Marc-Albert Mitterand

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Marc-Albert Mitterand
Order: 17th Premier Président
Term of Office: 1 Vendémiaire CLXXXV - 17 Pluviôse CCVIII
Predecessor: Eugene Pascal Edouard
Successor: Jean-François Young
Date of birth: 15 Germinal CXXXV (b. April 5, 1927)
Date of death: 17 Pluviôse CCVIII (February 6, 2000)
Place of birth: Yonne, Osage, Louisianne
Profession: Lawyer, Politician
Political Party: Republican Free Party (Parti Républicain Libre)
Relgious Affiliation: Catholic

Marc-Albert Mitterand was born in Osage from French immigre parents. He later got involved in politics, much to the detriment of Louisianne's political reputation.

Mitterand took office 1 Vendémiaire CLXXXV (Sept 22, 1976). Mitterand is credited as being one of the longest ruling First Presidents in Louisiannan history, ruling for nearly thirty years. While it was not known until the final years of his Presidency, Mitterand instituted and supported the deplorable practice of selling weapons wholesale to Tejas and Alta California. The effects of his terrible foreign relations will be felt for decades to come.


Mitterand was often involved in student government and the leadreship of clubs. There was more than one occasion when MItterand was expelled from a club for poor behaviour

Sous-Prefectoral Administrations

Prefectoral Administration


Mitterand had only been in office for 4 years when James Wainwright was assassinated in New Orleans.

His final years in office were spent largely defending himself in the public eye, and not with ruling the land with any great ability. Mitterand's death and the end of his tenure is now being viewed by many historians as a long awaited end to the graft that has long plagued Louisianne.

He died of a heart-attack at the age of 73 while fooling around with a mistress. Some Conspiracy Theorists suggest that this mistress was actually a plant by the Tejan Government to eliminate Mitterand. Others suggest that he was killed by internal forces within Louisianne, unhappy with him leading the nation toward a personal dictatorship.

Preceded by:
Eugene Pascal Edouard
First President of Louisianne
Succeeded by:
Jean-François Young
Preceded by:
Prefect of Osage
Succeeded by:
Jean DuFrêne.
Preceded by:
Sous-Prefect of Paris-sur-Mizouri Succeeded by:
Preceded by:
Sous-Prefect of Mizouri
Succeeded by: