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Sunday, March 18, 2018

WikiLeaks announced the disclosure of the Turkish authorities

Amid a coup attempt in Turkey, WikiLeaks reported secret documents that reveal the entire structure of political power in the country.

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On the night of 16 July, the Turkish military announced the change of power in the country. This was officially announced on state television. There was also an attempt to capture the hotel in the resort of Marm ARIS, where, according to the data of the coup, found President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Read more: Storm at Erdogan armed rebels were caught on video

However, after some time the rebels either fled or surrendered. The military said that their leadership was not notified about the attempt to overthrow the government, allegedly directing soldiers to the exercises. However, the Turkish government power in their hands stopped and is now conducting massive sweep in the top ranks of the army and the police.

Read the material: cleaning staff in Turkey, arrested hundreds of generals, thousands of officers fired

On the background of the failed coup attempt in Turkey whistleblowers, WikiLeaks announced the disclosure of around 100 thousand documents relating to the structure of political power in Turkey.

“Be ready to fight at a time when we will publish more than 100 thousand documents on the structure of the political power of Turkey,” reads the post WikiLeaks on Twitter.

ANNOUNCE: Get ready for a fight as we release 100k+ docs on #Turkey’s political power structure. #TurkeyCoup #Soon pic.twitter.com/dhJuWza4Es

— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) July 18, 2016)

Note that in the course of events in Ankara, Istanbul and other cities and provinces of Turkey killed 290 people, more than a thousand were injured.

Coup in Turkey. Chronicle of events

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