Turkish public prosecutor issues arrest warrants against 100 Turkish soldiers

Turkish prosecutors have issued arrest warrants against 100 Turkish soldiers for charges of being linked to the movement of Fathullah Gulen, who the Turkish government accuses of being behind the attempted coup in July 2016.

“An arrest warrant has been issued against soldiers from the Turkish ground forces command on charges of communicating with Fathallah Gulen elements via telephone”, the Anatolia news agency quoted the office of the chief prosecutor in Ankara as saying.

The consequences of Turkey’s attempted coup d’état continue with the continuing liquidation of all state facilities in Turkey.

Tens of thousands of people, including journalists, military personnel, judges, opposition figures and government officials, have been arrested and some 150,000 more have been arrested or suspended in the public and private sectors, which is a measure described by some analysts in the Turkish issue is one of the reasons that led to a crisis at various levels of political, security and even economic in the country.