Turkish authorities have sacked more than seven thousand employees in the police and the staff of ministries and university professors such as the anniversary of the coup attempt on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
This comes within a large purge of state institutions, including the judiciary, police and education in response to the unrest that took place last year.
Passes Saturday in a coup attempt by rebel officers have burned buildings and opened fire on civilians.
More than 250 people have been killed in the violence.
Turkish authorities accuse the movement linked to the cleric Fethullah Gulen of masterminding the coup attempt to overthrow Erdogan.
It denies Gulen, who is still in the United States, his involvement in the attempt. The United States is opposed to the Turkish authorities have so far handed over to them.
The latest wave came from the decision on layoffs June 5, but the decision was published in the official newspaper Friday.
The resolution says that the sacked staff "people decide that they are working against state security or members of a terrorist organization".
Among the respondents of the resolution 2303 of the police and 302 university professors. Inventory 342 of the army rank of police officers, according to Reuters news agency said.
Turkey has already fired more than 150 thousand of officials since the coup attempt, and arrested 50 thousand of the army, police and other sectors.
The government says that these measures are necessary in view of the security threats faced, but Erdogan's opponents say he is using the campaign to get rid of the political opposition.
The spread in Istanbul banners to commemorate the coup attempt and posters depicting people dealing with soldiers of the pro-coup.
It is expected to organize rallies and Erdogan's speech to Parliament at the same moment when his headquarters was bombed.