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Erdogan's regime issues arrest warrants for 25 people on the pretext of their association with Gülen

2019-12-12T14:35:42.920Z

ANKARA-SANA The authorities of the regime of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have issued arrest warrants for 25 people on the pretext of their association



Ankara-Sana

The authorities of the regime of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan issued arrest warrants for 25 people under the pretext of their association with the Fatah Allah Gulen organization, whom this regime accuses of being behind the coup attempt that took place in mid-July 2016.

"The public prosecutor in the province of Konya issued arrest warrants for 25 people, including 23 soldiers on active duty, on the pretext of using the correspondence application used by the Gülen organization," the Anatolian agency, speaking for the Turkish regime, quoted security sources as saying.

The sources pointed out that 15 people were arrested among the wanted people in the context of parallel operations carried out by anti-terrorist police teams, and included 12 provinces throughout Turkey, while the search for the remaining wanted persons continues.

Since the coup attempt, Erdogan's regime launched a severe repression campaign to target his opponents and opponents, as tens of thousands of people were arrested and sacked in various civil and military institutions in the country.

Source: sena

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