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World Malta: Climate for murderers

22:51  30 july  2021
22:51  30 july  2021 Source:   sueddeutsche.de

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Climate for murderer

The assassination of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has shocked the world - a committee of inquiry is now heavily burdens the Maltese state.

Der Tod von Daphne Caruana Galizia im Jahr 2017 löste nicht nur in Malta, sondern weltweit Trauer und Bestürzung aus. Sie war 53 Jahre alt, als sie ermordet wurde. © Matthew Mirabelli / AFP The death of Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017 not only triggered in Malta, but worldwide grief and dismay. She was 53 years old when she was murdered.

It is a late and sad insight. But at least, she is now black on white in a report of 437 pages. In Malta, a public inquiry committee concludes that the Maltese state is co-responsible for the death of the investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia - and that he failed. "It would have been obviously necessary to protect Daphne Caruana Galizia, especially after the publication of the Panama Papers. But the police chief, security services and other state authorities, this obviousness obviously did not open."

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Caruana Galizia was 53 years old when a long-term bomb blasted her car on 16 October 2017 in Bidnija and killed her. She had just put the last post in her popular blog "Running Commentary". It was about corruption in the government. "Daphne", as they all called, was a constant mandrel in the shoe of the mighty. She had hardly attacked Keith Schembri, the then Cabinet Chief of the Maltese Prime Minister: a "liars" she called him, whom everyone thinks fools. Schembri and Energy Minister Konrad Mizzi had opened offshore accounts in tax paradises, barely they had come to power. "Rogue where to look. It's desperate." So the last entry ended.

Her death draws the younger history of the country like no other incident - and he shocked the world. Until then, Malta had commonly the image of a cute, dreamy island in the Mediterranean.

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For two years, three well-known judges have explored the background of the murder, as the family and the European Union had demanded. 120 witnesses they listened to this, many prominent personalities were there. For example, the former Premier Joseph Muscat from the Labor Party. Muscat was resigned in 2019 because of the turmoil for the workup of the murder. In order to understand the reconnaissance role of Caruana Galizia in Malta, a quote of Muscats from 2013 is repetent again and again. "She's the only opposition in this country," he said, he had just won the elections - a young premier with a liberal and business-friendly course. The report states that Muscats government stood unauthorized to the "Big Business". And you have generally and "at the highest level" for a "climate of impunity".

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in this climate seemed obviously the murderers protected. One of three men who are eliminated the execution of the murder has declared guilty and now sits a 15-year prison sentence. Two more are still waiting for the verdict. But who were the true wire drawers, the clients in the background?

Malta's official Premier Robert Abela, like Muscat of the Labor Party, apologize now on behalf of the country at Daphnes family, with her husband and her three sons, all fighting for the mother's legacy. He spoke of "mistakes" committed by a "dark chapter" in the story of Malta. The report is "a step in the healing process". He concluded new elections, in his government, no people who have played a role in the investigation.

also Daphnes family speaks of the hope for a new beginning. "Do these findings mean that the rule of law is restored in Malta," she writes in a statement.

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