The new Danish Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, is back in office after 4 years with our first female Prime Minister, Mrs. Helle Thorning-Schmidt. One of the first things the new government has done was to shut down the Iraq commission.
People are in great disbelief. The government party claims all has been learned from going into both Iraq and Afghanistan, and consequently, they see no reason to investigate things any further.
Even the US learned many new things, including the fact that they were too quick to approve Bush's claims that Iraq was in possession of WMDs. Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who later became Secretary General of NATO and former Defense Minister, Søren Gade, were bound to bring witness for the commission before it was shut down.
What are they trying to hide, is the question people ask themselves...