(AGI) Istanbul, July 26 - Turkey's Ministry of Justice announced that 5,110 new judges have been appointed to fill the vacuum created by the investigations following the failed July 15 coup. Minister Bekir Bozdag defined the measure as "necessary" to avoid delays or dysfunctions in Turkey's judicial system. He specified that 700 of the 5,110 appointed judges have already completed their training period, while the remaining judges will take an exam at the end of the month. The measure will become effective on November 26. It fills the gap left after 2745 judges and prosecutors were suspended, and 2101 more were arrested for suspected ties to the faction supporting Fetullah Gulen, the imam and magnate accused of masterminding the coup from his home in the U.S. (AGI). .