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From LeGras' official website
|Constituency||Lower San Meresque Strip|
2 May 1964
Castille de Terro, Inyursta
|Political party||Social Labour Party|
Gustavo LeGras (born 2 May 1974) is a Inyurstan politician and former solider who is currently the Senator for the Lower San Meresque Strip. He is currently running in the 2018 Inyurstan Presidential Elections as head of the Social Labour Party, a part of the Alternative Coalition.
LeGras was raised in the upper-class suburb of Castille de Terro called Vera Solais where he attended elite private schools. At university, he received a Bachelors degree in Sports Communications.
LeGras also joined the Inyurstan Army and served a short and uneventful term as a supply officer.
Following his honourable discharge from the military, LeGras took some time off to find himself and spent a great deal of time in foreign cities such as Amsterdam and Antwerp where he was exposed to social democratic policies. When he returned, he joined the Alternative Coalition and was elected as a senator for the Lower San Meresque Strip. He later announced his candidacy for the 2018 Presidential Election with the Social Labor Party. His platform is based off the simple and straight forward motto "Vote for me and I will get the wealth in your hands". He plans to push efforts to amend the constitution to allow for taxes over 15% so that he and his allies in the Legislative Assembly can push through and fund reforms which will generate government spending and welfare programs. LeGras also has expressed a desire to curb the virtually unregulated private sector in Inyursta, to allow for more controlled growth and a more stable environment for blue-collar workers.
LeGras is not married, and enjoys relaxing with alcohol and marijuana (both completely legal), as well as throwing lavish parties with celebs and escort girls at one of his many villas he purchased with his own money.
|Reference style||Senator for the Lower San Meresque Strip|
|Alternative style||Mr LeGras or Sir|