Turkey has formally arrested more than 37,000 people and has already sacked or suspended 100,000 civil servants, judges, prosecutors, police and others in an unprecedented crackdown the government says is necessary to root out all supporters of Gulen from the state apparatus and key positions.
I’d say this sort of behavior is a tell-tale sign that the shape of Turkey’s and America’s ‘”relationship” is about to change. A little concerning, to be honest. Thoughts?
Source: Turkey sacks 10,000 more civil servants, shuts more media in post-coup crackdown | Reuters