15,200 Education Ministry personnel were suspended
The licenses of 21,000 teachers working in private institutions were also canceled.
100 people from National Intelligence Organization (MİT) were also suspended.
Turkey’s Prime Ministry suspended a total of 257 personnel, including 230 judicial clerks, 19 specialists, six advisers and two legal advisers.
Turkey’s Higher Education Board (YÖK) has demanded the resignation of all deans on duty at all private and state universities throughout the country.
a total of 492 people were suspended from Turkey’s Religious Affairs Directorate (Diyanet)
A total of 393 personnel were also suspended from the Family and Social Policies Ministry and 16 were suspended from the Development Ministry.
7,899 police officers, 614 gendarmerie officers, 30 provincial governors and 47 district governors.
1,500 officials in the Finance Ministry had also been suspended.
In a related case, Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş told reporters that 9,322 people were currently under legal proceedings in relation to the attempted coup.
A total of 240 people, of whom 62 were police officers, 173 were civilians and five were soldiers, were killed during the failed coup attempt and 1,535 people were wounded, Anadolu Agency reported. A total of 24 coup plotters were also killed and 50 coup plotters were wounded.