Rome elects first female mayor

The anti-establishment Five Star party has won mayoral elections in Rome and Turin, with lawyer Virginia Raggi becoming Rome’s first female mayor – and Five Star candidate Chiara Appendino winning the mayoral election in Turin.

Comedian Beppe Grillo founded Five Star in 2009 to tackle corruption – read more at BBC News Europe.


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