“Dear Mayor Raggi, two months after my mother’s death, the urn with its ashes lies in an overcrowded deposit with no possibility of withdrawing it or giving it burial. Between a rally and a sinking road would you have the kindness to provide?”. Thus, on Facebook, the journalist Pierluigi Battista addressing the mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi. Just a month ago, a similar case was raised by the deputy of the Democratic Party Andrea Romano, who, two months after his death, had not yet been able to bury his son Dario, disabled from birth and who died in Rome on February 22 of sudden cardiac arrest. . After a two-month wait for cremation, the urn was still waiting to be buried two months later. After the storm on the mayor and Ama, Raggi had intervened offering his apologies and announcing that he had summoned the company to understand what had happened.