A timer showing the days, hours, minutes and seconds since Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated has been projected on the Maltese Parliament House while Members of Parliament discuss the rule of law inside.
A photo of the timer was shared by Civil Society Network, who explained that the initiative was in collaboration with #OccupyJustice.
The message reads, “Since Daphne’s brutal murder on the 16th of October 2017 at 15:00, the Police Commissioner and the Attorney General have not resigned, nor have they been replaced by substitutes elected by two thirds of Parliament, as was requested by Civil Society Network. The people are waiting.”
Last week, a website was launched with the timer, continuing to pile on the pressure on Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to sack the Police Commissioner and Attorney General.
The projection will be left there until the MPs come out at around 9:30pm. Before, there was a mini protest outside Parliament, with people shouting, “Justice for Daphne” while MPs walked in.
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and Opposition Leader Adrian Delia somehow managed to avoid the protests.