The establishment of the Federation of Arab Musical Unions in Tunisia under the auspices of the International Organization for Local Governance
The Festival of the Tunisian Syndicate of Musical and Free Professions was held in Tunisia, under the auspices of the International Organization for Local Governance, to resurrect and establish the Federation of Arab Musical Syndicates, on May 26, 27, 28 and 29, which is the first time that a festival of this size has been held. It was attended by twelve Arab unions representing their countries from Tunisia, the organizing country, Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Sudan, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar.
The festival is considered the first of its kind in the artistic field in general and music in particular, where the mentioned countries worked on concluding programmed agreements with each other to exchange experiences, performances and activities.
It is the first time on the occasion that Tunisia hosts a founding conference for the Federation of Arab Musical Unions, and in the history of Arab music. The International Organization for Local Governance was represented by Professor Lotfi Belazi, and a personal representative of the organization’s president, Dr Ahlam Al-Arfawi.
Mr Lotfi Al-Belazi, in his speech at the conference, opened it by saluting and greeting mothers in Tunisia and the Arab world, and he introduced the role of the organization, its work and its headquarters, as a non-profit international organization that works to achieve decentralization, and works to achieve sustainable development between the state, civil society and the private, to implement this mission The organization appeals to the great competencies that it is always proud of.
Al-Belazi added his blessing to the newborn of the founding of the Tunisian Syndicate of Musical and Free Professions, as well as Mr Maher Hammami, one of the most important competencies of which the Arabs are very proud, and seeking to unify the ranks of musicians in the Arab world, which is an integrated work with the International Organization for Local Governance in building and establishing bridges of cooperation with this The newborn is for the good of all, Tunisia and the Arab world.