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Björn Ulvaeus of Abba succeeds Jean-Michel Jarre to defend the authors-composers

"do You Want to ?" sang in 1979, the legendary group Swedish pop Abba, where it is one of the "B". When Björn Ulvaeus, 75-year-old has proposed his candidacy to succeed Jean-Michel Jarre at the head of the Cisac (International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers), the organization that brings together more than 230 companies, the rights of authors in 120 countries, the response of the 4 million members has been a yes massive.

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"Björn Ulvaeus will support the work of the Confederation to guarantee to authors a better protection of their rights, an increase in the amount collected, more efficient systems and an improvement of their situation in the cinema, audio-visual, visual arts, performing arts and literature", emphasizes the Cisac in a press release.

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