Repubblika reacts to announcement of Daphne inquiry

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2019-11-15T13:33:59+01:00Fri, 15th Nov '19, 13:33|

Statement by Repubblika: Repubblika notes and welcomes the fact that the government has at last agreed to the opening of an independent inquiry about the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia. But this is nowhere near the arrival on the road to justice. To begin with what Daphne revealed in her journalism – that brought about [...]

Reforms needed to ensure blue fin tuna sustainability in the Med. – report

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2019-11-15T12:32:20+01:00Fri, 15th Nov '19, 12:32|

An expert report commissioned by international wildlife NGO WWF estimates that weak regulatory checks are allowing illegal fishing of blue fin tuna to exceed maximum yearly quotas by 50%. Quotas were introduced by international agreement around 10 years ago after blue fin tuna stocks shrunk dangerously with the rising popularity of sashimi-grade fish. Demand for [...]

UPDATED: Government announces agreement with Caruana Galizia family for an independent inquiry into Daphne assassination

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2019-11-18T14:10:33+01:00Fri, 15th Nov '19, 11:12|

Updated 13:29 Adds Caruana Galizia's family's reaction. Professor Ian Refalo and Commissioner Anthony Abela Medici have been removed from the inquiry into the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia after their conflicts of interests were widely deemed to make them unsuitable for the job. The inquiry board will be chaired by Judge Michael Mallia (the original [...]

‘People, it is our time. Again.’

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2019-11-15T08:22:18+01:00Fri, 15th Nov '19, 08:22|

Please go to the Times of Malta website to read this piece by Repubblika's Alessandra Dee Crespo. If you're reading this you probably don't need convincing to join us tomorrow. But if you're trying to persuade someone else, this will come in handy. Meantime, here's a taste: "The fight for truth and justice is not [...]