Thousands of redundancies in Turkey
Turkey has Friday, a day before the commemoration of the failed coup a year ago, again more than seven thousand civil servants by the decree dismissed.
It mainly goes to police officers, civil servants and academics. The purification of the state apparatus that the government-Erdogan after the coup of 15 July 2016 ordered, got the umpteenth sequel.
After the attempt Erdogan topple in Turkey, more than 150,000 people from their suspended or suspended. Such a vijftigduizedn others, among whom were many soldiers, police officers, teachers and journalists, have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the action.
The latest layoff took more than 2,300 police officers their jobs, including a number of high ranking. At the universities in the country came to this time three hundred employees on the street. The regulation also determined that nearly 350 retired soldiers, their stars and stripes to lose.
The driving force behind it is according to the Turkish authorities in the U.S. living spiritual Fethullah Gulen. This denies the allegations. Gulen recently said not to resist extradition to Turkey if the US agrees.