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Great line of women in power


ROME made history a few days ago when, in its nearly 3000-year existence, it elected its first female mayor.

Virginia Raggi, a 37-year-old lawyer, convincingly won the contest, pledging the start of a “new era” of transparency and legality; strict probes and tougher penalties on corruption, white-collar crime and city-contract scandals; and introducing much-needed universal income support.

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