Anti-Coup Crackdown: Turkey Suspended More Than 12,000 Suspected Police Cops
The 12th President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s government has been extended for the country’s state of emergency for three months as well as he unleashed anti-coup crackdown against rebel’s military officials.
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has pledged to overhaul the army in response to the military coup in mid of July as he predicted after military coup the government of Mr. President of Turkey has been extended for the country’s state of emergency for 90 days (3 months).
This time the Forth Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will hold extraordinary official powers to rule on decree as he earlier assumed when cops attempted a failed coup.
The Turkish government has ordered to suspend more than 12,000 police cops that suspected or have linked in the mid July coup, the whole anti-coup crackdown begins with the extension of Turkish President for the country’s state of emergency for three month.
The request of being extended the reign of Mr. Recep has been sent on Monday and his request is only considered a formality by this the Lira fell 3.02 further in London trading and become the lowest one since August 2016.
The Turkish Police headquarter has issue a statement according to which 12,801 police cops that included 2,523 number of cops chief has been suspended from their duties.
Ankara explained the reason by saying Turkey government they have linked with country’s coup planning as well as it is also said the all 12,801 police cops were completely associated with Cleric Fatehullah Gulen which is United States based.
However, the crackdown yet not only bounded in Cops boundary The Turkish President has removed at most 100,000 people from different state-run bodies like Judiciary and military as well by using his extraordinary powers.