Giulia Bongiorno appeared Thursday in Rome to announce her candidacy alongside League leader Matteo Salvini, indicating that she wanted to work on justice reform. Bongiorno successfully defended former Premier Giulio Andreotti from mafia charges and Raffaele Sollecito, the ex-boyfriend of American Amanda Knox, on murder charges.
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