Turkish purge after failed coup

 
Turkish purge after failed coup
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9,000 have been sacked after the attempted coup in Turkey.

30 governors, 52 state inspectors and 16 legal advisers are among those who now lose their jobs in the wake of the failed military coup.

Nearly 9,000 employees affiliated with the Turkish Interior Ministry has been sacked after the failed military coup Friday, reported the state news agency Anadolu.

The 8,777 were employed across the country.

Other Turkish media reported that police, employees of the military police and the Coast Guard have also been removed from their posts.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan accuses supporters of his former ally and now nemesis, Fethullah Gülen, to have been behind the attempted coup. Gülen, an Islamic preacher residing in the US, rejects this and has condemned the failed coup.

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