>> Respect the rule of law, the warning from the Council of Europe's head as he met Turkey's Foreign Minister.>> We see a need for cleaning up all of this. But it is also very important that this is being done in conformity with the rule of law and the standards in the European Convention
>> But in almost the same breath, Jaglin said he understood the need to take on coup plotters. He is the most senior European official to visit Turkey since the failed July 15 coup, but as he did, more action was being taken to round up those deemed responsible. Scientists, the latest targets, as the purge is extended to the Scientific Research Center of Turkey.
State authorities again claiming links to Fethullah Gulen. The US-based cleric has been blamed by Turkey for the attempted coup. Since, state authorities have targeted more than 60,000 people in the military, judiciary, civil service, and education sectors. On Wednesday, Turkey says some of its work might almost be done, with an overhaul of the intelligence agency almost complete.
The question is, what will be left in its wake?