The organiser of the Eurovision Track Contest has mentioned it “regrets” that some contestants didn’t respect the “spirit of the principles” when collaborating within the competitors in Sweden.

In a press release on Monday, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) mentioned it had spoken to a lot of delegations in the course of the occasion relating to what it known as “numerous points that had been delivered to our consideration”.

It comes after Eire’s Bambie Thug mentioned they’d raised “a number of complaints” to the EBU within the construct as much as the grand finale within the metropolis of Malmo on Saturday after accusing Israeli broadcaster, Kan, of a rule breach.

The Irish performer accused the Israeli broadcaster of “inciting violence” towards them 3 times and added they had been ready for the EBU to reply.

Bambie – who completed sixth with their gothic track Doomsday Blue – had repeatedly criticised the involvement of Israel’s consultant, Eden Golan, who got here fifth within the competitors, given the continuing Israel-Hamas battle.

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The EBU mentioned this week its governing our bodies will work with the heads of delegations to assessment the occasions that came about at this 12 months’s Eurovision and “transfer ahead in a optimistic approach and to make sure the values of the occasion are revered by everybody”.

“Particular person circumstances will probably be mentioned by the occasion’s governing physique, the Eurovision Track Contest Reference Group, made up of representatives from collaborating broadcasters, at its subsequent assembly,” it mentioned.

Nemo of Switzerland, who performed the song The Code, celebrates after winning the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmo, Sweden, Sunday, May 12, 2024. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Nemo celebrates after successful the Eurovision Track Contest. Pic: AP

The 68th version of the annual track contest was received by Nemo from Switzerland – the primary non-binary performer to take the trophy.

However the week of the competitors was marred by controversy, after the disqualification of The Netherlands’s contestant Joost Klein who was stopped from collaborating over an “incident” the place he was alleged to have made verbal threats to a feminine manufacturing employee.

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A Professional-Palestinian demonstration forward of the second semi-final on the Eurovision Track Contest in Malmo. Pic: AP

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It was the primary time in Eurovision historical past that an act has been disqualified after reaching the grand ultimate.

In the meantime, round 10,000-12,000 individuals, together with Swedish local weather activist Greta Thunberg, took to the streets of Malmo throughout the weekend to name for Israel to be excluded from the competition.

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Quite a few contestants – together with Lithuania, France and Portugal – additionally tentatively introduced politics to the stage after performing within the ultimate, with all of them commenting on the significance of peace.

Israel’s Ms Golan informed Sky Information after the competition she had ignored all of the controversy and was “over the moon” about coming fifth within the competitors.


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