The consultation of the Team for Colombia’ saw Fico Gutierrez triumph by winning a majority vote of more than 2 ’160.329. votes, which is equivalent to 54.1 percent of the total of the votes that were deposited in the internal election process of this coalition.
Gutierrez was at the first presidential debate candidates following the legislative election. He was extremely measured with Gustavo Petro who won the Historic Pact consultation and Ingrid Betancourt who was an independent candidate. These were his responses.
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Importance of Sunday’s results in the election
The initial topic of the discussion was to discuss the election results. “It appears to us that we have one leg in the second round that is a real fact of the political world. Fico stated that his intention was to unite and to win the first round since so many people in the country are at risk. Fico also said that he takes the victory with a sense of humility
After that issue was air, the possibility of winning in the first round was discussed. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate claimed: “The numbers speak for them.” Three years have passed since we formed the foundation of our coalition. We are just a few seconds from signing the Historic Pact. It is evident that we’re the ones who can face the populist and authoritarian initiatives such as Petro in the second round.
Petro has difficult questions
Federico Gutierrez, questioned during the debate the decision of Gustavo Petro to include Piedad Cordoba on his list. “How do 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 is an affront to Colombia?” Fico affirmed his solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.
Gutierrez later launched a scathing criticism of Petro and called him a “friend of the FARC”:
“Those who have attacked individuals or those who abducted the innocent, who extorted and killed are the owners of peace. We are the masters of conflict. In my life I have used a weapon that was different from you, I have moral authority to discuss peace and I will abide by the agreements, and oblige the FARC as well as your friends and allies adhere to the agreement, as they have not complied with the peace treaty.”
Zuluaga is spotted at the Gutierrez campaign
Gutierrez’s next issue was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to thank him and also to support his candidacy. I told him that I was thankful for the personal position. I’d like to talk to him. He said that he didn’t support Uribe, but that he will still admit his support.
He said: “Those who are committed to democracy and freedoms must stand together.” I will have a meeting with teachers. Alongside the cooperative, we’ll present a national agenda to the people of the country and demonstrate that we have more we can do.
Gutierrez at the center of the debate, challenged Ingrid Betancourt “who is saying that there is only one good one and that everyone is corrupt or bad.”
“You do not have to convince me that I’m not doing anything right since I haven’t had one corrupt incident and have implemented a well-designed policy,” she said. She also asked the presidential candidate: Was there really one good thing in Central America? If https://www.onfeetnation.com/profiles/blogs/fico-gutierrez-continues-his-victory-over-the-voters-he-advance-2 ‘m elected president (which I’m planning to), I will unify. While I’m not sure if they come from the right or left, I intend to govern in the best way possible.
Ingrid then accused the actor of being “supported by machineries such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro”. “I am a person with character. He said he’d form many alliances, but he also stated that he has the character to resist violence and corruption.
“Petro is playing dumb”
Federico Gutierrez launched a new claim to Gustavo Petro, stating that he is accompanied, among other people by Armando Benedetti (an ex-senator who has an idea for the demise of dominion). When he received no response, he claimed that the candidate of Historic Pact “always acts dumb.”
What are the plans of health candidates?
The mayor who was the former mayor of Medellin proposed his vision of a health system in the nation: “Ideology should not prevail and we should have respect when it comes to health care. We’re going to stop the wait times, we’re going to conduct prevention and promotion of health, and articulation with the IPS and EPS Implement the Siga model, where the triage process is completed and the location is decided upon. you’ll be treated according to your disease “.
He said that better conditions are needed for health workers , and they should have “guaranteed linkage”. He stated that he will not end EPS however, he will strengthen the care system. But, he also said that “EPS that is not working” will be eliminated.
Relations with the United States
Answered the question: Should your relationship with the United States be rethought? Gutierrez said he will continue to maintain a bipartisan, positive relationship towards the United States. There are however some issues that need to be considered. We are going to strengthen the system of production within the country, in order to make the relationship not just commercial but also political”
UU is the issue with U.S. today. It makes us realize that the world has changed, and there’s an emerging nation that could not only produce more food, and export products of high quality.
https://adi.com.ng/members/fico-gutierrezgpvh396/activity/737724/ used this opportunity to make another bid to Petro. “The blocks that you Petro placed on roads to shut them down affected food prices. He said that people often ask why chicken and eggs are so expensive since they were blocked by the roads.
Gutierrez once again claimed that Petro “is poised to expropriate”. He also pointed out that under his administration, peasants will receive cheap loans, irrigation districts, and the ownership of land will be protected.
Questions from candidates for candidates
Federico Gutierrez was then able to clarify his position to the Uribe’s and Duque governments: “I am absolutely clear that starting on August 7th, everything that works, independent the government, will continue, and what doesn’t work, I will change it.”
He stated that while security is essential but it is also an integral part. However, he said that he would mix security with social. If military forces have to enter a territory in which there is conflict each helicopter will arrive with the help of social investments.
Gutierrez has criticized Petro for declaring that they should offer the assistance they currently receive through Families in Action. It said that they must make sure that the family is provided with the minimum vitality of energy, water, and food, and not force the person to give up his life to leave him in poverty. This is the Chavez model. Look at Venezuela.
Gutierrez suggested that in order to improve the pension problem to improve pensions, the “state’s capabilities should be transferred to territories to enhance the value of fixed assets such as roads and schools. He stated that 20 billion pesos belong to mafia-related, and do not require management state-wide.
He also said that “that’s the reason I’m going to pass an act that includes more domain-extinction prosecutors and courts, to ensure that the money is an asset to healthcare, education and the pension systems for the three million adults who have a retirement pension.” He added that “the resources exist, you just need to find them.”
Are you willing to meet the Pope while in the campaign?
The debate was focused on visits by candidates Gustavo Petro (and Rodolfo Gutierrez) to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez claimed that those who will be visiting the Pope do not expect to have a chance to meet him. While I do know his name, my trip today will be with Colombians. In fact I’ve already had the pleasure of meeting him in Medellin during the papal visits , and I was able to listen to him very much that day.”
Relations with Venezuela
The discussion 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 cannot be considered to be as a government since it’s a dictatorship. However, there is a real-world situation in the border.”
He also stated that vehicle travel is necessary because of the issue that trade has been taking place, as criminal organizations keep an illegal business. Maduro is not considered to be a state, but business decisions should be taken on the border.”
Gutierrez was speaking about the matter, was involved in a new clash with Petro in which he claimed that he is silent in his defense of “his allies,” in reference to Russia, Syria and Venezuela, in addition to others.
He also expressed his disapproval of the plan to decouple the Colombian economy form oil and coal. “That’s one of the reasons why renewable energy projects like wind or solar are in the process of being constructed. We are working towards this goal and are looking to double our capacity.
Gutierrez delivered a message of goodbye: “Petro. I will become the president of Colombians.