The Italian lower house Chamber of Deputies approved the Cabinet, which has already been sworn in by President Mattarella. Prime Minister Conte promised a stronger pro-EU focus and less bickering.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte set out a more pro-EU agenda for his second Cabinet on Monday, something that would not have been possible during its previous coalition with the far-right.
Conte promised a "rigorous and responsible" approach to governing, hoping to assuage Italians used to years of political upheaval one that would be "pursued within, and not outside the perimeter of the European Union."
"We cannot in the coming months waste our time with disputes and clashes," Conte told parliament. "We must be sober in our words and active in our deeds."
The League ended its first run at the top of Italian government in August, when Salvini unsuccessfully tried to engineer a no-confidence vote in Conte and trigger fresh elections that he hoped would work out in his favor, as the League remains the most popular single party in the country.