The commission's report on how the government dealt with the tsunami seems to be good, it penetrates the subject and tell us who did the mistakes. The Prime Minister has taken the blame and apologised for these mistakes. The government seems to learn from the mistakes made.
With all this, the case could be closed. Instead, the right wing opposition tries to make party politics of this disaster. Speculations are heard on whether they will ask for the government to resign - almost one year after the tsunami! This is surely a floodwave in a waterglass.
In January, we spent weeks discussing the government's failures. The opposition didn't rise the question in parliament on the government's resignation then, and they won't do it now either. They know that most European governments had problems with dealing with a catastrophy of this size, and they know that most voters would see a call for Perssons's resignation now as quite ridiculous.
What the opposition want, is to recall the voters' memories from last winter, when their position in the polls were much better. I can't blame them, as I know that whenever we discuss policy they lose.