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For example, at weddings, the important processions, such as the groom's family arriving at the bride's house, are accompanied by surla.
17.
A group of Albanian-speaking Roma in and around the cities of Ohrid and Struga call themselves Egjuptsi, deriving from a mistaken notion of where others thought they originated. In 1990, however, their leaders publicly claimed they were actually from Egypt in an effort to disassociate themselves with Roma, and thereby raise their social position. (See Sudetic 1990 and Mukerem 1990 On the larger question of Macedonian Roma identifying themselves as Turks or Albanians, see Poulton 1989:5 and Poulton 1993a:43.
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Since the breakup of Yugoslavia, the Macedonian socialists have reorganized into the Social Democratic Union of Macedonia, which now controls parliament ( Perry 1993

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