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LPTIC headquarters invaded as fight over the telecommunications sector in Libya continues

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

TRIPOLI – The Libyan Post Telecommunications and IT Holding Company (LPTIC) in Tripoli issued a statement about the invasion of its headquarters on Zawia Street in a raid by a group of armed whom LPTIC said are affiliated with the Security Arrangements Committee, according to the statement.

LPTIC stated that the armed men entered the headquarters of the company by force, which resulted in the disruption of work and created a state of confusion and chaos within the company resulted in terrorizing all workers.

The Board of Directors of the company, headed by Adel Rajab Markous, called upon all concerned parties and authorities to intervene urgently to stop these violations and irresponsible actions.

For its part, the General Assembly of LPTIC in the interim government issued a statement ordering the suspension of former chairman of the Board of Directors of LPTIC, Faisal Qarqab, whom the armed men demanded that he be put back in charge.

The statement called on all subsidiaries, whether public administrations, branches or entities concerned, not to attend any meeting or to implement any decision issued by Qarqab, and anyone who contravenes this will subject himself to the legal accountability.


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