Fico Gutierrez, his words to Petro: friend and expropriator of the FARC and Chavista

The meeting of the Team for Colombia’ saw Fico Gutierrez win with a total vote in over 2 ’160.329. Votes equal to 54.1 percent.

Gutierrez attended the first debate between presidential candidates following the elections for legislative. He was compared to Gustavo Petro, who won the Historic Pact consultation, and Ingrid Betancourt, an independent candidate. These were his answers.

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Importance Sunday’s Election Results

The debate began with an examination of Sunday’s results in the election. “It feels to me like we have one foot at the next round. This can be a reality in the political realm. My hope is to be united and prevail in the first round, as the entire country is at risk,” said Fico, who added that he receives the win “with confidence.”

After the controversy, it was brought up the possibility that Team for Colombia would win in the first round. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate stated that “The figures speak for themselves.” Our coalition was one of the smallest in three months. We’re only a few minutes away from the Historic Pact. This makes it clear what our coalition is and if we will face populist or authoritarian projects like Petro.

There are some tough questions to Petro

Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate concerning the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba in his lists. “How can you say that you will not accept anyone who is corrupt in the list, even if Piedad Cordoba is included and he has been involved with the Chavez regime which poses a threat to Colombia?” Fico pointed out that Cordoba was “trading with kidnapping” and he showed his support to Ingrid Betancourt.

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

“Those who attacked people who kidnapped or murdered, are the people who own peace. We are the masters and masters of war.” I’ve lived my whole existence using weapons other than yours. I have moral authority, I can talk about peace, and I’ll make your allies and friends adhere to the agreements.

Zuluaga makes an appearance on the Gutierrez campaign

Gutierrez’s next issue was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to thank him and to continue his candidacy. I said to him, thank you for your position personally and that I’ll talk to him. However, I will be able to speak to many other sectors that would like to support our candidacy.” He clarified that he was not Uribe’s nominee, but would accept his support.

He said that people who stand up for democracy and freedoms need to be united. I’ll be meeting with teachers, with the cooperative sector, and we are going to show a national agenda to the nation and show what we are able to add”.

Gutierrez during the discussion, reproached Ingrid Betancourt, “who is saying that one is the only good and every other is corrupt or not.”

She rebuked the candidate, saying: “You don’t have to tell my bad intentions, since there’s not a single corruption scandal and I’ve executed a sensiblely-planned policy.” If I’m elected president (which I’m planning to) I will bring together. While I don’t know if they’re from the left or right I will rule with the best.

Then he reacted to Ingrid’s allegations of “being supported by machineries like Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro”. “I am a person of character. He claimed that although he was open to making many alliances with people but he was strong of character to prevent the spread of violence and corruption.

“Petro is acting stupid”

Federico Gutierrez, made a fresh argument in his fight against Gustavo Petro. He said that he’s being accompanied in his pursuit of dominion and extinction by former senator Armando Bidenetti. And when he did get no response, he said that the candidate from Historic Pact “always acts dumb.”

What would health-related candidates have to say?

“Ideology should never prevail. We need dignity for health care,” said the former mayor of Medellin. We’re going to eliminate the waiting times, encourage prevention and health, and articulation between IPS and EPS and implement the Siga system. The model makes use of triage to decide where you’ll be treated according the health condition.

He said that better conditions are needed for health workers , and that they must have “guaranteed connection”. He stated that he wouldn’t eliminate EPS however, he will improve the system of care. He also said that “EPS that is not working is liquidated.”

Relations with America

Answer the question: Are you willing to reconsider your relationship with the United States? Gutierrez replied, “I will maintain a positive, inter-governmental relations with the United States. But there are certain aspects that require to be rethought. We’ll strengthen a system in which production is readily available, so that the relationship is not just one of political but also commercial.

UU is the problem with U.S. today. It is a necessity for us to acknowledge that the world has transformed and that the U.S. can now be able to produce more food, but can also import high-quality goods from other countries.

Gutierrez took advantage of the situation to offer a bid to Petro: “The blockades that you Petro directed to shut down roads have had an impact on the price food items. Many people ask why the chicken or the egg are so expensive. “You have blocked the roads,” Gutierrez claimed.

Gutierrez He, who had previously asserted that Petro was “going to expropriate”, said that Petro’s government would provide low-interest loans for peasants as well as strengthen irrigation districts. The land ownership rights will also be protected.

Candidates ask questions to candidates

Federico Gutierrez had to respond to the position of the Uribe/Duque government: “It is clear that, starting August 7, all that is working, independently of the government, will continue. And what doesn’t work I will make it better.”

He said that security was essential but also integral, and the latter would be combined with the social. If military forces are required to reach a region in which there is conflict every helicopter will be accompanied by the support of social investments.

Gutierrez posted a critique of Petro. He stated that Petro offers them current assistance through Families in Action. Take a look at Venezuela and you’ll see the Chavez model.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, to help improve pensions to improve pension issues, that “the capacity of the state to territorial entities should be utilized to strengthen those money in fixed assets such as roads, schools and roads.” Gutierrez said there was 20 billion pesos of mafia properties, which aren’t subject to the state’s oversight.

He also said this is why I’m putting together a law to have more domain extinction judges and prosecutors, so that that money can be used to fund education, health and pensions for the three million adults who have an income.” In addition, he said that “the resources are available but you must be aware of where they are.”

Are you looking to book an appointment with Pope Francis on the campaign route

The discussion focused on the visit of candidates Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez stated that those who plan to visit the Pope are not going to have a chance to meet him. I am already acquainted with him, but my appointment today is with Colombians I had the pleasure of meeting him in Medellin, during the papal visit. I listened to him a lot the day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The debate ended with the subject of Venezuela. Gutierrez pointed this out: “Maduro has had a relationship with Colombia through the FARC. Eln. dissidents. Piedad. Petro. Maduro is a dictatorship and cannot be recognised as a government. However, there is a reality at border.”

He also stated that vehicle travel should be permitted due to the fact that trade is still taking place, as criminal organizations have been operating an illegal economy. Maduro is not a country with the legal status of a state. The business decisions must be taken at the frontier.

Gutierrez was involved in a new dispute with Petro when they were discussing the issue. He claimed that he would not defend his “allies”, referring to Russia and Syria and Venezuela.

He also decried the idea of decoupling the economy of Colombia from coal and oil, pointing out that it should be a gradual transition not a one-time. “That’s one reason why renewable energy projects such as wind or solar are being developed. are working towards this goal, and are planning to double capacity.

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