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A panel of trustees who were appointed to Koza ipek Holding as part of a government-backed operation in late October have continued to dismiss journalists from TV stations and newspapers that are part of the ipek Media Group.
The trustees fired 172 more on Friday, adding to dozens of others who have already been dismissed after the seizure.
The trustees took over the management of the Bugandun and Millet dailies and the channels Bugandun TV and Kanaltandurk early on Oct. 28 when police forcibly entered the broadcasting headquarters of the media group, during which journalists and protesters claimed they were subjected to police brutality. In addition to changing the editorial stance of these news outlets — which used to be critical of the government — to one that strongly supports it, they have also fired journalists and managers and replaced them with pro-government figures.


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