OSLO (AFP) - An independent commission tasked with drawing conclusions about the handling of the twin Norway attacks in July 2011 sharply criticised the police efforts, saying the bombing in Oslo could have been prevented. “The attack on the government complex on 22 July could have been prevented through effective implementation of already adopted security measures,” the commission said in the report submitted to Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, adding: “The perpetrator could have been stopped earlier on 22 July.” Police took an “unacceptable” 35 minutes to get to the island, it says. A verdict in Breivik’s trial is due on 24 August.