‘PM, keep your distance’ warn Caruana Galizia family

Miguela Xuereb

Tista' taqra bil- Malti.

The family of assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia warned the Prime Minister that he has no place anywhere near the current clamorous investigation “…and we trust that he will now distance himself from it”.

The family said that the arrest of Yorgen Fenech “is an important and overdue development in the investigation into our wife and mother’s assassination”.

The family observed that as investigators now turn to “Fenech’s corrupt links with the Maltese Prime Minister’s chief of staff Keith Schembri and cabinet minister Konrad Mizzi, we are dismayed to see the Prime Minister putting himself at the centre of the investigation”

The Prime Minister was reminded that the assassination investigation implicates his own office and his closest officials and as such he had no place anywhere near the investigation

“We are prepared to use all legal means at our disposal to ensure that the investigation is independent and impartial and that it runs its full course. Too many people have worked too hard for too long for justice. The Prime Minister should not derail, in one final attempt, full justice for our wife and mother” concluded the family.

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