Even Opposition leader Adrian Delia has commented about the public inquiry, stating that he would be convening the parliamentary group within the coming days to discuss the setting up of the inquiry. Dr Delia added that he wanted that final comfort brought about by this inquiry would lead to the full truth, including about who ordered the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia, and whether Government could have prevented the crime. Dr Delia further stated that it should also become known whether Government had acted on available information, whether it had an obligation to provide protection, and whether this had been given.
Interviewed on NET FM, Dr Delia asked the Prime Minister to meet with the family of Daphne Caruana Galizia in order for certainty to be given that the inquiry would be carried out in an autonomous and independent manner.
The Nationalist leader reiterated that the public inquiry should have been carried out a long time ago, adding that Government had set it up two years after the murder as it had no other option.
UPDATED: Caruana Galizia family requests meeting with PM on public inquiry