Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter, meeting with senior police officials late Tuesday, called the conclusions of the Zeiler Commission report "serious," and said that dealing with the repercussions would present a "true test for everyone [there]," Army Radio reported.
Dichter said that police officials must fulfill their duties despite the difficulty.
"I expect the police to learn a lesson from this," the minister said, but added that if the recipients of the warning letters issued by the commission felt unable to function effectively, they would be excused.
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