Justice is served: Eman El Bahr Darwish reinstated as Head of the Egyptian Musicians’ Union
The Egyptian Administrative Judiciary Court has made the decision to reinstate Egyptian singer Eman El Bahr Darwish as Head of the Egyptian Musicians’ Union on Sunday.
According to Laha Magazine, after the court verdict was made, Eman stated that he was confident that justice has been served and that he’s been given back what’s rightfully his.
Eman said that he’s earned this position through the legitimate elections held amongst members of the union in 2011.
“I have asked the police to secure my return to the union to resume my duties and obligations, and in order to avoid any disputes with members of the administrative council who illegally stripped me of my position last year. I have many ambitions and goals I wish to achieve in the upcoming period,” he commented.
Eman stated that he will soon be releasing a song dedicated to Egyptian military chief Field Marshal Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, holding the title “I swear to God, You’re Egypt’s Beloved.”
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