Threat of coup in Turkiye: Erdogan held an emergency meeting

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called an emergency meeting last night regarding the threat of a coup in Turkiye.

Axar.az reports that the issue of the police officers, who were named in the allegations regarding the "Ayhan Bora Kaplan" criminal organization and were dismissed by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Turkiye, remains on the agenda. Yesterday, the homes of the police officers who were dismissed on the charge of seizing digital materials were searched.

The chairman of the Nationalist Movement Party (NMP), Devlet Bakhchali, said at the factional meeting in the parliament that what happened could indicate a conspiracy to overthrow Erdogan. Regarding the issue, the party chairman urged that the operations should not be limited to the dismissal of only a few police officers.

The publication writes that after Bakhchali's statements, Erdogan held an emergency meeting with the Minister of Justice of the country Yilmaz Tunj, and the head of the National Intelligence Organization Ibrahim Kalin at the presidential residence.

Journalist Hande Firat, who made a statement on the issue, also emphasized that the processes in the field of judicial and intelligence were discussed in the urgent meeting held by Erdogan.

2024.05.15 / 10:38
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