Many policemen could not help expressing their joy over the news that the bureaucrat Dan Eliasson was forced to leave the post as Swedish National Police Commissioner. In a police group on Facebook, pictures show how policemen celebrate the resignation with cake, writes Aftonbladet.
Two years ago, Dan Eliasson promised that the police under his control would take back the so-called vulnerable areas (Muslim no-go zones) in Sweden, but he later acknowledged that he had failed.
In recent years, Dan Eliasson has received very hard internal criticism for the way he has handled his job as chief of the authority, and many have also reacted to his utterly stupid comments in the media.
When 22-year-old Alexandra Mezher was killed a year ago by an adult African refugee child, Dan Eliasson went to SVT and expressed sympathy for the murderer.
- What has that person been through? What circumstances did he grow up in? What's the trauma he's carrying? asked the policeman.
On Wednesday, the message came that the government has sacked Dan Eliasson ahead of the general elections in November.
But it's not that easy to get rid of the top bureaucrats. Instead of being forced to stand in line at the unemployment office, Dan Eliasson immediately receives a new top job by the government - this time as Director of the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, MSB, believe it or not.
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