[JURIST] A Spanish parliamentary commission investigating the Madrid train bombings from last March has completed its hearings and will now draft a final report on its findings. The hearings, which were aimed at determining how Islamic radicals were able to bomb several train cars and kill 191 people, often involved divisive political debates between the Conservative government, which was displaced from power in elections three days after the bombings. Many Spanish citizens have expressed doubts as to whether the commission will fully determine the truth of the what happened and who was at fault. From Spain, El Mundo has local coverage (in Spanish). BBC News has more.