Aliev, Mustafa
(Manush Romano)
   Bulgaria. Playwright and politician. He was director of the Teatr Roma in Sofia until 1951 when it was closed, after which he worked in a Turkish theater. Aliev became an MP on the list of the Union of Democratic Forces in the first post-Communist parliament in 1990. However, at the next election he was not reelected. A booklet has been published in Poland containing some of the songs he collected.

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