Debate continues over how the Meron tragedy, in which 45 Lag B'Omer celebrants were killed in a deadly crush and 150 others injured, should be investigated. State Comptroller Matanyahu Engelman on Monday toured the site in the framework of the special probe he launched into the disaster. Meanwhile, a former state attorney, Moshe Lidor, joined those calling for a state commission of inquiry, which would be independent and have wide-ranging investigative powers. KAN reporter Naomi Segal asked Dr. Guy Lurie, a researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute what kind of inquiry should be carried out.