The Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat, who resigned after the murder of the journalist, said he was not going to leave immediately. About it reports RBC-Ukraine with reference to Reuters.
It is noted that Muscat asked his ruling labour party to begin the process next month to select a new leader of the country.
“In a televised address on Sunday evening, Muscat said he was not going to leave immediately, and announced the process to replace him, which will begin on January 12,” the message reads.
This caused criticism from some opponents who said he should leave right now.