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Ernesto Titeriez (born 1965) is an Alconbrian politician who served as the third President of Alconbria from 2011 till he was ousted from power in a military coup in 2013. Prior to becoming president, Titeriez served as the Minster for Interior Affairs from 2008 till 2010. Ernesto Titeriez also served as one of the chief military advisers of Paul del Santé during the Altivebrian Civil War.
Titeriez was born in 1965 in Los Guez, Altivebrio (now located in Alconbria) and joined the National College of Arts, New Seville to pursue a career in political sciences, but was later expelled from college for being an Alconbrian. He subsequently joined the Alconbria Liberation Council and by 1992 became a key member of the council, and he, along with Augustin Altiver were personally mentored by Paul del Santé.
After del Santé's death in 2011, Ernesto Titeriez represented the Alconbria People's Party in the presidential election. Titeriez narrowly defeated Victor Staurakios in the election, but the opposition party introduced a new bill in the Parliament which gave the presidency to Staurakios. Titeriez subsequently became the Leader of the Opposition and frequently criticized the President. Titeriez, after the failure of Staurakios' rule, introduced a referendum which voted to remove him from power. After the President declined to step out, the People's Party, along with the military removed Staurakios from power, making Titeriez the president.
Titeriez was injured during the 2013 coup, and was hospitalized after he was forced to resign. A anti-government soldier had shot a bullet, which had torn past Titeriez' heart. Titeriez was hospitalized for 5 months, before returning back to the government office in November of that year. When he was in hospital, the Parliament chose Augustin Altiver as the new President of Alconbria.
Ernesto Titeriez married intelligence analyst Gabriella Titeriez in 1992, and they have three children.