The outgoing police commissioner, Roni Alsheich criticized the conduct of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding the investigation on allegations against him at the conference of the Internal Auditors' Bureau on Tuesday."I am saddened by the conduct of the prime minister," said Alsheich. "Such a discourse is inappropriate to conduct in the media. If Netanyahu has any complaints, the appropriate place to hear them is at the hearing," he added.The State Comptroller Yosef Shapira referred to the sensitive period of elections in the Knesset and called on politicians to exercise extreme caution in various steps. "Protecting the independence of the gatekeepers of the legal system, law enforcement agencies and the state comptroller is the guarantee of our ability to live in one state despite the deep differences between different groups in Israel," said Shapira. "God forbid we reach a situation in which the public thinks that the decisions made by the country's leaders steam from person consideration," he claimed and added that "this is a recipe for the disintegration of the society and state."Shapira stated that the 21st Knesset elections present great challenges, given that a large part of the campaign is carried out on social media and online in general. "A cornerstone of the public's trust in democracy is the fact that the election results reflect the will of the voter," said the state comptroller, "and foreign intervention that will undermine the credibility of the system and results may lead to a fatal blow of the public's trust in the government."