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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders were scrambling to line up allies and alliances Tuesday as Matteo Salvini pressed his demands for early elections as soon as possible in the hope of snagging the premiership with his anti-migrant, Euro-skeptic agenda. Hastily summoned back from a vacation break, the Senate was convened to vote later Tuesday on when to schedule a no-confidence motion lodged by Salvini???s right-wing League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month old populist government. (Giuseppe Lami/ANSA via AP)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini is applauded by lawmakers after addressing the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders were scrambling to line up allies and alliances Tuesday as Matteo Salvini pressed his demands for early elections as soon as possible in the hope of snagging the premiership with his anti-migrant, Euro-skeptic agenda. Hastily summoned back from a vacation break, the Senate was convened to vote later Tuesday on when to schedule a no-confidence motion lodged by Salvini???s right-wing League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month old populist government. (Giuseppe Lami/ANSA via AP)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini opens his arms as he addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders were scrambling to line up allies and alliances Tuesday as Matteo Salvini pressed his demands for early elections as soon as possible in the hope of snagging the premiership with his anti-migrant, Euro-skeptic agenda. Hastily summoned back from a vacation break, the Senate was convened to vote later Tuesday on when to schedule a no-confidence motion lodged by Salvini???s right-wing League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month old populist government. (Giuseppe Lami/ANSA via AP)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders were scrambling to line up allies and alliances Tuesday as Matteo Salvini pressed his demands for early elections as soon as possible in the hope of snagging the premiership with his anti-migrant, Euro-skeptic agenda. Hastily summoned back from a vacation break, the Senate was convened to vote later Tuesday on when to schedule a no-confidence motion lodged by Salvini???s right-wing League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month old populist government. (Giuseppe Lami/ANSA via AP)

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Former Italian premier Matteo Renzi arrives for a session at the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders were scrambling to line up allies and alliances Tuesday as Matteo Salvini pressed his demands for early elections as soon as possible in the hope of snagging the premiership with his anti-migrant, Euro-skeptic agenda. Hastily summoned back from a vacation break, the Senate was convened to vote later Tuesday on when to schedule a no-confidence motion lodged by Salvini???s right-wing League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month old populist government. (Giuseppe Lami/ANSA via AP)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini, second from left, is congratulated by The League party's lawmakers after addressing the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini center, is congratulated by The League party's lawmakers after addressing the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini is applauded by lawmakers as he addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini, right, sits beside Agricultural Minister and The League's lawmaker Gian Marco Centinaio as he addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini addresses the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Italian Interior Minister and Deputy-Premier Matteo Salvini, left, laughs as he sits beside The League party's Roberto Calderoli, at the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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Former Italian Premier Matteo Renzi speaks during a news conference at the Senate in Rome, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019. Italy???s political leaders scrambled to line up allies and form alliances Tuesday as the country???s right-wing interior minister pressed his demands for an early election in the hope of snagging the premiership as a platform for his anti-migrant, euroskeptic agenda. Senators hastily summoned back from a vacation break convened for a vote on scheduling their consideration of a no-confidence motion lodged by Matteo Salvini???s League party against Premier Giuseppe Conte???s 14-month-old populist government. (AP Photo/Alberto Pellaschiar)

