Malta PM demands inquiry after Reuters/Times of Malta report

A protester holds a picture of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia during a demonstration to demand justice over her murder, outside the Office of the Prime Minister at Auberge de Castle, in Valletta, Malta

Malta’s prime minister called for an investigation after Reuters reported on Friday that a company owned by the man charged with ordering the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana made a profit when the state energy company, Enemalta, bought a wind farm in Montenegro.

“If what is reported is true, I am disgusted. Malta’s law enforcement officers must investigate anyone connected,” Robert Abela told reporters when asked to comment on the report by Reuters and the Times of Malta.

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