Malta government bears responsibility for journalist’s murder, inquiry finds

Malta government bears responsibility for journalist’s murder, inquiry finds



An independent inquiry in Malta into the car bomb murder of the anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has found the state had to bear responsibility after creating a “culture of impunity”.


Daphne Anne Caruana Galizia, a popular Maltese writer, journalist, blogger, and anti-corruption activist, was killed in a massive explosion as she drove out of her home on 16 October 2017.







According to UK Guardian, prosecutors believe the businessman Yorgen Fenech, who had close ties with senior government officials, masterminded the murder. Fenech, who is awaiting trial for the murder, denies all responsibility.

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