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The statement while condemning the rearrest of the party leader termed it as illegal and undemocratic act.
It establishes a "new normal" in the state's criminal justice system by focusing on reducing crime by studying reincarceration and rearrest rates.
by Hretz Changes in military law allow IDF and Shin Bet to rearrest any released prisoner until the end of his or her original sentence, on the slightest pretext, and often relying on secret evidence.
The Israelis want any reason to rearrest those who have been released from Israeli prisoners following courageous hunger strikes," he said.
The rearrest sparked protests by supporters of Michel Aoun's Free Patriotic Movement who took to the streets and blocked roads Monday and Tuesday.
After holding her on suspicion of attempted murder, the police released her temporarily for treatment but plan to rearrest her for murder, they said.
They were both released on Sunday pending further inquiries before the revelation that police had made the quick rearrest.
Aung Shwe, the party chairman, said the rearrest was "very unfortunate".
3 percent rearrest rate for child victimizers during their first three years after release -- compared with 68 percent recidivism for other criminals.
Overall, offenders who completed treatment programs had a rearrest rate of 11%, compared with 18% for untreated offenders.
Although the difference in rearrest rates for average-risk, 30 percent versus 32 percent, and low-risk, 16 percent versus 19 percent, ex-offenders did not vary widely.
Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi on Monday defended the rearrest of a suspected Islamic militant under a tough security law just a day after he was released under a High Court order.