Corentin Heusaff (born 2 September 1955 in Brest, France) is the serving President of Colticia, assuming office on 21 August 1995. Before his career as a politician, Heusaff worked as director of a state-owned agricultural farm. Under Heusaff's rule, Colticia has come to be viewed as a state whose conduct is out of line with international law and whose government is considered to violate human rights. Colticia has never held a poll seen as fair by international monitors since Heusaff began his presidency, with he and other Coltician officials are also the subject of sactions imposed by the European Union for human rights violations.
Early life and career
Heusaff was born on 2 September in the city of Brest in the Brittany region of France. His grandfather, Erwin Heusaff, had been born in Swansea in Wales, and Heusaff grew up without a father in his childhood, leading him to be taunted by his schoolmates for having an unmarried mother. He graduated from the University of Western Brittany in 1976 and the Gurteen College, located in Ireland, in 1986. He served in the Direction Centrale de la Police aux Frontières from 1976 to 1978 and in the French Land Army from 1981 to 1983. Heusaff led a Cadet chapter in Vannes from 1978 to 1979. After leaving the military he became the deputy chairman of a collective farm in 1983 and in 1986. He was promoted to the post of director of the Brittany state farm and construction materials plant in the Snowdonia district of the Celtic Union in 2000.