Duque charges Petro, saying that he used his job to attack his army. Duque suggests Petro quit his job.

The president was expected to end his participation in Asofundos on pensions. However, he addressed politics following an abrupt interruption by an elected congressman.

President Ivan duque’s closing remarks at the Asofondos congress, Cartagena, did not go according to plan. Instead, Duque began to talk about politics and the ways in which. Gustavo Petro ‘s use seat to attack and critique the army was something that he criticized. confronted him to inquire regarding his plans after General Eduardo Zapateiro’s comment about Gustavo Petro’s.

“Article 219 of the Constitution specifically prohibits the military forces from being involved in political scenarios and taking sides, or even participating in the debate on democracy that exists. gustavo petro is disturbed. ‘s a crucial moment that General Zapateiro did,” Sanchez said as Sanchez held up his phone and broadcast all the events via his Facebook account. reacted to the chaos by defending Zapateiro. He stated that anyone who has a case against public officials must be investigated.

Petro’s double role today as a congressman/head of the opposition, and also as a candidate, was criticized by President Duque.

“Who is accusing me of this?” Are they senators or presidential candidate? The president stated that I had resigned as a member of Congress following the successful consultation. This was to be able, as a candidate to freely express my opinion and not put on the double helmet to attack the institution, and then portray myself as a victim. That is not democracy.”

Sanchez attempted to follow the controversy but the president was adamant and demanded that he follow the guidelines.

What happened when gustavo petro and Zapateiro fight?

Petro posted the following message via his networks, April 20 2010. “While soldiers are being killed by the Gulf Clan, some of generals are on clan’s payroll. The leadership is corrupt when it is the drug trafficking political leaders who eventually rise to generals,” the presidential candidate wrote.

On gustavo petro , Zapateiro responded in the same manner: “Senator,” do not make use of your investiture (parliamentary inviolability), to prefigure the end of our troops instead, you should perform your civic duty and file a well-substantiated complaint with the Prosecutor’s office of the information you provided regardless of who are.