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  • proper n. Acronym of Irish Music Rights Organisation.

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  • The IMRO is the story of a dream turned nightmare, of the absolute corruption of absolute power and of the dangers of inviting the fox to fight the wolf.

    Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

  • By 1934, the IMRO was a full-fledged extortionist mafia organization.

    Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

  • The IMRO was a populist organization established by intellectuals

    Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

  • Under the 2000 Copyright Act, royalty collectors such as the Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO) and Phonographic Performance Ireland (PPI) are required to register before they can collect fees.

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  • By 1900, IMRO had gained control of this organization.

    7. Regional Movements

  • Unlike the Supreme Macedonian Committee, which favored outright union with Bulgaria, IMRO, as the first indigenous movement in Macedonia, sought autonomy and eventual membership in a Bulgarian federation.

    7. Regional Movements

  • The Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (IMRO) was formed to work for an autonomous Macedonia.

    7. Regional Movements

  • IMRO also opposed outside efforts at insurrection in Macedonia, favoring only revolt from the Macedonians themselves.

    7. Regional Movements

  • It abolished the 1879 constitution, dissolved the national assembly, banned all political parties and activities, and disarmed IMRO.

    1933, June 24

  • Fearing a missed opportunity if they waited, IMRO sponsored the Ilinden-Preobrazhensko rising.

    1903, Feb

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