The North Tripoli Court has rejected a judicial appeal submitted by the former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Telecom Holding Company, Faisal Qarqab, regarding the invalidity of the decision to remove him from the chairmanship of the holding company’s board of directors.

The court ruled on Sunday, rejecting the case and obligating the plaintiff to pay the expenses, to end the legal dispute that arose after the government re-formed the board of directors of the company that monopolizes the telecommunications sector in the country, and named Mohammed bin Ayyad as its new chairman.

The Libyan Deterrence Apparatus arrested Faisal Qarqab after he, accompanied by an armed group, stormed the office of the Chairman of the Holding Company's board of directors.