Months of fighting last year between Turkish forces and the Kurdistan Workers Party caused huge destruction, leaving the peace process in tatters.
Some of Erdogan’s supporters, who have backed him over the past decade, are growing disillusioned by the burgeoning cult of personality around him.
Twenty-nine police officers are facing charges of disobeying orders on the July night.
More than 100,000 people had already been sacked or suspended and 37,000 arrested since the failed coup attempt in July.
Turkey ranked fifth in terms of the highest levels of sympathy towards ISIS.
The ruling AK Party maintains the reforms will clear judicial bottlenecks, but critics see them as payback for those against President Erdogan’s values.