exarchist

exarchist

(ɛksˈɑːkɪst)
n
(Historical Terms) a supporter of an exarch, esp the Exarch of Bulgaria
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Velinovska says that in the 21 century it is truly difficult for somebody to impose as an "exarchist" and change the people's conscience by force.
Greek authors, on the other hand, have no doubts that at the beginning of the 20th century Hellenism overwhelmingly prevailed in Macedonia claiming that of a population of approximately 1,205,000, 370,000 (31%) were Greek speakers, 260,000 (21.5%) were Slav-speakers (Patriarchists and Exarchists) and 475,000 (39.5%) were Muslims, with Jews and other groups making up the remaining 98,000 (8%) (Michailidis 2007:357).