Turkish regime authorities issue arrest warrants for 37 people

Ankara-(ST)-Today, the Turkish regime authorities issued arrest warrants for 37 people, including military, on the pretext of their links to the organization of the preacher Fathallah Gulen, who is accused by the regime of Recep Tayyip Erdogan of being behind the attempted coup in 2016.

"The authorities in Konya province, central Turkey, issued arrest warrants for 37     -    people, including soldiers on service militry," Anatolian Agency, speaking for the Turkish regime, quoted security sources as saying, adding that search  operations were carried out on wanted persons in 24 provinces.

Since the coup attempt, Erdogan's regime has waged a severe crackdown on its opponents, as tens of thousands of people have been arrested and sacked in various civil and military institutions in the country.

Haifaa Mafalani

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