“Five Star Movement” in Rome


Virginia Raggi’s election as Mayor of the eternal city marks the first time in its 2,800-year-old history Rome will have a female mayor. Having run on a platform focused on cleaning up scandal-plagued city hall, she also plans to expand the city’s public transport system and add more bike lanes. Her plans for stewardship of Rome’s ancient ruins are not yet know.

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Rome elects first female mayor in 2800 years

By Rose Donohoe

The New Daily

June 25, 2016

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