The Malta Independent 3 December 2021, Friday

Daphne inquiry: PN urges bi-partisan effort for ‘quick’ execution of judges’ proposals

Wednesday, 28 July 2021, 08:03 Last update: about 5 months ago

The Nationalist Party has formally extended an invitation to the government to set up a bi-partisan effort to enact the recommendations of the public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, once they are known.

This was said by Opposition Leader Bernard Grech in an opinion article he penned appearing on the back page of this newspaper.

The inquiry report was recently drafted, but has not yet been made public. In preparation for the publication, the PN reached out to the government.

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Grech said that the opposition’s “response to this inquiry will be to work as hard as we possibly can to enact the inquiry’s recommendations in the quickest time frame. We have already formally extended an invitation to the government to set up a bi-partisan effort to draft the necessary legislation. We are committed to bringing this process to the conclusion it deserves. We owe it to Daphne Caruana Galizia and we owe it to her family. We also owe it to ourselves, as self-respecting citizens, who should no longer be forced to take action by foreign institutions. We owe it to our country and our children.”

Read the full article here

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