Alshich on Netanyahu: It's sad to see his response to the investigations

By MAARIV ONLINE
January 9, 2019 06:27
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The outgoing police commissioner, Roni Alshich, who is on vacation and will officially finish his job in September, criticized the conduct of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding the investigation of allegations against him on Tuesday.

"I am saddened by the conduct of the prime minister. It is inappropriate to conduct such a discourse in the media. If Netanyahu has any complaints, the appropriate place to air them is at the hearing," said Alshich.

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