The captain of the Egyptian musician’s syndicate, Honey Shaker, responded to statements by businessman Nakuib Saviris, in which he criticized the former decision to ban so-called “festival songs” from working in Egypt.
Seker said, “Saviris has the freedom to do or listen, which is his personal business, but it is the responsibility of the music industry’s syndicate to enforce its laws on anyone who wishes to continue singing.”
The so-called Arab singing prince, Shaker, “wondered why some people were angry at the implementation of this law, and asked everyone working in the field to abide by it, saying that imposing it on workers in the industry who raise public taste by obtaining the necessary permissions or enforcing the rules would not destroy it.” Said.
The crisis between Shaker and Saviris began with a tweet on his Twitter account, in which he said: “I’m seeing the captain of the singers for the first time (I see) very proud to be banned from singing. Who’s not (and ‘is not) the captain. Do not ask) “, marks the end of the Syndicate of Musical Professions banning festival singers from singing. Egypt.
Saviris described the union’s decision as flawed.
However, the Syndicate of Music Industries released a statement “with strong words” entitled “Commenting on Brother Nakuib Saviris and Clarification from the Syndicate of Musical Industries”.
The statement went on to say, “Sky News Arabia” is a syndicate of music industries, you know or not a syndicate of singers, so it should be clarified that these (festival singers) are not members. Should. “
The statement went on to say, “The Syndicate of Music Industries was established by Act 35 of 1978 and has terms and obligations to its members, the most important of which is the commitment to conduct contrary to values and ethics.”
Syndicate “Its role is to regulate what’s happening in the song scene, not to prevent it, if the (singer) is a member or authorized by law.”
Syndicate then told Nakuib Saviris, “You specifically ask for them, this is your right, but do not impose them on the public without the rules and regulations governing the singing profession.”
Seker continued: “Brother Nakuib, the union’s money is public money and wasting public money is a waste of public money. Five years ago the Sawiris family and the sea were held every year in the tourist town of El Gouna.
Xavier was not silent about Shaker’s response, but rather tweeted to criticize the report on the attack on him by the Syndicate of Musical Professions, to continue the verbal war between the two sides.
Saviris said: “As you say a musician’s association, if its money and money (its affiliation) are singers, God willing, I will bring them (I will bring them) to the El Gauna Festival. “
It is noteworthy that the Syndicate of Music Industries in Egypt on Wednesday released a decision to prevent 19 festival singers from working in the future and to withdraw the annual permit to sing.
Among the most important names included in the decision to ban singing are Hamo Becca, Hassan Shahoush, Magdi Shada and many more.
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