In the Executive
Chucky was appointed as the Canadian ambassador to Germany in May 2009, his first government position, and would also become the Canadian representative to the Theocrats in Switzerland. He wrote the first ambassador guide for new comers to the Canadian ambassador program which became essential to the development of the project. He resigned his ambassadorships in October 2009 when he was promoted to Minister of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) under the William Duncan administration. The repositioning of the global conflict between PEACE and EDEN provided new challenges, which Chucky adapted to. He opened up relations with many neutral nations such as Australia, India, China and Malaysia, as well as former PEACE nations Italy and France.
He would serve as MoFA throughout William Duncan's administration in the months of October and November. When Jacobi was elected as President in December, Chucky would be shuffled from MoFA to the Minister of Defence (MoD) position. As MoD he restructured the the elite division of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and created a PR department. He was one of the main drivers behind the EDEN invasion of the United Kingdom, having drawn up the original draft of the invasion plans. Canada was able to conquer Scotland in that war, and may have conquered Northern Ireland if not for Russian hackers adding hundreds of thousands of points to the defence wall. He would serve as MoD throughout December and January, but would not return to cabinet after Jbdivinus election in February.
He ran for President of Canada in March 2010 under the banner of the CPP, with the backing of the CSD and the Union Nationale (UN), and would win with a plurality of votes, the first clear election win since the heavily contested February election battle between Jacobi and Derek Harland.
His presidency was struck by scandal during the trial of Samuel de Champlain, a former Canadian citizen who was suspected to have fought against Canada with France in World War III. Samuel received a light sentence of 2 weapon payments to the Ministry of Defense and a two month suspension from Congress, which calculated 'time served' already. The investigation by the Attorney General found little evidence of Samuel aiding Canada's enemies. The Supreme Court of Canada confirmed that there were no case against Samuel de Champlain, and dismissed false accusations. After a media uproar, the Attorney General, Adasko, claimed he had been pressured by Chucky to make the investigation go by quick. Chucky denied the charges, and Adasko later resigned. Samuel de Champlain then become a five-time Congressman and during his 4 terms as Union Nationale party president, he manage the rise of the party to the second position of the Canada top 5.
Congressman Spencer Magee would propose impeachment against Chucky over the issue (against Congressional rules), which saw a number of players, mostly from the Democratic Action League and the Canadian Progressive Front vote yes. It did not garner enough votes to pass though.
Chucky would not seek reelection, tired of the politics.
He joined the CAF in April 2009, four months after signing up for eRepublik. He participated in many CAF operations such as the liberation of Greece from Turkish domination, The Romanian (ATLANTIS) Campaign in Asia, The defence and liberation of Canada and many other skirmishes. He was a founding member of the 22nd Royal Regiment, the first solely Francophone platoon in the CAF. He was promoted to lead the 22nd as lieutenant in August 2009, just in time for the Canadian liberation. He joined a secret military organization after the liberation of Canada called the Joint Task Force, meant to be the Brolliance answer to the EDEN Marine Corps (EMC), though it would never get off the ground.
He returned to the CAF after that, and later would join its high command when he was made MoD in December 2009. After two terms as MoD, he stepped back, preferring to work on his CAF career in the 22nd regiment. He would leave it after winning the March 2010 Presidential election.
Chucky was the founder of the FIQ (Fund of Investment in Quebec), whose goal was to gather gold to construct a Q5 hospital because In Quebec. . They managed to gather 125 gold, most of which went to the governments Victory Bonds project during the war though. In the end they raised 160 gold, which went to the creation of Quebec's first Q5 hospital, still standing today.
He has 9 hard Worker Medals, 4 Super Soldier medals, 1 Battle Hero medal, 1 Congressional medal and 1 Presidential medal.