Turkish regime issues arrest warrants for dozens of judges and public prosecutors

Ankara (ST):  The Turkish regime authorities issued arrest warrants for dozens of judges and public prosecutors under the pretext of their link to the 2016 coup attempt.

The Anatolia News Agency,  the mouthpiece of Erdogan’s regime, stated that the Attorney General in the capital, Ankara, issued arrest warrants for 44 judges and public prosecutors, many of whom were fired from their  works. 

Since the coup d'état attempt, Erdogan's regime has arrested or ousted tens of thousands of government employees from work, including judges, public prosecutors, policemen, officers, army personnel, and others.

K.Q.

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