Fico Gutierrez, with his words to Petro – friend of FARC Chavista, expropriator, friend of FARC

“Fico” Gutierrez won this Sunday, in the discussion of the ‘Team for Colombia’ with a vote total of 2 ‘160.329. This is equal to 54.1% from the total number of votes that were deposited in the electoral process internal to of the coalition.

Gutierrez attended the first presidential debate candidates after the legislative elections. He was questioned by Gustavo Petro (who won the Historic Pact consultation) and Ingrid Betancourt (an independent candidate). These were his answers.

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The importance of Sunday’s election results

The great debate began with an analysis of the Sunday’s election results. “It seems to me that we are on the same page in the second round, which can be a political reality. However, my hope was to be united and win in the first round, because a lot of the country is at the stake,” said Fico, who also said that he takes the victory “with confidence.”

Following the discussion, the likelihood of winning in round one was debated. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate said: “The numbers speak for them.” Our coalition was just three months of age. We’re only a few two seconds away from a million votes away from the Historic Pact. It’s very evident who we are, and who we’ll face in the second round of elections against authoritarian and populist projects such as Petro.

Petro faces tough questions

Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate about the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba in his lists. “How can you say you will not accept anyone who is corrupt in the list when Piedad Cordoba is included and he has been involved with the Chavez regime, which is danger to Colombia?” Fico affirmed his solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.

Gutierrez has launched a vicious attack on Petro He accused him of being a ally of the FARC.

“Those who attacked other people, those who kidnapped or coerced people into kill are the rightful owners of peace. We are masters of war. I have employed weapons in my own life that was different from yours. I have moral authority and the right to talk about peace. I will make the FARC and your allies and friends to comply because they have not complied with their peace agreements.

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The second topic Gutierrez discussed was the addition of Oscar Ivan Zuluaga to his campaign: “Zuluaga called me to felicitate me and to pledge to his candidacy. I assured me that I was pleased with his personal position. But, I wanted to talk to him.

He stated: “Those who are committed to democracy and freedoms must stand together.” I’ll meet with teachers. In the cooperative sector they are going show the country a national agenda and show how we can add to it.

Gutierrez, in middle of the debate, criticized Ingrid Betancourt, “who is saying one is only good one, and everyone is corrupt or bad.”

She reproached the candidate by declaring, “You don’t need to claim that I’m a bad guy since I don’t have a single corruption scandal and have followed an appropriate policy.” If I become president, as I’m going to be, I will unite. I’m not certain if they are left-leaning or right, but I’m going to be governing with the highest quality.”

Ingrid was then accused of him that he was “being supported” by machines such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro. “I am a man with personality. He claimed that he could join many alliances however, he also said that his character is strong enough to resist corruption and violence.

“Petro is playing dumb”

Federico Gutierrez made a new argument regarding Gustavo Petro. He stated that he was accompanied by Armando Benedetto, an ex-senator and is part of an effort to end dominion. He claimed that the Candidate of the Historic Pact “always plays dumb” when he doesn’t receive any response.

What are the health-related ideas that health professionals offer?

The former Medellin mayor shared his vision of a country’s health system “Ideology must not be the rule. We must have dignity in our health services. We would like to get rid of the lines, encourage prevention, health promotion, articulation, and EPS with the IPS/EPS, and adopt the Siga Model where triage takes place and determines the best place to treat you based on the disease.

He said that it was necessary to improve the working conditions of health workers and “ensure that they have linksage security” and clarified that he won’t end EPS but will improve the efficiency of the system for providing care. He added, however, that “EPS that is not working is dissolved.”

Relations with the United States

Answer the question Is it possible to reconsider your relationship with the United States? Gutierrez responded: “I’m going to maintain an open, bipartisan relationship with the United States. However, there are certain aspects that require to be reconsidered. We’ll be able to build an environment that allows for production in the country so that the relationship is not just one of commercial, but also political”

UU is the main problem in the U.S. of today. it makes us realize that the world has changed and that they are a nation that could produce more food consumption, but also provide high-quality goods to the world.”

Gutierrez took advantage of the chance for Petro to launch a second bid “The blocks, which Petro ordered to shut down the roads, had an impact on the cost of food items. People ask what the reason is for why chicken or egg is so costly. “You blocked the roads,” Gutierrez claimed.

Gutierrez repeatedly stated that Petro “is about to expropriate”. He pointed out that under his government the poor will get low-cost loans, irrigation districts, and the ownership of land will be secured.

Questions for candidates

Federico Gutierrez had to respond to the government’s Uribe/Duque position: “It is clear that beginning on August 7, everything that’s working, which is independent of the government, will continue. And what doesn’t work I will work to improve it.”

He also said that “the notion of security is essential but it is integral, and I would mix it with the social. Three helicopters will arrive with social investment if the military is required to be deployed in an area of conflict.

Gutierrez condemned Petro for declaring that they should provide them the help they have received via Families in Action. It said that they must make sure that the family enjoys the minimum vitality of water, energy and food, but not to force him to give up his life to cause him to become poor. That’s the Chavez model, and take a take a look at Venezuela.”

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested to enhance the pension system, “to transfer the state’s ability to territorial entities to strengthen this capital in fixed assets such as schools, roads or roads.” Gutierrez also said that there are 20 million dollars worth of mafia assets that could be managed by the government.

He said that “that’s the reason I’m going to pass legislation that will have more domain-extinction prosecutors and courts, to ensure that the money is assets to education, healthcare and the pension system for the three million adult who have a retirement pension.” Then he concluded that “resources are there but you must know what they are.”

Are you interested in making an appointment with Pope Francis while on the campaign trail

The debate focused on the possibility of the visit of the presidential candidates Gustavo Petro, Rodolfo Gutierrez and Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez said that those who are planning to visit Pope Francis are doing so because they do not have any idea about him. Although I am familiar with him, my appointment today is with Colombians. In fact I’ve already had the pleasure of meeting him in Medellin as part of the papal visits and I was able to listen to him very much that day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The discussion concluded with the discussion of Venezuelan relations. Gutierrez noted that Maduro had been in contact with Colombia through the FARC, Eln, dissidents Piedad and Petro. Maduro, which is a dictatorship cannot be considered to be a government. But there is a reality at the border.”

He added that “for that, vehicular traffic is required because of the issue of trade, which continues to occur, as the economy that is illegal is run by criminal groups. Maduro has not been acknowledged by the authorities. Business decisions have to be taken at or near the border. has a new battle with Petro when they were discussing the issue. He said that he would not defend his “allies” which referred to Russia and Syria and Venezuela.

He also criticized the notion of decoupling the economy of Colombia from coal and oil and argued that it should be a gradual change and not just one-time. “That’s why we’re engaged in renewable energy projects, like solar and wind. We are moving toward this goal and hope to increase our capacity by a third.

Gutierrez in his farewell, said the following: “Petro. You are Chavez, Maduro, but not Uribe, nor Duque. I am the president of the Colombians.”