‘Repubblika’ wants to attend Parliament when it discusses public inquiry report into Caruana Galizia murder

The activist group Repubblika said it wants to attend Parliament for the dissuasion on the public inquiry report into the murder of  Daphne Caruana Galizia.

In a statement, Repubblika alleged that the Government had tried to prevent the inquiry from being held. It said it would be analysing the report and is asking to attend the Parliamentary discussion.

This morning, the PM Robert Abela announced that he had received the report and would be publishing it today. He also asked  the Speaker Anglu Farrugia to convene Parliament tomorrow to discuss the inquiry which was led by Judge Emeritus Mallia. The inquiry was supposed to have been concluded within nine months, however the board had requested an extension until all the witnesses were heard and for the report to be finalised.

PM to publish public inquiry about murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia today