The Malta Independent 19 September 2020, Saturday

'Who killed Daphne' projected on facade of Castille - Il-Kenniesa; V18 chief slams initiative

Joanna Demarco Thursday, 1 February 2018, 19:33 Last update: about 4 years ago

Pressure group Il-Kenniesa Tal-Kabinett this evening projected the words 'House of Impunity' and 'Who Killed Daphne' onto the facade of Castille, the Office of Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.

The stunt lasted for about fifteen minutes and a small group of activists stopped it out of their own accord.

When asked, the intentions behind the stunt, the activists said it was organised "to send a message that we are still waiting for an answer, and to make a point that there is no accountability in Castille."


Leader of the Partit Demokratiku Anthony Buttigieg was present together with other members of the party. Speaking to local press, Buttigieg said that they were here as citizens however do not wish to politicise it.

Reacting on Facebook, V18 chief Jason Micallef said that "democracy is being abused". Public monuments are "under attack" via "illegal behaviour of a few dozen.. who think they can humiliate the people". He said that lack of action on the government's part is a sign of weakness.

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