She was a German citizen, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Congress member, Party president of the Freie Deutsche Demokraten, and Ambassador of Germany to several states. Elena is a very ambitious politician. She speaks three language fluently and has basics on three more languages.
Early Life and Exile
Elena was born in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany on May 28th, 2009, during the war of Germany with Sweden and Poland. It was the worst moment for a citizen to be born. After a few days North Rhine-Westphalia was conquered by Sweden and Elena was trapped. She got help from the German community and fled to Canada over Switzerland.
She lived and worked in Canada for a few weeks, but the bad economy and upcoming world war forced her to move again. After she lost her job the 5th time and couldn't find a new to her skills, she took all her money to buy a moving ticket and flew to Brazil. There she was till the liberation of Saarland.
Back in Germany, Elena became a member of the Freie Deutsche Demokraten.
Elena Nova started her active political career in the diplomatic department. She applied for an ambassador office at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA). On September 24th, 2009 she was appointed Ambassador of Germany to Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Elena acquired a liking for politics and ran for congress on September 2009 elections. With 42 votes she found her way into congress, and was reelected in October 2009.
As an ambitious politician Elena couldn't bear the downfall of her party. In October 2009 she decided to run for party presidency and became the first female PP of the Freie Deutsche Demokraten.
In November 2009 her activity and good work on political and diplomatic ground brought her the position of a Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in the government.
Party Presidency and the FDD
The Freie Deutsche Demokraten went downhill since the Sweden-Germany War. The former party president Heir Holley tried to reinstate the party. He reorganized and restructured the FDD, brought in new members, and started the party's organization with the newspaper "FDD Times", but all with mediocre success. On June elections 2009 seven candidates of the FDD became congress members, five of them were members of the "Polish Takeover Unit". What ever happened to Heir Holey, finally he became inactive and with him also the organization Freie Deutsche Demokraten and the party's newspaper. Thereupon monkey111 took party presidency. The FDD was disappeared in oblivion at that moment and unfortunately there was no rescue operation by the party president.
In October 2009 Elena run for party presidency and won with over 50% of votes. She reorganized the party once more, reactivated the party sub-forum, created with help an external party forum, replaced the old party logo, brought new members into the party, founded together with z80z a new organization (Freie eDeutsche Demokraten) with a new newspaper, and contacted each member to invite them into forums. The party quickly raised from 54 members to 71.
Unfortunately, most of members were inactive in party matters, so the party still have a lot of work to do.
In November 2009 congress election the party befell the next disaster. Of 5 secure congressmen, only one became a congress-member. That was the result of the 3 largest parties in Germany, which waited with their final votes to earn more seats. Disappointed of the lack of democracy and this ATO tactics (but also because of the lack of time), Elena declared she will not run again for party presidency.