Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept.2
By Orkhan Guluzade - Trend:
After the recent resignation of Turkey’s Interior Minister Efkan Ala, head of the country’s National Intelligence Organization Hakan Fidan is also expected to step down from his position, the Milligazete reported Sept.2.
Fidan’s resignation is being discussed in Ankara’s political circles, according to the newspaper.
Hakan Fidan was appointed head of the National Intelligence Organization in May 2010.
It was earlier reported that a number of reforms will be held in this structure. It was planned that the National Intelligence Organization will have two divisions: foreign and domestic intelligence.
Additionally, Turkey's National Intelligence Organization is planned to be subordinate to the country’s president.
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