Rome elects its first female mayor

Virginia Raggi, a 37-year old lawyer, has become the first female mayor of Rome after an election that delivered a resounding victory to the populist Five Star Movement and a blow to Italy's centre-left prime minister Matteo Renzi. Joshua Chaffin discusses what the result means for Rome and for the Renzi government with FT correspondent Rachel Sanderson.

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