Photo by IBL/REX/Shutterstock: Margaret Atwood in Stockholm, Sweden – 03 Jun 2015

I wonder if Kurt Farrugia gets the time today to google who Margaret Atwood is in the midst of seeing the worldwide press coverage of yesterday’s events marking a year since the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia and the government’s cover-up of what really happened that day.

Margaret Atwood wrote a piece on The Guardian on behalf of PEN International who are also here as part of a free speech delegation and addressed yesterday’s March for Truth and Justice.

And she made a stark and apparently simple point: “Daphne Caruana Galizia reported on government corruption, but no politician has been questioned about her murder”. There’s no simpler way to understand that these so-called investigations are uninterested in uncovering the truth.

Here’s a link to her piece.