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Rome: What's at stake in Italian capital's mayoral vote?

Rome is holding a run-off election on Sunday to choose a new mayor, which could result in a woman in the role for the first time.

The Italian capital has been in limbo since the resignation of its previous mayor in October last year, amid a scandal that revealed corruption at all levels of the city's administration.

BBC News examines what is at stake in this election.

  • 19 Jun 2016
  • From the section Europe
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