To answer your question, as I said, it was the longest sentence which was the most beneficial. The first sentences, four to five months long, were for minor offences. You do a third of the sentence and you begin right away to be reintegrated into society. I said the longest one was the most beneficial because I had a longer period of time to work with the psychoeducators and my parents and that is why it worked. I could make some trials and errors. In the beginning of my reintegration, I made some mistakes and I was put back in custody. They told me that there were a few things that I had not understood and we were able to start again and try new things.
This is why I say that I am not against longer sentences, but they have to go hand in hand with rehabilitation and reintegration. I don't think that jail time on its own will have any positive result.