- AG frees Sudanese actor suspected of theft
- Former judges slam AG for migrant regulation
They held up signs that read "We are refugees in our own neighborhoods."
Protesters outside Weinstein's home
Shlomo Maslawi from the South Tel Aviv Executive Committee slammed the AG's decision. "We are here because several days ago you ordered the release of two infiltrators to our neighborhood," he said.
Weinstein told the protesters that the cases they mentioned were unique. "The government's policy is pretty clear, the Justice Ministry and attorney general support this policy. We must do things wisely and humanely."
He promised the demonstrators that he would come see them in south Tel Aviv to talk about the issue in further detail.
Earlier this month, Weinstein updated a procedure, which allows the prolonged arrest of asylum seekers and infiltrators from Sudan and Eritrea, even if they are suspected of relatively minor offenses, and without sufficient evidence to prosecute them.
- Receive Ynetnews updates
directly to your desktop