The officials described Hanci as a right-hand man of Gulen and responsible for transferring funds to him. His critics fear he is using the aborted coup to wage an indiscriminate crackdown on dissent. Parliament must still approve the decree but requires only a simple majority, which the ruling AK Party founded by Erdogan and in power in Turkey since 2002 commands.
Erdogan blamed Fethullah Gulen, a reclusive cleric based in the United States, for the botched attempt and said those behind the coup would pay a heavy price. Turkey pushed on with a sweeping crackdown against suspected plotters of its failed coup Saturday, July 23, defiantly telling European Union critics it had no choice but to root out hidden enemies.
On Saturday it was reported that the Gulen's nephew, Muhammed Sait Gulen , was apprehended in the city of Erzurum in Turkey, his uncle's native region. This is not the time for a slippery USA approach to a Turkish military coup attempt. Security sources said that the court has issued a decision to arrest 283 from the 300 presidential guard officers.
Now that's something astounding! According to film distributor Raj Bansal, " Kabali " went on to make Rs 42 crores on day one, beating the collection of Salman Khan's "Sultan". Long queues could be seen outside the Rex cinema at Mackenzie Road, where a 4m tall cutout of Rajinikanth stands, on the movie's opening day. The total Box Office collection of Kabali in two days will be around 80 crores.
The short clip sees him singing the lines that compare Kimmy K to OJ Simpson: 'Wifey gonna kill me, she the female OJ / Y'all don't feel me, man this ain't okay'. 'I watched people say that they did not want to work with him anymore because of it. And he really went through a lot of bulls**t and I know that Kanye would never ever go through that again by not calling Taylor and say, "Heads up, I'm about to go write this verse real quick".
Thomas Steinkraus-Koch, spokesman for Munich prosecutors' office said there is still no evidence of any political motivation to the crime, nor that the shooter killed specific victims. Both the Wuerzburg attack, and the Bastille Day rampage by a truck driver in Nice, France that killed 84 people on July 14, were claimed by Islamic State militants.