Repubblika tells PL: Fire Joseph Muscat, drop politicians named by inquiry.

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2021-07-31T11:44:26+02:00Sat, 31st Jul '21, 11:44|

Robert Aquilina is seen here walking back out of the Labour Party headquarters where he delivered a letter to the party’s President demanding Joseph Muscat is fired from the party and politicians identified by the inquiry for responsibility for the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia to be withdrawn from politics altogether. If looks could kill, [...]

Just read it man

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2021-07-31T11:09:36+02:00Sat, 31st Jul '21, 11:09|

Adrian Delia couldn't be arsed to read the Daphne Caruana Galizia inquiry report. There are a few references to him that should disqualify him from public life. But that's a discussion for another time. As ever he reacts to bad news with hysterical accusations of having been lied about. The report is public so there [...]

This is not just a silly meme

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2021-07-31T07:33:51+02:00Sat, 31st Jul '21, 07:33|

Edward Zammit Lewis has become an easy target, not that he was a tough one, to begin with, of endless jokes at his expense. Jason Azzopardi had already hinted some time ago that one government Minister had confided in Yorgen Fenech, the man accused of killing a journalist, that he thought his own supporters were [...]

Daphne inquiry explains why she should have been protected

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2021-07-31T07:08:17+02:00Sat, 31st Jul '21, 07:08|

The Daphne Caruana Galizia inquiry expresses its frustration that too often public officials missed what should have been obvious to them. If they hadn’t done so, this would be a very different country and Daphne would still be alive. The inquiry report points its fingers at the chief of police and the chief of the [...]

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