King Dorian Cioaba of the Roma Gypsies with the funeral banad awaits the arrival of the coffin of his father, the late king. The route from Florin Cioba's home to the cemetery - there are crowds of people. Many people, onlookers Gypsy and not line the streets, watching from windows and the pavement. The hearse is surrounded by security.
Florin Ciaoba's funeral and the crowning of two kings. Daniel and Dorian were crowned, Danile with the bigger crown is King of Romanian Roma Gypies whilst his older Brother Dorian has the smaller crown and is King of Gypsies of the world and deals with foriegn affairs. His hearse (a lorry) packed with security guards is taken from The Cioaba family home to the cemetery
Florin Tănase Cioabă (1954 – 18 August 2013) was a Romanian Romani Pentecostal minister and self-proclaimed "King of Roma around the world". He died on 18 August 2013 of cardiac arrest at Akdeniz Üniversitesi in Antalya. He was 58 years old.
In September 2003, Florin Cioaba sparked controversy when he married his 12 year-old daughter Ana-Maria to Mihai Bitrita, a Roma boy aged 15. However, following the wave of criticism, he promised to work to uproot the tradition of child marriages among the Roma. Florin Cioaba also encouraged Roma families to send their children to school during his attempt to fight poverty resulting from a lack of education.
Cioaba was elected president of the International Romani Union in April this year