Turkey blocked access to the Wikileaks site after the arrival of the electronic archive of letters from functionaries of the ruling party of President Erdogan. The owners of the site claim that the publication is not connected with the coup attempt. In Turkey on suspicion of sympathizing with the participants of the coup dismissed tens of thousands of civil servants.
In Ankara, at the presidential Palace began the meeting of the security Council of Turkey. Conducts its President Erdogan. The head of state with security officials to discuss the situation in the country after the coup attempt. Will also discuss the emergence of open access 300 thousand letters of the ruling "party of justice and development."
The website Wikileaks published the correspondence of high-ranking politicians and ordinary party members for 6 years. Special services of Turkey has blocked the online, and can log in the country is now impossible. A few days in large Turkish cities last rallies in support of President Erdogan. In parallel are cleaning. Removed from service on suspicion of involvement in the rebellion, the commander of Gendarme forces of Turkey Galip Mendi. The authorities continue to make the United States the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, who is considered the organizer of the rebellion. GÃ¼len says he is not afraid of extradition to his homeland, while calling on Americans to resist the attempts of Turkey to settle the score. Documents demanding the extradition of gÃ¼len has been submitted to the state Department.
Another request for the extradition of Turkey sent to Greece. Ankara requests to extradite 8 rebels in a helicopter the night of the coup fled to Greece. While in Athens the request refused and started proceedings against the Turkish military on its territory.