During the award ceremony for the artistic career and promotion of Mexican music, the leader of the National Regeneration Movement bench (Brunette) in the Senate of the Republic, Ricardo Monreal Ávila, revealed what is the frustrated dream that he will fulfill after his retirement in 2023.
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This Tuesday, November 22, during the celebration of Santa Cecilia, patron saint of musicians, the coordinator of the Morenista bench in the Upper House announced what he will do after his retirement from politics.
As stated, in 2030, when his future responsibility ends, he will retire from the political scene to dedicate himself to playing the guitarbecause he remembered that when he was young, he would have liked to play an instrument, “but it was very bad, I liked politics more.”
“I’m bad at singing and now that I finish at 30 my future responsibility is going to dedicate myself to playing the guitar”
During the session this Tuesday for recognize the artistic trajectory of different Mexican musiciansas well as the work of those who have promoted Mexican music nationally and internationally, the also president of the Political Coordination Board (Jucopo) reported that the Senate will work so that the union has the best living conditions, social security, benefits and recognitions.
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At the event, which was held as part of the commemoration of “Musician’s Day”, Monreal Ávila highlighted that there is a project to modify the Federal Copyright Law, in order to guarantee compensatory, clear and fair remuneration for the works of artists and singer-songwriters.
“That is why the Senate of the Republic makes clear today the role of culture and art in our legislative task, for which this tribute is to distinguish those who have dedicated their lives to music and art”, affirmed the Morenista senator.
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In his participation, he mentioned that it is time to be recognized for all your work, effort, trade and dedication for taking Mexico to the highest levels, “because all over the world they identify the mariachi with our country.”
He reiterated that he hopes that the Senate of the Republic will never forget the mariachis again, because they are the ones who have brought glory, honor and fame to the country, “and you can’t pay for that with anything.”
For his part, Miguel Angel Mancera Espinosa, coordinator of the parliamentary group of the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), expressed that the Senate dresses up to receive a world symbol that is “the Mariachi”: “We recognize musical talent on this day that we celebrate the patron saint of musicians, Santa Cecilia”.
He highlighted that in 2011, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization recognized mariachi as cultural and intangible heritage of humanity.
Meanwhile, Jesús López Ramírez, director of Mariachi México 70 and general secretary of the National Union of MariachisTradiciones y Afines, affirmed that for more than 30 years they have been fighting to keep the rights of musicians in force, because “it is the most sacrificed union, without presentations, without social security, Infonavit or life insurance.”
While the singer and promoter Lawrence of Monteclaro He thanked the Senate of the Republic for the recognition given to them by Senators Ricardo Monreal Ávila and Miguel Ángel Mancera Espinosa.