He was Argentinean MoFA for four terms too (August, September, November, December 2008). Under his time as Minister of Foreign Affairs, Argentina joined ATLANTIS and his diplomatic corps grew a lot, reaching the number of 20 ambassadors throughout the world.
Kurtkbain (aka Kurt or Kurtk, February 21, 2008 - ) was born in Valladolid, Spain and started to work for M.I.S Mansiones Embrujadas, one of the biggest companies in the New World in the houses sector.
He joined Izquierda Democratica Española party and helped in the economic secretary of the party from February to June. During Taguaro's mandate on April he was Under Minister of Economy, helping Kano and Soniuska in their job as Ministers.
Finishing his stage in Spain, he was Secretary of Culture in Castilla y Leon during May and June. Kurt started the second literally contest with a prize of 5 golds, but unfortunately it was canceled due to lack of contenders.
On 15th July, five months after his birth and tired of the Spanish politicians, he flew to Buenos Aires and started a new political life in Argentina.
Once in Argentina, Kurtkbain joined a new creation party, PSDA (Partido Socialdemocrata Argentino), funded by Ale992. Kurt helped him searching and adding new people to the party, and PSDA became the third stronger party in Argentina fighting this place with Movimiento Americano Social party.
Pechorin, from IP, won the Presidential Elections and gave Kurt the opportunity of become Minister of Foreign Affairs. The Mexico – Campeche – Spain issue was in one of his hottest point in those days, so he had to do hard work since the first day. And since the first day too, Kurt continued the work of Pier (former President) in negotiating the constitution of the new alliance, ATLANTIS, and his charter.
Until this month, Argentinean people had never been informed about their foreign affairs. Kurt created a newspaper called “Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores” and used it in order to inform people about what was happening in the eWorld and the foreign relations of their country.
Finally, Argentina declared himself an anti-goon and anti-takeover country, so Kurt cut relations with Ireland (taken over by Victor Petrescu and few other Romanian people), Mexico, Turkey and Greece (goon countries).
Other IP politician, Tiranicida, won the Presidential Elections, and he ratified Kurt as MoFA. His first objective for this month was to create a global ambassadors group from Argentina, and he opened ten embassies trough the New World. Ambassadors did a good job, and Argentina had good relations countries such as Venezuela or Brasil.
ATLANTIS charter was finished and approved by Argentinean Congress, so Argentina officially joined ATLANTIS with co-creator honors. Kurt decided that he should try to be PSDA Party President and, with the help of Ale992, he won the Party Elections and became Party President and MoFA at the same time. Kurt and Ale changed the organization of the party and created new secretaries.
During the second half of September, IP and PSDA parties decided to do an alliance for October's Presidential Elections. Kurt was selected to represent the alliance, and on 1st October he won the Presidential Elections and become President of Argentina.
His mandate was the most productive since the last Pier's presidency. Kurt gave Ministries to people from all the Argentinean parties. The list of was this:
- Ministerio de Salud: (Ministry of Health)
- Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores: Fedegen (MoFA)
- Ministerio de Trabajo: (Ministry of Work)
- Ministerio de Defensa: Gush (MoD)
- Ministerio de Interior:
- Ministerio de Economia: Krakonico (Ministry of Economy)
Kurt, Fedegen and Argentinean Ambassador in Venezuela, Non-Aggression Pact between South American countries (Argentina from ATLANTIS, Brazil and Venezuela from PEACE GC) but their efforts were unproductive. Brazil offered Argentina to join PEACE, but Argentina declined the offer because they thought that ATLANTIS was a stronger alliance and because of their disapproval of Indonesian Imperialist Politic., tried to sign a
During that month, Argentina grew in about 500 citizens due to an aggressive advertising campaign in the media.