Entertainment President Boric sings the national anthem “Los Viejos Estandartes” with the military during a military parade By: Charles Date: September 19, 2023 Share: FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp The President sang the official military song during the military parade. A military parade will be held on September 19th this year on Army Glory Day. The footage shows President Gabriel Boric singing the national anthem, “Los Viejos Estandartes.” This was seen as one of the National Army Mountain Division, who usually sings the national anthem at the end of the parade, passed by. Thus I was able to see the president singing the nation’s official song. armyan act Michelle Bachelet was previously seen doing. This was the second military parade attended by Gabriel Boric as President of the Republic. The president led several activities for the 2023 national holiday, but was unable to perform the traditional Kweka dance at O’Higgins Park. Borrick sings Old Banners Source: Biobiochile CharlesShare this:TwitterFacebook TagsArmyBoric acidmilitary stopold banner Charles Share FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp Subscribe to our magazine Subscribe Now ━ more like this World Salvadoran man sent to prison for violating immigration permit in Belize October 3, 2023 0 Sports Real Madrid seek leadership in Group C with visit to Naples to qualify for Champions League October 3, 2023 0 Entertainment Kurt Carrera expects Poppin to return soon. October 3, 2023 0 World Salvadoran man stabbed during attempted assault in Mexico October 3, 2023 0 Sports Rubén de la Barrera, selector coach: “Not all processes have to be respected” October 3, 2023 0 Previous articlePresident Joe Biden declared Russia an obstacle to peace in his speech at the United NationsNext articleProtesters in Libya set fire to the house of the mayor of Derna after the catastrophic floods LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Comment: Please enter your comment! Name:* Please enter your name here Email:* You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.