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As an artist, I don’t have a party or a science

after sharing Pablo Montero at a public event in Miraflores Palacewho was in it Nicolas Maduro, to whom Montero sang and gave him a charro’s hat, the Mexican spoke of, saying that his work as an artist was not the support of any politician and that his work was motivated by his love of music.

Montero spoke through his social networks after the annoyance caused by his presentation with Maduro.

“Regarding my participation in the Miraflores Palace in Venezuela, where other singers were also present during an event for President Nicolas Maduro, I tell you that as an artist I have no party or flag, other than Mexican music, which is universal. In addition to the fact that mariachi in Mexico is a site World Heritage.

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For this reason, the singer said, he remains on the sidelines of the political conflicts that arise in the South American country.

“I don’t get involved in disputes that may exist in this case in that brother country, I just hope they can resolve them soon peacefully, because of my love for Venezuela,” the singer added.

Nicolás Maduro received vocals from ranchera singer, Pablo Montero.

The Aztec artist, dressed in his usual Charo wardrobe, accompanied by a group of mariachis, performed “Alma la Lanera”, “Las Magnanitas” and “Ray”.

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The musical surprise of the 59th birthday celebration, which Maduro himself gave to his wife Celia Flores, occurred in the central courtyard of the Miraflores Palace.

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