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Jean-Baptiste-Charles-Mirampal Matthieu (October 3, 1763, Compiègne – October 31, 1833, Condat,[1] Gironde) was a French politician and Deputy to the National Convention.

He voted for the execution of Louis XVI. On 4 September 1792 , he was elected member of the Convention by the department of Oise. Initially he was a moderate, despising the excesses of the Jacobins and directing his hostility toward Robespierre. On 26 May 1795, he was elected president of the Convention in a difficult position, just after the Uprising of 1 Prairial.

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