In the aftermath of the failed coup in Turkey nearly 3000 judges were "sacked" among them two members of the constitutional court (source for example this Washington Post article) as well as many teachers, academics and military staff. See this related question here (asking a different question).
What does "sacked" exactly mean (the media seems to be quite vague about this topic)?
How come that is this possible in a parliamentary democracy? In Germany or the United States it is for good reasons very difficult to get rid of judges. This holds especially true for constitutional resp. Supreme Court judges (e.g. here §105 or here). In Germany, for example according to my laymen understanding of that law, only the constitutional court itself can sack individual members (and in the US both houses have to affirm a removal).
Do similar laws not apply for Turkey? Is the judicial independence limited in Turkey?