Duque claims Petro de using his job to fight the army. Duque proposes that Petro should be fired.

The president was to withdraw from Asofundos about pensions. But, instead, http://b3.zcubes.com/v.aspx?mid=8233798 was able to talk about politics following an unexpected interruption by a elected congressman.

President Ivan Duque’s closing remarks at the Asofondos congress in Cartagena did not go as per the program. Instead, he spoke about politics and the ways in which. http://mediball.hu/members/gustavo-petroeica919/activity/575125/ was criticised for making use of his chair to criticize the army, and he also criticized the fact that he’s also a presidential candidate as well as a congressman.

petro gustavo confronted him to question him about his plans after General Eduardo Zapateiro’s comment against Gustavo Petro’s.

“Article 219 bans military forces from taking sides, taking part in democratic debates, or taking part in political debates. The country is angry. It’s a crucial moment that General Zapateiro did,” Sanchez said as Sanchez held up his phone to broadcast all the events through his Facebook account.

The president reacted to the commotion with a strong defense of Zapateiro. He said anyone with allegations against members of public force personnel must be brought to trial.

Petro’s double status as a congressman and head of the opposition today was criticized by President Duque.

“Who made the accusations?” Is it a senator or someone running for office? The president said that I had resigned as a member of Congress after winning the popular consultation. for this was that I wanted to be able as a candidate to freely express my opinion and not wear the double helmet to attack the institution and then paint myself as a victim. This is not democratic.”

Sanchez tried to stay on the right side of the debate, but the president intervened and demanded Sanchez respect the rules.

How did the fight to defend Petro and Zapateiro begin?

Petro shared the message below via his networks, April 20, 2010. “While soldiers are being murdered by Gulf Clan, some generals are on the payroll of the clan. Drug traffickers are those who make it appear like the leaders have been infiltrated,” the presidential candidate wrote.

The following Friday, Zapateiro reacted in the same way: “Senator, do not make use of your investment (parliamentary inviolability) to try to politicize the deaths of our soldiers, rather do your duty as a citizen by filing a providing a substantiated report to the Prosecutor’s office of the facts that you mention regardless of who you are.”