We still need to learn who was arrested and which part each one of them played in the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
We still need to learn if the police feel confident enough to arraign some or all of them.
We still need to learn what else they are suspected of and what they’ll be accused of.
We still need to learn if anyone of them has snitched on the others. We still need to know how they will plead.
We still need to know if the executors, the procurers, the planners and the financiers of the killing are among the people who are ultimately arraigned.
We still need to know if the magisterial inquiry will stop altogether the moment the first one of the 10 is arraigned.
We still need to know if the police are satisfied they have the entire picture or they still have leads to pursue.
We still need to see if the institutions will function as they should independently of the government.
We still need to see that the commissioning of the crime is not covered up no matter who is suspected to have been behind it.
We still need to understand the possible motive.
Yes, Mr Prime Minister, you are right. We must wait.
And we must watch.