Franz Kafka

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Franz Kafka

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Nationality Flag-Egypt.jpg Egyptian
Date of birth 24 November 2008
Day 370
Date of death 2013
Residence Northern Bohemia, Czech Republic
Sex Male
Newspaper Kifaya
President of Czech Republic
April 2009 – June 2009
Preceded by radim
Succeeded by radim
Congress member of Czech Republic
Congress member of Israel
President of Israel
Congress member of Egypt
Military rank Icon rank Legendary Force*.png Legendary Force*
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Czech Republic

Franz Kafka was an active citizen seeking to make Czech Republic an economically powerful yet socially responsible nation.

Franz Kafka had cross-political views. He supported the United Slavs party, although had sympathies with the economic agenda of the Czech Right Union. He also founded the third party of the Czech Republic - Nezavislost. However, he left this party following a Take Over by dissident Hungarians.

Franz Kafka has formerly been Minister of Foreign Affairs in President Red Duck's administration and Minister of Justice under President Radim.

He was a passionate advocate for the development of a strong Czech state and that does mean building a bureaucracy. He also supported the formation of a centrally planned economy in this early stage of Czech development, although a gradual liberalisation will be in order as markets mature. He has been a notable advocate of the Czech Republic's continued neutrality at the heart of Europe - this at a time when the President of the country moving the country towards greater alignment with ATLANTIS.

Four times congressman for the Czech Republic, Franz Kafka introduced successful legislation in support of Israel, and to counter the efforts of a British-inspired Take Over which had sought to steal Czech money. His international campaigning during March and April helped to counter first a Hungarian and then a British Take Over attempt.

Franz Kafka won 2 terms as President of the Czech Republic.


Franz Kafka served 3 terms as President of the Czech Republic, 2 as elected representative, 1 as the interim president after the impeachment of the elected president.

Franz Kafka served at least 1 term in Congress of Egypt.


Franz Kafka served 8 terms in Congress of Egypt.


He was the editor of the Newspaper Byt-v-rejzi (Eng. "in the rice") - a national newspaper with no political affiliations and dedicated to transcending the comment-based traditional media. Later, the newspaper was renamed to Kifaya.

Franz Kafka was CEO of Libertas Foundation (Israel) and Liberty Holdings, (Germany). Libertas Foundation owns the Israeli publication "Jewish Voice for Peace", the Israel Gifts Co-operative, and the Atlantis Iron - wellness 90 company (Spain).

Key Quotes

 In peace we are strong, in war we are weak 
 Speaking as one new born to the eRepublik, an Anglo-Saxon IRL, born Czech in this life. 
(in "Who's Left? Who's Right? Where Next?", article in Byt-v-rejzi, 9 December 2008)
 People are thinking of emigrating.. stop the bad politics now - let's work together for a better Czech future! 

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Hard Worker (x23)
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Congress Member (x23)
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Country President (x4)
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Battle Hero (x46)
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Campaign Hero (x12)
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Resistance Hero (x1)
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Super Soldier (x62)
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Society Builder (x1)
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Mercenary (x2)
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True Patriot (x9)

Government offices
Preceded by
Zaib Atsu
6th President of Israel
December 11, 2009 - January 5, 2010
Succeeded by
Joshua Hoss
Preceded by
Sadeh Badeh
9th President of Israel
April 6, 2010 - April 28, 2010
Succeeded by
Sir Valaro Volcrum
Preceded by
12nd President of Israel
July 6, 2010 - August 2010
Succeeded by
Dean Michaely