Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Malaysia's Amy Tinie is the newly-appointed winner of Miss Eco International 2019 replacing Peru

Amy Tinie Abdul Aziz of Malaysia, who won as 4th runner-up in Miss Eco International 2019, has been appointed to replace Miss Peru Suheyn Cipriani, the title holder. This was announced by the pageant organization last May 30.

Miss Peru Suheyn Cipriani

Suheyn had to discontinue her reign because she became pregnant. As part of the organization's rules, the winner must fulfill and complete her duties throughout her reign. Being pregnant will hamper her duties and responsibilities as ambassadress of goodwill.

Miss Malaysia Amy Tinie Abdul Aziz 

Maureen Montagne of the Philippines who won as first runner-up was offered to take Cipriani's place as the new winner, but she declined the offer. This should've been a new recognition and honor for the Philippines, and eventually a back-to-back victory for the country, as Cynthia Thomalla (Philippines) won in the 2018 edition.

Miss Philippines Maureen Montagne with Arnold Vegafria

Arnold Vegafria, the National Director of the Miss World Philippines Organization (the franchise holder of Miss Eco International Philippines title), has issued a statement on June 2, 2020 regarding this matter: 
"As Miss World Philippines National Director, I am greatly saddened to hear that Miss Eco International 2019 1st Runner-Up Maureen Montagne declined her privilege as the rightful successor of recently dethroned Miss Eco International 2019 Suheyn Cipriani from Peru.
"Being the next in line, she was automatically qualified to wear the prestigious crown which would have brought glory to our country, would have given her the rare opportunity to become United Nations Ambassador for Ecotourism, and possibly would've made pageant history with the country's back-to- back wins for Miss Eco International 2018-2019.
Miss Philippines Maureen Montagne
"What disappointed me even more was that she chose to join another local pageant instead--without even according proper courtesy to the Miss World Philippines and Miss Eco International organizations. This is a clear violation of the prestgious international pageant's rules and regulations since her tenure has not yet formally ended.
"Based on my dialogue with Miss Eco International founder Dr. Amaal Rezk, Maureen could've still accepted the crown and waited until September when she can formally relinquish her title--but she refused.
"Her conduct unbecoming of pageant queen is a clear deterrent to her loftier aspirations for yet another crown. Despite all these, I still send her my blessings and wish her luck in all her future endeavors."
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