Tag: Daphne Caruana Galizia
Various press freedom organisations and two European politicians have released a statement to mark the 1,000th day since investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered. In their separate statements they noted, that to date justice has not been served.
Former Economic Crimes Unit Head, Assistant Police Commissioner Ian Abdilla, will continue testifying on Friday morning during the public inquiry into the assassination of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Son of slain journalist has dismissed calls for Yorgen Fenech to be given pardon.
The discussion will take place during 103’s flagship discussion programme Newsbook Hour on Saturday at 9:00am. The discussion will be also be LIVE on Newsbook.com.mt
Prime Minister Abela said that he would not know what the pair would have discussed then. He added that Muscat took the wrong decisions at the time, explaining that both disgraced then-minister Konrad Mizzi and Schembri should have been removed the moment their names surfaced in the Panama Papers.
A timestamp on a video footage of then Prime Minister Joseph Muscat shows that at the time Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated, Muscat was in Sliema fielding questions from the press.
Many – including her own family – are suggesting that Daphne Caruana Galizia would still be alive had the Labour Party acted to expel disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi four years ago, instead of this week.
Opposition Leader and Partit Nazzjonalista Leader Adrian Delia said that all contracts which were signed by disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi should be investigated.
The removal of Assistant Police Commissioner Ian Abdilla as head of the Economic Crimes Unit has cleared the path for the police to investigating financial crime and bring charges against disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi, former OPM Chief of Staff Keith Schembri and murder suspect Yorgen Fenech, among many others, the Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation said on Tuesday evening.
Today’s revelations that Yorgen Fenech – who stands accused of ordering the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia – made millions off an Enemalta deal in Montenegro through his secret company emphasised the need for a Europol Joint Investigation Team, according to the late journalist’s family.