Submission of indictment on Turkey's Ergenekon postponed Turkish prosecutors will make public the indictment on Turkey's controversial Ergenekon case on Monday, Dogan News Agency reported. The indictment was earlier said to be submitted by the end of this week. (UPDATED)

Turkish prosecutors will make public the indictment on the controversial Ergenekon case at 11:00 a.m. (0800GMT) on Monday, the DHA reported.
Istanbul Deputy Chief Prosecutor Turan Colakkadi told reporters they had not completed the examination of the indictment yet.
The indictment is expected to be 2,500-page long and include allegations about 85 people with the claims of forming an illegal organization to provoke events that will pave the way for a military coup.
The submission of the indictment will be made to the Istanbul's chief public prosecutor's office following its upload process to the National Judiciary Network system.
In the latest wave of the Ergenekon operation, which came on the same day the chief prosecutor presented his verbal arguments in the closure case against the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), 21 people were detained, including two retired generals, journalists and a prominent business leader.
Ten people were placed behind bars after a court formally ordered their arrest. The Ergenekon organization is accused of provoking events that would pave the way for a military coup to overthrow the AKP government.
The lack of an indictment in the operation, which started 13 months ago, and the detainment of anti-AKP politicians, journalists and intellectuals without any legal charges have raised eyebrows in Turkey, as many questioned whether the operation is being used to suppress opponents of the government.