WikiLeaks published online a correspondence of the Turkish AKP
WikiLeaks published online a correspondence of the Justice and Development Party - the ruling party in Turkey
WikiLeaks published online a correspondence of the Justice and Development Party - the ruling party in Turkey.
The resource posted a database with a search option, downloaded from the broken party server. WikiLeaks say there are almost 300 000 letters from more than 700 mailboxes.
See also: WikiLeaks releases AKP emails
The message also reads that the materials ware obtained before the military coup attempt in Turkey. But it was published earlier than it was planned - in response to the massive purges that Turkish authorities launced after a failed coup.
According to the BBC, 45 thousand were detained in Turkey as of today, fired or suspended accused of supporting the coup. Justice and Development Party was founded by current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, now headed by Prime Minister Binali Yildirim.
WikiLeaks say the correspondence published mainly concerns foreign policy of the party. They also promise to publish even more confidential data soon. Turkey has already blocked this online resource.
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