Will Maltese PM’s pledge to resign stem anger over corruption? | Europe
Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has stated he’ll resign amid intense public stress over the homicide of an investigative journalist.
Yorgen Fenech, considered one of Malta’s richest males with shut hyperlinks with the federal government, was charged final week with complicity within the homicide.
Joseph Muscat’s announcement that he would stop adopted the resignations of his chief of employees and tourism minister, who’ve been implicated within the scandal.
Will this be sufficient to stem public anger on the case?
And can these liable for Caruana Galizia’s loss of life face justice?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Andrew Caruana Galizia – Daphne Caruana Galizia’s son
Rebecca Vincent – UK bureau director of Reporters With out Borders
Herman Grech – Editor-in-chief of the Instances of Malta newspaper
Supply: Al Jazeera Information