Turkish government has dismissed more than over 94,000 officers after couppoging
The Turkish government has more than over 94,000 officers, the laan issued, because they are suspected of involvement in a couppoging in July last year took place.
That said minister Mehmet Muezzinoglu (Labor) Tuesday during a roundtable discussion in a television programme.
According to Muezzinoglu, in the aftermath of the attempted coup 125.485 government officials indicted. 94.867 of them have so far been dismissed.
About 40,000 employees of the police, the army, the judiciary, the bureaucracy and the education system are currently stuck in awaiting trial.
Turkey hunts since the failed coup of supporters of the spiritual Fethullah Gulen, the Turkish government would have infiltrated the government topple. Gülen, who since 1999, in exile living in the United States, denies those allegations.
Mensenrechtengroepen and other critics fear that president Tayyip Erdogan the couppoging used as a pretext for political opponents to silence.