Chris Said filed a motion in Parliament that asks the prime minister to set up a three-judge inquiry into the corruption and impropriety allegations made by Daphne Caruana Galizia (without exception). The three retired judges would be chosen by a two-thirds parliamentary majority and would be given the resources and the power to investigate and recommend actions freely.

Motion 071 (1)

There’s a way this country can honour Daphne Caruana Galizia: the investigative work she did alone, without funding and without legal powers to enforce, in the face of slander and hate, is taken up by men and women of integrity chosen by wide consensus and empowered to force answers to the many un-replied questions Daphne Caruana Galizia asked.

This would be the time for independent judges to get us the answers we need on Joseph Muscat, Michelle Muscat, Keith Schembri, Konrad Mizzi, Chris Cardona, Kurt Farrugia, Michael Falzon, Manwel Mallia, Neville Gafa’, Lawrence Cutajar, Peter Grech, Silvio Valletta, John Dalli, Jimmy Magro, Evarist Bartolo, Adrian Delia, Adrian Hillman, Consuelo Scerri Herrera, Cyrus Engerer, Robert Musumeci, Lindsey Gambin, Jose Herrera, Brian Tonna, Kurt Cini, Sai Mizzi, Owen Bonnici, Christian Kalin, and on and on and on.