Fico Gutierrez and Petro’s phrases: Petro is friend of FARC. Chavista. Expropriator

With a total of votes amounting to 2 ‘160.329., Fico Gutierrez won this Sunday’s consultation with the Team for Colombia’. 54.11% of votes were deposited during the electoral process within the country.

Gutierrez participated in the first debate among presidential candidates after the legislative elections. He was measured against Gustavo Petro, the winner of the Historic Pact consultation, as well as Ingrid Betancourt – an independent candidate. His responses were as follows.

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Importance Sunday’s Election Results

The first topic of the debate was to analyze the outcome of the election on Sunday. “It appears to me that we’re all in the next round and that’s an actuality in politics. Fico responded, saying that his aim was to win together in the first round. This is due to the fact that much of the country stands in danger.

After that issue it was suggested that the prospect of winning in the initial round was discussed, to which the presidential candidate from Team for Colombia pointed out: “The numbers speak for the numbers. Our coalition was only three months old. We’re just a few minutes away from one million votes away from the Historic Pact. It’s very obvious who we are and who we will face in the second round of elections against authoritarian and populist projects like Petro.

Petro Answers to Tough Questions

Federico Gutierrez questioned Gustavo Petro’s decision to include Piedad Cordoba on his list in the course of the debate. “How can you declare that you will not accept any corrupt individual in the list, when Piedad Cordoba has negotiated with a number of kidnapped persons and joined the Chavez government, which poses dangerous to Colombia?” Fico expressed his support for Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.

Gutierrez Then, he launched an abrasive attack on Petro and called Petro the “friend” of the FARC.

“Those who attacked others or those who kidnapped or killed, are the ones who own peace. We, the masters of conflict.” In my lifetime, I have used an instrument that was not from you. am the one with the moral right to speak about peace, and I’ll make sure the FARC along with allies and friends who are close to me respect the agreements. They have not met the peace agreement.

Zuluaga is in the Gutierrez camp

The next issue that Gutierrez aired was the arrival of Oscar Ivan Zuluaga to his campaign: “Zuluaga called me to felicitate me and to pledge to his candidacy. I thanked him for his personal position. I’ll be in touch with him. But I’m planning to speak to a number of other sectors who are interested in supporting our campaign.” Gutierrez said, clarifying that he wasn’t Uribe’s nominee, but would welcome the support of Uribe.

He continued, “Those of you who are committed to preserving democracy and freedoms must stand together.” I will meet with teachers and members of the cooperative sector. We are going to create a national plan for the nation and demonstrate what we can do.”

Gutierrez in the middle of the discussion, reproached Ingrid Betancourt to “whom is asserting that one is the only good one” and “that everybody is corrupt or evil.”

“You do not have to say that I have bad intentions since I haven’t had a single corrupt scandal and have done a decent-looking policy,” she said. She also asked the presidential candidate what was the one positive thing to be said about Central America? If I’m elected president and I’m planning to be, I’ll unite. While I don’t know whether they’re on the left or right I will be able to govern with the best.

Ingrid later made allegations against him, claiming that he was “being supported” by machines such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro. He said, “I’m a man of character. I am willing to make numerous alliances, however, I have the moral character to avoid violence and corruption,” he said.

“Petro” is dumb

Federico Gutierrez made a new claim about Gustavo Petro. He stated that he was with Armando Benedetto who was a senator and is part of an effort to end dominion. When he did not receive any response, he declared that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays stupid.”

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He also stated that it was important to provide better conditions for healthcare personnel and “that there are assurances of connection” and clarified that he is not cutting EPS but would strengthen the healthcare delivery systems. However, he added that “EPS that is not working is dissolved.” with the United States

Answer to the question Do you want to rethink your relations with the United States? Gutierrez replied: “I’m going to maintain an excellent, bipartisan relationship with the United States. There are still a few issues that need to change. We plan to consolidate the system of production within the country. This will result in an improved political and commercial relation.

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Gutierrez took advantage of the opportunity to launch another bid at Petro: “The Blockades, that is, the blockades. Petro demanded you to close the roads,” Gutierrez said. People often wonder what is the reason chicken and eggs are so expensive. He stated that this was because the roads were closed.

Gutierrez Gutierrez, who has repeatedly insisted that Petro was “going to expropriate”, pointed out that Petro’s government would provide low-interest loans for peasants and strengthen irrigation districts. The land ownership rights will also be protected.

Questions from candidates to applicants

Federico Gutierrez was the one to explain his position in front of the Uribe/Duque government. He declared: “I am certain that from August 7 onwards, everything will be working independently of the government,” he said.

He said that, while security is essential, it is integral. But, he stated that he will mix the security and social. Social investment will assist three helicopters enter regions of conflict, if troops need to be present.

Gutierrez has criticized Petro and stated Petro’s assistance currently through Families in Action is alms. “To the extent the state accompanies the family, it should provide him with the minimum level of vitality of energy and water, but not tell the family to sacrifice their market to the world and leave the family in poverty. This is the Chavez Model. Let’s take a look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested to enhance the issue of pensions, “to transfer the state’s capacity to territorial entities to help strengthen the cash in fixed assets like schools or roads.” Additionally, there are 20 billion pesos in mafia assetsthat are not required to be handled by the government,” he said.

He said that he would create a law to allow the appointment of more domain-extinction judges and prosecutor to ensure that the money can be used to fund education, health, and pensions for three million people with pensions. Then he concluded that “resources are out there and you only need to know the location they’re located.”

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

The debate discussed the visit of candidates Gustavo Petro, Rodolfo Gutierrez and Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez said that the people who plan to visit the Pope will not get to be familiar with him. Although I am familiar with him, my appointment today will be with the Colombians. Actually I’ve met him in Medellin during the papal visits and I listened to him very extensively that day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The final topic was the Venezuelan relationship. Gutierrez said that Maduro’s relationships with Colombia have been through the FARC (the Eln), dissidents and Petro. Maduro is not, as I see it be acknowledged by the government as it is an absolute dictatorship. But it is possible to envision a border reality.

He added that “for this reason, traffic on the roads should be permitted because of trade, which continues to occur, as that illegal economy is being kept by criminal groups. Maduro is not a country with the legal status of a government. must be made at its border.

Gutierrez and Petro have a new debate regarding the issue, pointing out that Petro is not able to defend “his allies” in particular, specifically Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Venezuela.

He also expressed his displeasure with the idea to dissociate the Colombian economy from coal and oil. “That’s why we are developing renewable energy projects, like wind and solar. We are working towards this goaland are planning to triple our capacity.

Gutierrez delivered a message of goodbye: “Petro. I will be president to the Colombians.”