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A general view of the upper house as the Senate as it meets to set a date for a motion of no confidence in the government, in Rome on August 13, 2019. - Far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini pulled his support for Italy's governing coalition on August 8, 2019, and called for snap elections, prompting the country's premier to demand that he "justify" his decision to provoke a political crisis. Salvini, whose hardline League Party has already called for snap polls, has clashed with his fellow Deputy Prime Minister Luigi di Maio of the anti-establishment Five Star Movement (M5S) party over a range of policies. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Italian Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League party Matteo Salvini gestures while speaking at the upper house, as senators hold a debate on a possible no-confidence vote in the government, in Rome's Palazzo Madama on August 13, 2019. - The Italian Senate on August 13, 2019 rejected a call by far-right leader Matteo Salvini for a swift no-confidence vote, deciding instead for Prime Minister to address the crisis on August 20. Interior Minister's anti-migrant League had sought the vote after he pulled the plug on the coalition last week, but a majority of senators from former coalition partners Five Star Movement and from the opposition rejected the motion. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Italian Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League party Matteo Salvini gestures while speaking at the upper house, as senators hold a debate on a possible no-confidence vote in the government, in Rome's Palazzo Madama on August 13, 2019. - The Italian Senate on August 13, 2019 rejected a call by far-right leader Matteo Salvini for a swift no-confidence vote, deciding instead for Prime Minister to address the crisis on August 20. Interior Minister's anti-migrant League had sought the vote after he pulled the plug on the coalition last week, but a majority of senators from former coalition partners Five Star Movement and from the opposition rejected the motion. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Italian Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League party Matteo Salvini gestures while speaking at the upper house, as senators hold a debate on a possible no-confidence vote in the government, in Rome's Palazzo Madama on August 13, 2019. - The Italian Senate on August 13, 2019 rejected a call by far-right leader Matteo Salvini for a swift no-confidence vote, deciding instead for Prime Minister to address the crisis on August 20. Interior Minister's anti-migrant League had sought the vote after he pulled the plug on the coalition last week, but a majority of senators from former coalition partners Five Star Movement and from the opposition rejected the motion. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Italian Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League party Matteo Salvini gestures while speaking at the upper house, as senators hold a debate on a possible no-confidence vote in the government, in Rome's Palazzo Madama on August 13, 2019. - The Italian Senate on August 13, 2019 rejected a call by far-right leader Matteo Salvini for a swift no-confidence vote, deciding instead for Prime Minister to address the crisis on August 20. Interior Minister's anti-migrant League had sought the vote after he pulled the plug on the coalition last week, but a majority of senators from former coalition partners Five Star Movement and from the opposition rejected the motion. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Italian Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League party Matteo Salvini gestures while speaking at the upper house, as senators hold a debate on a possible no-confidence vote in the government, in Rome's Palazzo Madama on August 13, 2019. - The Italian Senate on August 13, 2019 rejected a call by far-right leader Matteo Salvini for a swift no-confidence vote, deciding instead for Prime Minister to address the crisis on August 20. Interior Minister's anti-migrant League had sought the vote after he pulled the plug on the coalition last week, but a majority of senators from former coalition partners Five Star Movement and from the opposition rejected the motion. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Italian former Prime minister Matteo Renzi (R) sits at the upper house, as senators hold a debate on a possible no-confidence vote in the government, in Rome's Palazzo Madama on August 13, 2019. - The Italian Senate on August 13, 2019 rejected a call by far-right leader Matteo Salvini for a swift no-confidence vote, deciding instead for Prime Minister to address the crisis on August 20. Interior Minister's anti-migrant League had sought the vote after he pulled the plug on the coalition last week, but a majority of senators from former coalition partners Five Star Movement and from the opposition rejected the motion. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Italian Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the far-right League party Matteo Salvini is congratulated by his party senators after his speech at the upper house, during a debate on a possible no-confidence vote in the government, in Rome's Palazzo Madama on August 13, 2019. - The Italian Senate on August 13, 2019 rejected a call by far-right leader Matteo Salvini for a swift no-confidence vote, deciding instead for Prime Minister to address the crisis on August 20. Interior Minister's anti-migrant League had sought the vote after he pulled the plug on the coalition last week, but a majority of senators from former coalition partners Five Star Movement and from the opposition rejected the motion. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Italian Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the League party Matteo Salvini gestures as he delivers a speech at the upper house, during a debate on a possible no-confidence vote in the government, in Rome's Palazzo Madama on August 13, 2019. - The Italian Senate on August 13, 2019 rejected a call by far-right leader Matteo Salvini for a swift no-confidence vote, deciding instead for Prime Minister to address the crisis on August 20. Interior Minister's anti-migrant League had sought the vote after he pulled the plug on the coalition last week, but a majority of senators from former coalition partners Five Star Movement and from the opposition rejected the motion. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Italian Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the League party Matteo Salvini gestures as he delivers a speech at the upper house, during a debate on a possible no-confidence vote in the government, in Rome's Palazzo Madama on August 13, 2019. - The Italian Senate on August 13, 2019 rejected a call by far-right leader Matteo Salvini for a swift no-confidence vote, deciding instead for Prime Minister to address the crisis on August 20. Interior Minister's anti-migrant League had sought the vote after he pulled the plug on the coalition last week, but a majority of senators from former coalition partners Five Star Movement and from the opposition rejected the motion. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

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Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini is surrounded by media as he makes a statement at the end of a meeting with League parliamentarians in Rome, late Monday, Aug. 12, 2019. The Italian Senate will return Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019, from its summer vacation to set a crucial date for a no-confidence vote on Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's populist government after Salvini declared last week that his right-wing League party no longer supports Conte and is pressing for a no-confidence vote in the next few days. (Giuseppe Lami/ANSA via AP)