I will tell you an interesting story from the life of our Transcarpathian Roma. As you know, Roma families are very numerous, they live together and in a large crowd. There lived a baron in one of the camps, who had 12 (!) daughters. Just imagine for a moment the father’s “pain”: power in the camp is often transferred from father to son, but you have a kindergarten for girls at home. Such is the joke of genetics. This baron did not make the thirteenth attempt, he put up with it. And many years later, when the last daughter was married off, the inspired father of the family, who shared love between 12 children, finally felt sadness from his heart. And it was necessary to hold elections in the camp in order to appoint a new headman of the Roma settlement.