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Malta high net worth most business men accused of involvement in journalist's murder

the well Known maltese businessman Yorgi Fenechin accused of involvement in the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizian murder. Malta's wealthy most of the businessman has denied the charges.

the corruption of the examined Galizia was murdered in a car bomb attack in the year 2017.

for a Long time has been stuck murder investigation progress last week, when the police catch up Fenechin. The case has caused a political crisis in malta the prime minister of Joseph Muscat the government, which has resigned within a short time the two ministers, as well as Muscat's chief of staff.

authorities according to sources, the prime minister is expected to tell the difference between his Saturday or Sunday.

the Maltese media reported earlier that Muscat would announce his resignation in the event that Fenechin is brought against the murder charges.

the 38-year-old Fenech was taken on Saturday the Valletta courthouse heavily armed police escort. Police sources Fenechin considered murder as a designer. He was transferred to wait for trial in jail. In addition, Fenechin accounts have been frozen, writes the Malta Independent. (you move to another service)

Fenech was arrested on November 20. the day after, when the money laundering of the male suspect revealed to the police the information fenechin from. Man told to be his go-between Galizian targeted in a murder plot and report data in order to obtain a pardon. The maltese government also granted pardon to a man. Also, Fenech tried to get early your contract by telling the police information about the prime minister's chief of staff. Fenech does not, however, received immunity from prosecution to disclose with the information. Since then, his work left the chief of staff had this past week also police questioning, but released him later.

see also:

the Times of Malta: Malta's prime minister Muscat differs – the background of the journalist murders that followed the political and legal crisis

editor's murder shakes the Maltese government – the prime minister's chief of staff and economy minister, broke

Source: Reuters

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