October 03, 2018
NEW YORK - The Committee to Protect Journalists will join a group of international press freedom and freedom of expression organizations from October 15-17 on a mission to Malta.
The group will support local civil society actions marking the one-year anniversary of the death of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, and conduct fact-finding into the case and broader press freedom issues in the country.
The group has requested meetings with government officials, including Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, as well as a wide range of civil society stakeholders.
The mission will publish a joint statement of findings on the conclusion, to be presented in a press conference on October 17.
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