Serhat TUNAR -TDO- The investigation into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia in Malta continues. Keith Schembri, who was named in the investigation and served as the special pen director for Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, who tendered his resignation a few days ago, has been arrested.
Citing Reuters ' judicial sources, the report shared with its readers said Schembri was being questioned by police.
Businessman Yorgen Fenech, who was previously detained as part of the investigation into Galizia's murder, and Melvin Theuma, who has been charged with mediating the murder, is also alleged to have had an affair with Keith Schembri.
The debate over the murder investigation has become the main topic of the country's agenda. As is known, Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi resigned following the start of the investigation, and Economy Minister Chris Cardona reported that he had suspended his post.
Political parties in Parliament are calling for Prime Minister Muscat to step down. Political parties have reiterated their call for early elections, while human rights organizations are calling for Muscat to step down.