Fico Gutierrez and his phrases to Petro Fico Gutierrez: an ally of the FARC Chavista, expropriator and friend of the FARC.

This Sunday’s consultation of the “Team for Colombia” was a success for ‘Fico’ Gutierrez. triumph with 2 160.329. 54.11% of the votes were placed in the process of internal elections.

Gutierrez was present for the first presidential debate candidates after the legislative elections. He was very measured in his responses to Gustavo Petro who won the Historic Pact consultation and Ingrid Betancourt who was an independent candidate. These were his responses.

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The importance of Sunday’s election results

The first subject of the great discussion was to discuss the election results. “It seems to me that we’re on the same side of the second round, which could be a fact of the moment. Fico said he was hopeful that the team will unite and prevail in the first round. “A large portion of the fate of our country is at stake.”

Following the debate, 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.” The coalition we formed was just three months old, and was the youngest. We are only a few seconds away, only a million votes away from the Historic Pact, it is quite clear that we are the only ones that will be able to go to the second round to face these populist and authoritarian policies like those of Petro.”

There are some tough questions to Petro

Federico Gutierrez challenged Gustavo Petro’s decision to not include Piedad Cordoba in the list. “How are they going to claim that you aren’t accepting corrupt persons on the lists in the event that Piedad Cordoba was on the list when he was negotiating for the lives of a lot of kidnapped individuals, and when he became a member of the Chavez regime, which poses an omen for Colombia?” Fico noted that Cordoba was “trading with kidnapping”, and stood in solidarity to Ingrid Betancourt.

Gutierrez launched a brutal attack on Petro and called him a ally of the FARC.

“Those who attack the innocent as well as those who kidnapped, extorted money and murdered are the masters and owners of the war. In , I’ve carried out a task, which is different from you, I have moral authority to speak about peace and I will abide by the agreements and ensure that the FARC along with your allies and friends comply, because they have not complied with the peace accord.”

Zuluaga is spotted at the Gutierrez campaign

Gutierrez’s second topic was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to congratulate him and also to support his candidacy. I told him to I thank you for your position personally and that I would speak to him. However, I will be able to meet with a number of other sectors that would like to support our candidacy.” Gutierrez clarified that he was not Uribe’s nominee, but would welcome the support of Uribe.

He also said: “Those of us who believe in freedom and democracy need to be united. I will have a meeting with teachers. Together with the cooperative, we’ll present a national agenda to the people of the country and demonstrate that we have more we can do.

Gutierrez in the middle of the discussion was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt to “whom is saying that one can be the only righteous one” and “that all people are corrupt or evil.”

The candidate was rebuked by telling him, “You don’t need to claim that I am a bad person since I don’t have a single corruption scandal and I’ve done an appropriate policy.” If elected president and I’m planning to be, I’ll join. It could be left-handed or the center, but I will rule with the most effective.

Ingrid later made allegations against him for “being supported” by machines like Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro. He responded, “I’m a man of character. He said, “I will make many alliances, but I’ve got the character to not allow violence or corruption.”

“Petro is acting stupid”

Federico Gutierrez, in an attempt to highlight Gustavo Petro, stated that Gustavo Petro is accompanied by Armando Beenedetti, an ex-senator who initiated a process of extinction. He claimed that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb” when he didn’t get any response.

What would health candidates suggest?

The former mayor of Medellin presented his concept of a health system for the nation: “Ideology should not prevail and we should have respect in the health system. We’ll end the waiting and we will implement prevention and health promotion, articulation avec the IPS, EPS, implement Siga model where triage is done, and it is determined where you will be treated depending on your illness.

He also noted that it was crucial to improve the conditions of healthcare personnel and “that there are assurances of linking” and clarified that he will not be cutting EPS but will improve healthcare delivery systems. He added, however, that “EPS which fails to function is dissolved.”

Relations with the United States

In response to the question: Would you reconsider your relations with the United States? Gutierrez said, “I’m going maintain a close, bipartisan relationship with the United States. Certain issues require rethinking. We plan to reform the production system so it can be both commercial and political.

UU is the reason that is what makes the U.S. so problematic today. It makes us realize that the world has changed and that there exists a country that can produce more food, and export products of high quality.

Gutierrez took advantage of the opportunity for Petro to launch a new bid “The blocks, which Petro ordered to shut to traffic, caused an effect on the price of food. He said that people often wonder why eggs and chicken are so expensive because they were blocked by roads.

Gutierrez reiterated the notion that Petro “is going expropriate” and stated that low-cost loans will be made available to peasants under his government. He also noted that the irrigation districts will be strengthened but land ownership will be respected, and that Petro will insist that Petro “is going to be propriate”.

Questions from candidates to candidates

Federico Gutierrez was then able to articulate his views to the Uribe’s and Duque governments: “I am absolutely clear that from August 7, everything that works, independent the government, is going to continue. What doesn’t work, I will improve it.”

He also said that the concept of security was crucial, but essential and that he would mix it with social investment. Social investment can help three helicopters to arrive in conflict areas if military forces are required to arrive.

Gutierrez criticised Petro for declaring that they should offer the assistance they currently receive through Families in Action. It declared that it should ensure that the family has the minimum amount of vitality in energy, water and food, but not to force him to give up his life and cause him to become poor. That’s the Chavez Model. Let’s take a look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested that to alleviate pensions Gutierrez suggested that the “state’s capabilities be transferred to territories to boost the amount of money invested in fixed assets such as schools and roads. He also stated that 20 billion pesos worth of mafia assets do not fall controlled by the state.

He said that he would make a law that would allow the appointment of more domain-extinction judges and prosecutor, so that the money can be used for health and education as well as pensions for three million who are pensioners. He concluded that the “resources are there, you just need understand what they are.”

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

The discussion focused on the visit of candidates such as Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez made this point, stating that “those who are scheduled to meet the Pope are there because they haven’t met the pope.” I am already acquainted with him, but my meeting today is with the Colombians, I already received him in Medellin, during the papal visit and I was listening to him for a long time during that time.”

Relations with Venezuela

The closing discussion was about the relations with Venezuela, to which Gutierrez stated: “Maduro’s relationship with Colombia has been through the FARC, the Eln dissidents, the FARC, Piedad and Petro. Maduro is a dictatorship cannot be recognized as government. It is however possible to envision an actual border. said that traffic on the roads should also be allowed due to trade issues, which are still occurring since criminal organizations maintain operating an illegal economy. Maduro does not have the status of a government. The business decisions must be taken on the spot at the frontier.

Gutierrez in his discussion of the subject, got into an argument with Petro and noted that he is silent in his defense of “his allies,” in reference to Russia, Syria and Venezuela, among other countries.

He also criticized the idea of decoupling Colombia from coal and oil. He also said it shouldn’t be completed in one sitting. “That’s the reason why renewable energy initiatives are being done in the form of solar and wind. There are steps being taken to achieve this, and we’re planning to increase the capacity by a third.”

Gutierrez as a way to say goodbye in his farewell speech, stated: “Petro. You are Chavez, Maduro, but not Uribe nor Duque. I am the president of the Colombians.”