Rome, November 28 - The National Anti-Corruption Authority (ANAC) is assessing the administration of Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi's appointments of Raffaele Marra and his brother Renato Marra to key city posts. Raggi initially named her right-hand man Raffaele Marra, a former aide to ex-rightwing mayor Gianni Alemanno, as deputy cabinet chief but moved him to personnel after protests over his Alemanno connection. His brother Renato Marra, who was in the city police department, was then named to head up a new tourism office set up by the Raggi administration. Raggi is Rome's first female mayor from the populist 5-Star Movement (M5S), and campaigned on an anti-corruption, anti-establishment platform.
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