Well, there is no county on earth where opposition parties are held more accountable than the government. It is especially true in case of democracies. It is the actions of the government that count, no matter how audaciously opposition disrupting the proceedings or discrediting government. For governance is in government's hands. Dr. Singh refused to allow the Law Minister to resign, but continues to blame the opposition for disrupting parliament over this issue. Rather he should have taken every precaution to not let his party reduce to a joke. The CBI has told the SC that the Law Minister and the PMO had a brief analysis over report on the coal scam and suggested some changes -- something the court specifically forbade. It appears that the PM was nervous about how his role in the coal blocks allocation scam will be seen by the courts and the world and weather he will be able to save his party image.