The General Federation of Artistic Syndicates said, in an official statement signed by the President of the General Federation of Artistic Syndicates, director Omar Abdel Aziz, the Syndicate of Acting Professions Ashraf Zaki, and the Syndicate of Cinematic Professions, Massad Fouda: What happened on Monday, June 27, is unfortunate and not befitting the ancient history of the Syndicate of Musical Professions, which It included pioneers of great creators such as Kawkab al-Sharq Umm Kulthum, the musician of generations, Muhammad Abdel Wahab and other creators in musical professions that affected the conscience of Arab peoples, and even extended their impact to the world.
The statement added: And in view of what happened, the Union will not stand by the unfortunate scene without taking its role in taking a number of decisions in accordance with the articles of Law No. 35 of 1978, where the Union decided: First: Form an urgent legal committee to investigate those who caused these unfortunate events and take all measures law to punish the offender.
He continued: The General Federation of Technical Syndicates, which represents the masses of Egyptian artists, rejects the resignation of the great artist, Hani Shaker, and supports him with all forms of support that preserve his proper position in him as a great artist who was able to take a prominent position among the creators in the field of singing, and a captain in whose era the union witnessed a remarkable development Not at the level of the members of the General Assembly, but rather the entire community. May God help us to serve creativity and creators in our dear Egypt and the Arab world. The Syndicate of Cinematic Professions, Ashraf Zaki, and Mosad Fouda, the Syndicate of Acting Professions.
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