Italy: Anti-establishment movement conquered Rome and Turin

On Sunday, Virginia Raggi (in the picture) was elected as the Italian capital‘s first female mayor, sweeping into city hall on the ticket of Eurosceptic and antiestablishment Five Star movement (M5S) with the backing of two-thirds of voters.

Also in the city of Turin, 5 Star Movement candidate Chiara Appendino has been elected mayor winning against PD (Renzi’s party).

In Milan, Giuseppe Sala, Renzi’s candidate, won against centre-right candidate Parisi while in Trieste, Roberto Dipiazza (centre-right coalition) took over the city from previous centre left administration of Roberto Cosolini.

(Corriere della Sera, Repubblica)