Gabriel Leitner

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His Excellency

Gabriel Leitner
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Leitner in 2019
Prime Minister of Shoassau
In office
4 December 2017 – 1 August 2022
MonarchDarien IV
Preceded byJean Duencker
Succeeded byWilliam Eurenne
Personal details
Born (1973-03-03) 3 March 1973 (age 49)
Alsace, Shoassau
Political partyDemocratic Party
Spouse(s)
Illiane Debeaux (m. 2002)
Alma materUniversity of Staeventer
Vessalia University

Gabriel Leitner is a Shoassauan politician who served as the Prime Minister of Shoassau from 2017-22, succeeded Jean Duencker and preceding William Eurenne. A member of the Democratic Party, he instituted economic reform which expanded Shoassauan trade to neighboring nations with a permit program, led membership admission for WEDA, and advocated for human rights on the international stage. Despite his international renown, he gradually became unpopular within Shoassau for his handling of corruption, with dozens of his cabinet ministers being forced to resign.

On March 31st, 2021, a gunman attacked a shopping center in Auvergne, killing 16 people[1]. Prime Minister Leitner and parliament passed restrictive gun legislation, outlawing most civilian weapons in the country.

Early Life

Political Career

Prime Minister of Shoassau

Personal Life