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June 11, 1992 | Associated Press
Mayor Franco Carraro resigned Wednesday, calling for a shake-up at the top levels of Rome's city government. Later in the day, Italian news agencies reported that Carraro was questioned by a prosecutor investigating a financial scandal. But Carraro, who has not been charged, said the investigation had nothing to do with his resignation. Carraro, a Socialist, was elected mayor by the City Council in December, 1989. He previously was president of the Italian Olympic Committee.
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June 11, 1992 | Associated Press
Mayor Franco Carraro resigned Wednesday, calling for a shake-up at the top levels of Rome's city government. Later in the day, Italian news agencies reported that Carraro was questioned by a prosecutor investigating a financial scandal. But Carraro, who has not been charged, said the investigation had nothing to do with his resignation. Carraro, a Socialist, was elected mayor by the City Council in December, 1989. He previously was president of the Italian Olympic Committee.
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