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Salvini, a right-wing populist leader and the deputy prime minister of Italy, faced a motion of no confidence from the opposition in the Chamber of Deputies. However, he received overwhelming support from his coalition of three center-right parties during a session in Rome. With 209 MPs voting against the motion, Salvini retains his position as transport minister and deputy head of government under Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni.

Salvini has gained notoriety for his strict measures against boat refugees and rescue organizations during his previous role as interior minister. His recent statements regarding Russia have sparked criticism at home, with some interpreting them as aligning closely with Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin. Salvini has also faced scrutiny for his past connections with Putin.

Despite this criticism, Salvini has maintained strong popularity among Italian voters and is seen as a key figure in Italian politics. The Lega distanced itself from a 2017 agreement with the Kremlin’s United Russia party leading up to the vote of no confidence. Criticism of Salvini within the Lega itself has also emerged, but he remains popular among many Italians and is expected to play a significant role in upcoming elections.

In addition to facing criticism at home, Salvini has also faced scrutiny from international leaders and organizations for his stance on immigration and ties to Russia. Despite this, he remains committed to his policies and continues to advocate for a more restrictive approach to immigration and closer ties with Moscow.

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