The government of Malta has pledged €1 million for information about the killers of investigative journalist

The government of Malta has pledged €1 million for information that helps identify those responsible for the deaths of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galicia. A statement published on its website.

«This case is of extreme importance, it requires emergency measures, justice should be restored, regardless of the cost,» – said in a statement.

The government has promised to provide full protection at all stages of the investigation to those who will provide information about the murder of the journalist.

It is noted that information can be provided confidentially. In this case, the rewards will pay, if the data is confirmed.

53-year-old Galicia 16 Oct left home in the village Bidnija and a few seconds later the explosion occurred.

The journalist was known for its publications on the topic of «Panama archive». In 2016, she accused Prime Minister Joseph Muscat that he and his wife used offshore Bank accounts to conceal the payments from companies associated with the family of President Ilham Aliyev.

After news of the death of the popular journalist, hundreds of people took to the streets of the town with candles in memory of the dead.

The representative of the office of the Prime Minister of the country said that an explosive device caused the death of Galicia, pinned under her car and brought in the action remotely, using a mobile phone.




The government of Malta has pledged €1 million for information about the killers of investigative journalist 22.10.2017

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