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Mussolini’s granddaughter wins second term in Rome municipal vote

A granddaughter of Italian fascist leader Benito Mussolini has won a second term as a city councillor in Rome with a much increased majority and said her success was down to her hard work, not to her family history. Standing for the far-right Brothers of Italy party, Rachele Mussolini won more than 8,200 votes in the Oct. 3-4 municipal election, more than any other candidate and far more than the 657 votes she received in the previous ballot, in 2016. She is the daughter of jazz musician Romano Mussolini, the son of the fascist dictator who ruled Italy from 1922 to 1943.