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Rome, January 28 - Democratic Party (PD) MP and Lower House Deputy Speaker Roberto Giachetti, who plans to stand in his party's primary elections for Rome mayoral candidate, said if he became mayor he would bolster police presence on the streets of the capital. Giachetti said he would try to convince the government that a strengthening of police forces for Pope Francis' special Jubilee holy year should be made permanent. He said he would also reorganise the city's traffic wardens. "We need to ensure that people start to notice the presence of the state through the police forces," he said. Rome is currently being run by an extraordinary commissioner, Francesco Paolo Tronca, after former PD Mayor Ignazio Marino was forced out last year following an expenses scandal. Giachetti will stand off against three other candidates in PD primaries February 7 ahead of the elections, expected in mid-June. Commenting on the recent furore sparked by the Capitoline museum's decisions to cover nude statues during the Iranian president's visit, Giachetti said he would tell any visitor that if they want to see Rome's art they have to see it in the way Rome displays it. Giachetti said he expected other candidates would come forward to stand in the primaries and he was happy that they would boost "an important democratic game". However he said that the separate candidature of Stefano Fassina, who left the PD to form Sinistra Italiana (SI) last year, and that of former Rome mayor Ignazio Marino would be good "for anyone who wants the centre-left to lose".

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