Turkish authorities want to remove the army from politics, agreeing it with the officials of the army, says a former analyst of the National Intelligence Committee of Turkey Mahir Kaynak.
"Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Chief of General Staff of Turkish Army Ilker Bashbug came to an agreement on removal of the army from politics," Kaynak told Trend News by telephone from Ankara.
According to the Turkish governmental newspaper "TARAF", Turkish Armed Forces have prepared a special plan under the name "Balez" to overthrow the government of the country. Under this plan, after exploding mosques Fatih Dzhamisi and Bayazid in Istanbul during Friday prayers, attacking on a military museum of the country, blowing up several fighter aircrafts belonging to Air Forces of Turkey and laying the blame on Greece, the Turkish Armed Forces had to take advantage of the resulting chaos in the country and overthrow the government. According to the newspaper, the preparation and implementation of the plan involved the former general in the Armed Forces of Turkey Chetin Dogan, and this plan was prepared in 2002-2003. According to the plan, after the military coup in Turkey, mass arrests had to begin.
If coup "Balez" was carried out successfully and the government was changed, 36 writers and Communists had to be arrested, including such famous writers as Abdurrahman Dilipak, Ahmed Tashgetiren, Akif Amr, Fahmy Koru.
Currently there is no chance of a military coup in Turkey. Prime Minister Erdogan and Chief of General Staff of the Turkish Army Bashbug met several times and each time talked about the presence of a certain agreement, said Kaynak.
Kaynak also added that the current government, which is considered the political elite of Turkey, actually exposes the old plans, and it is specially prepared operation of the authorities.