Sverigedemokraternas party chairman, Jimmie Åkesson, looks like that statsepidemiolog Anders Tegnell takes responsibility 'for the fejlbeslutninger, which is taken', and leaves his job.
It writes Åkesson in an opinion piece in the newspaper Dagens Nyheter on Saturday.
Tegnell has the responsibility for the Swedish strategy during the coronaudbruddet.
But according to Sverigedemokraternas leader is the country's coronastrategi based on loosely-based assumptions and have failed.
- Our older people have clearly not got the protection and support they quite rightly expect, writes Jimmie Åkesson.
He lists the earlier opinions of the Tegnell and other representatives of the Swedish national board of health, Folkhälsomyndigheten, which he describes as 'grossly erroneous'.
Why should Tegnell and other responsible go of, consider the politician.
Jimmie Åkesson also criticizes the socialist government for 'weak political leadership'. He demands that the government now takes greater responsibility for the development.
Sweden has since coronaudbruddets beginning of the year registered a total of 4656 deaths among those infected.
Denmark, which has well over half as many inhabitants as Sweden, have 587 dead.
as the death toll increased, the swedes doubt on the approach also increased. Earlier in the week showed a poll that the swedes have diminishing confidence that the government and Folkhälsomyndigheten can handle the outbreak.
In april had 63 percent of swedes trust the government's course of action in coronaudbruddet. The figures are in June dropped to 45 percent, shows a measurement from the tv-station SVT.
And where 73 percent in april said they had confidence in Folkhälsomyndighetens ability to handle the outbreak, it is in June, 65 percent.
on Wednesday acknowledged Anders Tegnell in an interview, that Sweden should have taken more precautions against the new coronavirus from the beginning.
- Should we get to encounter the same disease with the knowledge that we have today, I think, that we would have done a mix of it, as Sweden has done, and that, as the rest of the world have done, says the Tegnell to nyhedsprogrammet Ekot at Sveriges Radio.
Sverigedemokraterna has support from about 19 percent of the voters, shows polls.
Thus it indvandringskritiske party just as large as the civil party Moderaterna, but is a good piece for the socialist ruling party.
the social democrats with just over 30 percent support remains Sweden's largest party.