In Turkey rehired 1800 civil servants dismissed after the attempted mutiny

The Turkish authorities newly recruited civil servants in 1800, dismissed in the course of the investigation a coup attempt in the summer of 2016. On Friday, January 12, told the state Anadolu news Agency, citing a corresponding decree.

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We are talking about persons who had previously charged that they were downloading the encrypted messages through the app Bylock, says the Agency. At the end of 2017, the Turkish authorities announced that the service is loaded on the mobile devices of thousands of people without their knowledge.

According to Ankara, the messenger, that allows you to exchange encrypted messages often use “humanity”. Participate in encrypted chat Bylock Ankara considers proof of membership in the radical movement of the preacher Fethullah Gulen, which, according to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, organised a coup attempt in July 2016. He Gulen, living in self-imposed exile in the US, denies any involvement in the coup attempt.

During the mass purges that followed the suppression of the attempted coup in Turkey was taken into custody more than 50 thousand people, 150 thousand people have been dismissed or suspended from duty.

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