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The meeting of the Team for Colombia’ saw Fico Gutierrez take the lead with a total vote in excess of 2 ’160.329. votes, which is 54.1 percent of the total votes that were deposited in the internal electoral process in the coalition. was in attendance at the first debate between presidential candidates after the legislative election. He was very measured in his responses to Gustavo Petro who won the Historic Pact consultation and Ingrid Betancourt who was an independent candidate. These were his answers.

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The importance of the results of Sunday’s elections

The debate started by examining Sunday’s election results. “It seems like we have one advantage in the second round. is a fact of politics. Fico added, “With humility, I demanded that we come together and prevail in round one.”

After the issue, it was brought up the possibility that Team for Colombia would win in the first round. Team for Colombia’s presidential nominee said “The figures speak for itself.” Our coalition was among the smallest, it’s been three months. We’re only a few minutes away from one million votes away from the Historic Pact. It’s very evident who we are and who we will face in the second round of elections against authoritarian and populist projects like Petro.

Petrol The most difficult question is:

Federico Gutierrez questioned Gustavo Petro’s decision to include Piedad Cordoba on his lists during the debate. “How do they say that you don’t want to accept those who are corrupt in the lists, if Piedad Cordoba was on the list when he was negotiating for the lives of a lot of kidnapped persons, and also when he joined the Chavez regime, which is a risk for Colombia?” Fico took note of Ingrid Betancourt’s accusations of Cordoba and he was adamant.

Gutierrez later launched a vicious attack on Petro and declared Petro as a “friend” of the FARC.

“Those who attacked other people, those who kidnapped or killed, are the ones who own peace. We are the masters, of war.” In my lifetime, I’ve wielded a weapon, different from you, I have the moral right to discuss peace and I will abide by the agreements, and ensure that the FARC, your allies and friends comply, because they have not fulfilled the peace agreement.”

Zuluaga and Gutierrez arrive

Gutierrez was then on to the next issue: Oscar Ivan Zuluaga’s arrival to his campaign. “Zuluaga called to congratulate and encourage me to support his campaign,” he said. I told him to I thank you for your position personally and that I’ll speak to him. But I’m going to talk to a variety of different sectors that want to be part of our campaign.” He clarified that he was not Uribe’s nominee, but would accept the support of Uribe.

He said: “Those of us who defend democracy and freedoms have to be united. I will be meeting with teachers. Along with the cooperative sector we will present a national plan for the country.

Gutierrez, in the middle of the discussion, criticized Ingrid Betancourt “who is saying that there is only one good person and that everyone else is corrupt or bad.”

“You do not have to convince me that I’ve got bad intentions, because I’m not involved in a single corruption scandal and I’ve done a decent policy,” she reproached the candidate and said: is there really no one good candidate in Central America? If I am elected president (which I plan to) I will bring together. They may be from the left or from the center, but I will rule with the highest quality.

Ingrid accused him of being she was being backed by “machineries like Los Char” and Dilian Francisca Toro. He responded. “I am a person with character. He stated, “I will make many alliances, but I have the integrity to refuse the use of violence or to allow corruption.”

“Petro is playing dumb”

Federico Gutierrez launched a new argument at Gustavo Petro, stating that he is accompanied, among other people by Armando Benedetti (an ex-senator who is an agenda for the end of dominion). And when he did not receive a response He said that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”

What health care plans do health advocates have in mind?

The former mayor of Medellin presented his idea of a health system in the nation: “Ideology should not prevail, and we need dignity when it comes to health care. We would like to get rid of the lines, and encourage prevention and health promotion, articulation, and EPS using the IPS/EPS and implement the Siga Model where triage is carried out and decides where you will be treated based on the disease.

He also said that better working conditions are needed for health professionals and they should have “guaranteed access to”. He made it clear that he wouldn’t eliminate EPS however, he will improve the system of care. He said, however, that any EPS which does NOT work is eliminated.

Relations with the United States

To the question, will you reconsider your relationship with the United States? Gutierrez said, “I will maintain a excellent, bilateral relationship with the United States. However, there are some issues that need to be rethought. We’ll be enhancing a system in which production is readily available and the connection is not just one of political but also commercial.

UU is the issue of today in the U.S. it makes us realize that the world has changed and that they are a nation that can generate more food consumption, but also export high-quality products.”

Gutierrez used the occasion to make a bid for Petro: “The blockades, that you Petro demanded to shut down the roads, had an effect on the cost of food items. People often wonder why chicken and eggs are so costly. He said it is because the roads were closed.

Gutierrez once again declared that Petro “is close to expropriating”. He also pointed out that under his new government, peasants will receive cheap loans, as well as irrigation districts, and the ownership of land will be secured.

Questions from candidates to candidates

Federico Gutierrez was the one to state his position to the Uribe/Duque government. He said: “I am certain that beginning on August 7, all that works, independently from the state,” he said.

He also said that the concept of security was crucial, but essential and that he’d mix it with social investment. Social investment will assist three helicopters arrive in conflict areas if military forces are required to arrive.

Gutierrez posted a criticism of Petro who said that providing them with the current assistance, which is provided by Families in Action, is alms: “To the extent that the state provides its aid, it has to ensure that the family receives the basic necessities of water and energy, but not tell the family to provide him with a market for life, and leave the family in poverty. This is the Chavez model. Take a look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested that, to alleviate pensions to improve pensions, the “state’s capabilities be transferred to the territories to enhance the value of fixed assets such as roads and schools. He also stated that 20 billion pesos worth of mafia-related assets aren’t in the hands of the state.

He said that “that’s the reason I’m going to pass an act that includes more domain-extinction courts and prosecutors, to ensure that the money is an asset to healthcare, education, and pension system for the 3 million people who have a retirement pension.” He stated, “The resources are there. You just need to know where they’re.”

What is the status of meetings with Pope Francis during the campaign?

The debate was about the visits of candidates Gustavo Petro or Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez made this point and said that “those who will visit the Pope are there because they don’t know him.” While I am familiar with him I am going to be there today with Colombians. I was able to meet him in Medellin during the papal visit, and I was in a position to listen to him quite a bit on that day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The last topic of discussion was the relationship between Venezuela and Colombia. Gutierrez stated that Maduro’s relationship to Colombia was through the FARC and the Eln dissidents, dissidents as well as Piedad, Petro. I believe Maduro is not recognized as a legitimate government, since it is a dictatorship. But there is on the other side of the border.”

He added that the use of vehicles should also be allowed because of trade concerns, which continue to arise because criminal groups maintain operating an illegal economy. Maduro does not have the status of a government. The business decisions must be taken at the frontier.

Gutierrez had a new fight with Petro as they discussed the matter. He said that he did not defend his “allies”, referring to Russia and Syria, as well as Venezuela.

He also decried the idea of separating the economy of Colombia from coal and oil, noting that it should be a gradual process not a one-time. “That is why renewable energy initiatives like solar and wind are being developed. We are making steps toward that end, and we will double the capacity.

Gutierrez gave a farewell speech: “Petro, You are Chavez and Maduro but I am neither Uribe nor Duque.” I will be the president of the Colombians.”