Three thousand redundancies Turkish agents back to work
Approximately three thousand Turkish police officers who were fired because they allegedly with links to the Gulen movement, may return to work. Research has shown that they understand on the black list of the movement of the islamic clergyman Fethullah Gulen were.
The Turkish newspaper Hürriyet reported Wednesday that after a thorough examination of the information at the end of april has been seized has become clear that the agents are not “secret imams” of the Gulen movement. The charges against the agents are withdrawn.
The government of president Recep Tayyip Erdogan sees the movement of Gülen as the mastermind behind the couppoging last summer. Since then, approximately 40,000 people were arrested and lost 120,000 people from their jobs. Gulen resides in the USA. Ankara wants, that the Americans handed him over.