Rome, final acquittal for Raggi: no appeal to the Supreme Court

The acquittal of the mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi becomes final after the general prosecutor did not appeal to the Supreme Court. On December 19, the second section of the Court of Appeal of Rome acquitted the mayor of the accusation of forgery in relation to the appointment (later withdrawn) in the autumn of 2016 of Renato Marra as head of the Campidoglio Tourism Department. A sentence that confirmed the first instance verdict of November 10, 2018 when the single judge acquitted Raggi of the accusation of forgery with the formula “because the fact does not constitute a crime”.

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