Mayor of Frontino criticised General Zapateiro’s involvement in an unresolved dispute

Jorge Hugo Elejalde, mayor of Frontino, Antioquia, joined the controversy that has been created by the racial squabble between the presidential candidate Gustavo Petro and the Army commander, General Eduardo Zapateiro, which began with the attack of the Gulf Clan this week in Frontino.

The president was unsure whether the question of the massacre and attack of the seven soldiers is still being debated. Instead they’re focusing their focus on a struggle for power and not on capturing the criminals.

Elejalde declared, “I call on General to stop fighting with presidential candidates in the full Presidential Elections, Generals must concentrate on coming to defend US, put on his boots and go to the polls,”

“I respect the institutions. I respect and love the military. gustavo petro ‘m the one who’s shown the most smiles. However, don’t like the people forgetting their roles , and ignoring their constitutional duties, each one in every one of them and giving politics to politicians.” He said.

The mayor requests Diego Molano, general, and minister, to come to Frontino to have a discussion about violence in the municipality.