popular referendums and recalls of elected officials, La Silla Rota reported June 18.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte will meet the two leaders of the country's ruling coalition on either June 10 or 11 to discuss how Rome will negotiate with Brussels over its deficit, La Stampa has reported.
Should the current wave of protests in the Central American country drag on, more Honduran migrants might head to the United States, with implications for that country and its southern neighbor, Mexico.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has said he will resign if the country's populist ruling coalition does not cease its bickering, noting that cohesion is required for Italy to avoid the European Union's excessive deficit procedure, La Repubblica reported June 3.
For the past 60 years, Algeria's national oil company has used its influence to limit the extent of energy reforms. Such political sway will continue to shield Sonatrach as Algeria charts a new political future.
Mexican Supreme Court President Arturo Zaldivar has said his institution could reject a National Human Rights Commission request for an injunction halting the implementation of legislation that would authorize a national salary cap in Mexico's federal government, La Silla Rota reported May 13.
Argentine President Mauricio Macri has sent his predecessor and political opponent Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner a letter asking for her opinion on 10 "essential" economic and fiscal topics for the country, La Nacion reported May 6.