Turkey has arrested two members of the constitutional court

Two members of the constitutional court of Turkey was arrested after an attempted military coup in the country, according to Reuters.

Arrested was in a group of 113 members of the judiciary, which was officially arrested on Wednesday, July 20. Was also put forward formal charges against the chief adjutant of the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

On the night of July 16, in Turkey there was an attempt of a military coup, which ended with the suppression of the coup. The Turkish military rebellion against the government of Turkey, the helicopters of the Turkish army attacked government buildings, including the General staff and the headquarters of intelligence.

The rebellion has killed 232 people, detained more than 7,5 thousand persons, 6 thousand — military. Among the detainees was a former commander of the Turkish air force Akin Ozturk. The Turkish authorities also decided to carry out large-scale purges in state institutions and was suspended from work 30 governors, 47 heads of district administrations. From the work suspended a total of more than 21 thousand employees of the Ministry of education, the 21 thousand teachers their licenses revoked. All Turkish scholar banned from traveling outside Turkey.

On 20 July the defense Ministry of Turkey launched an investigation in respect of all military judges and prosecutors in the country.

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On the night of July 16, in Turkey there was a military coup attempt. In Ankara, the helicopters of the Turkish army attacked government buildings, in particular the General staff and the headquarters of the intelligence…

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