Ricardo Arjona orden del quetzal

Publish 21 September 2015 in Miscelaneous - 206380 views

The award of the Order of Quetzal that returned the Guatemalan singer Ricardo Arjona still waiting at the Consulate General of Guatemala in New York to be moved to Guatemala.

The award of the Order of Quetzal that returned the Guatemalan singer Ricardo Arjona still waiting at the Consulate General of Guatemala in New York to be moved to Guatemala.

 La Orden de Quetzal devuelta por Arjona reposa en el Consulado General de Guatemala
 It´s been twelve days since Arjona performed the physical return of homage and is still in the US city, he explained the deputy minister Oscar Padilla.

 La Orden de Quetzal devuelta por Arjona reposa en el Consulado General de Guatemala
 After announcing that the distinction deliver on its website in late August, Arjona returned the "Gran Collar" in New York before acting on the legendary Madison Square Garden.

 La Orden de Quetzal devuelta por Arjona reposa en el Consulado General de Guatemala
 Once in Guatemala, the award will be made to safeguard the Directorate General of Protocol, he explained the deputy minister Oscar Padilla.

"In this office where it will be saved," he said.

The Order of the Quetzal, the Grand Collar, Guatemala is the highest distinction. In 2013, the then president, Otto Perez Molina, along with Vice President Roxana Baldetti, awarded the medal in Grade of Grand Collar Ricardo Arjona in the National Palace of Culture.

"Many Guatemalans have waited for this day to honor him with the highest distinction awarded to the true model citizens," said Otto Perez during the ceremony.

"The facts by passing the country, clearly call into question the honor of which I imposed this distinction," Arjona published on its website after making the decision to return.


Publish 04 September 2015 in Miscelaneous - 208996 views

The singer asked the Guatemalan president Otto Perez Molina was put in the hands of justice and withdraws from his office after corruption cases involving him.

Ricardo Arjona returned the Order of Quetzal, the highest honor he received from the current authorities in March 2013, and called for the resignation of Guatemalan president Otto Perez Molina, by the corruption scandals involving him.

  Arjona, pide a las autoridades de Guatemala que dejen sus cargos por corruptos
    In the publication "Where there is no honor there is chaos," hung in the singer´s Twitter account, we read:

"I hereby publicly known my irrevocable decision to put in the hands of the relevant authorities and the decoration symbol representing the Order of the Quetzal that I gave through the heads of government at the time.

The facts by passing it clearly call into question the honor of which I imposed this distinction. Conclusively conclude that nothing in this moment that has passed through his hands any, nor legal, nor symbolic or sentimental value. On the other hand, I must say, I simply hand Guatemalan one that rises to mention my not deserving of this recognition for it immediately becomes sufficient reason and longer for me the symbol represents.

In earlier days I sent a message on social networks that few understood ... A day of new elections, my message intended to awaken the lifeblood overlooking not only the present, but in order to make us responsible for the future to avoid falling into the same vices. Marching in crowd is important to overthrow misfortune, but to be in tune and be consistent with the responsibility of not putting in place people with the same defects, it is vital.

Reactions against me for that comment the receipt of a Guatemalan peace for decades accused of having become citizens of other countries, ignoring the imminent need to look elsewhere for what my job is not found in Guatemala. With my intact passport of Guatemala, with my total condemnation of what is happening, I send my personal request, if it´s worth, that the acting president review its role in history and dignifies getting into the hands of justice to clean or be accountable stepping down once and for all, for the elementary reason that "where there is no honor, exists chaos".

Musician message is part of the rejection that has emerged from various sectors. In various manifestations it has called for the resignation of Pérez Molina and the postponement of elections, scheduled for next September 6 until reforms debug dishonest politicians are approved.

The Public Ministry and the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala accused, on Friday August 21, the president of leading a network of customs corruption known as La Linea.







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