The family of the murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia will call for a public inquiry into her death.
The investigative journalist, who spent 30 years working to uncover high-level corruption, was killed by suspected contract killers in a car bomb attack near her home in Bidnija, Malta, in October.
Pressure has grown on the government since her death. She had been reporting on financial scandals on the island and is thought to have been researching details in the Panama Papers about offshore tax havens. The police investigation is continuing but there have been regular protests calling for a broader public inquiry.
Paul Caruana Galizia, Ms Caruana Galizia’s son, said that an inquiry was the only way to establish why his mother was murdered and…