Radio Australia reports that the Commission of Inquiry report into the 2006 riots will finally be tabled in parliament this week.
If so, it will be around 3 years to the day, from the 5 April 2006 elections that elected the current house into parliament.
The report is a long time coming, it being handed to PM Sikua almost a year ago on 25 April 2008.
It has had a convoluted history, igniting international controversy that eventually led to the downfall of Moti and the Sogovare government. This all comes only 1 week after the first appointed chair of the Commission, the judge Marcus Einfeld, was sentenced to 2 years for perjury about a speeding offence.
It may turn out that Chinatown was only the first thing destroyed by the riots on 18 April 2006.