Fico Gutierrez, and his remark to Petro: friend of the FARC Chavista, expropriator and friend of the FARC.

“Fico” Gutierrez won on Sunday, during the discussion of the “Team for Colombia” with a vote total of ‘160.329. Votes, which is equal to 54.1 percentage.

Gutierrez was present at the first debate between presidential candidates after the legislative elections. He was very measured with Gustavo Petro who won the Historic Pact consultation and Ingrid Betancourt who was an independent candidate. These were the questions he asked.

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Important Sunday’s Election Results

The debate started by analyzing Sunday’s election results. “It seems like we have one hand in the second round. This is a fact of politics. Fico stated that his intention was to join forces and win the first round because so much of the country’s at risk. He added that he will take the win with humility

After that issue There was talk of possibility of winning the first round. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate claimed that the figures speak for the numbers. It’s been three years since the formation of our coalition. We’re only a few minutes away from the Historic Pact. This makes it very clear who our coalition is and whether we will be facing popular or authoritarian initiatives like Petro.

Petro: Tough Questions

Federico Gutierrez asked Gustavo Petro about Piedad Cordoba’s inclusion on his lists. “How is it possible to claim that you do not support any person with a criminal record in the list, when Piedad Cordoba is negotiating with so many kidnapped people and has joined the Chavez government, which poses dangerous to Colombia?” Fico pointed out that Cordoba was “trading with kidnapping” and was in support of Ingrid Betancourt.

Gutierrez has launched a vicious attack on Petro, calling him a friend of the FARC.

“Those who have attacked others or those who kidnapped people, extorted, murdered, are the people who own peace. We are the masters and masters of the war.” In my own life, I’ve wielded a weapon, different from you, I am morally able to talk about peace, and I will abide by the agreements and I will make the FARC along with your allies and friends comply, because they have not complied with the peace accord.”

Zuluaga’s entry into the Gutierrez Campaign

The second topic Gutierrez discussed was the addition of Oscar Ivan Zuluaga to his campaign: “Zuluaga called me to congratulate me and to adhere to his candidacy. I told me that I was pleased with his personal status. However, I was keen to talk to him.

He went on to say, “Those of you who defend freedoms and democracy should be united.” I’ll be meeting with teachers and the cooperative sector. We are going to show the nation a common agenda for the nation and demonstrate that we can add”.

Gutierrez, in middle of the discussion, criticised Ingrid Betancourt, “who is saying one is only good, and that everyone else is corrupt or not.”

She reproached the candidate by declaring, “You don’t need to me to tell you that I’m a bad guy because I haven’t had a single corruption scandal and I’ve done an appropriate policy.” If I’m elected president, and I will be in the near future, I will join. While I’m not sure which of them are on the right or left I plan to rule with the best.

Ingrid then made accusations against him for “being assisted” by machines like Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro. He said, “I’m a man of character. stated that, although he will form many alliances but he’s a man of character who will not allow corruption or violence to be a part of them.

“Petro plays dumb”

Federico Gutierrez launched a new claim at Gustavo Petro, stating that Gustavo Petro is accompanied, along with others, by Armando Benedetti (an ex-senator with an idea for the demise of dominion). And when he did not receive any response He said that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”

What do health-related candidates suggest?

The idea for a national health system was outlined by the mayor who was previously in charge of Medellin: “Ideology must not prevail. There must be respect and dignity when it comes to health services. We’d like to remove the barriers, promote prevention and health promotion, articulation, and EPS through the IPS/EPS and adopt the Siga Model, where triage is carried out and decides where you will be treated depending on the illness.

He said that it is crucial to have more favorable conditions for health professionals and “that they are guaranteed to be linking” and clarified that he will not end EPS, but will continue to enhance the health system. He also said that “EPS that is not working is dissolved.”

Relations with the United States

To the question: Will you reconsider your relationship with the United States? Gutierrez said, “I intend to maintain a good and bipartisan relationship with America.” However, some issues must be reconsidered. We will try to create a system that has production in the country. This will allow for more of a political and commercial relation.

UU is the current issue in the U.S. forces us all to acknowledge that the world has transformed and the U.S. can now be in a position to not only produce more food items, but also bring high-quality products from abroad.

Gutierrez made use of the opportunity offered by Petro to launch a new bid “The blocks that Petro ordered to shut to traffic, caused an effect on the price of food items. It is often a mystery to people what is the reason chicken and eggs are so costly. He said it was due to the fact that the roads were closed.

Gutierrez confirmed that Petro “is going to expropriate” and also stated that affordable loans would be granted to peasants under his government. He also noted that irrigation districts would be strengthened but land ownership will be respected, and that Petro will insist that Petro “is going propriate”.

Questions from candidates to applicants

Federico Gutierrez was then able to explain his position to the Uribe and Duque governments: “I am absolutely clear that starting on August 7, everything that works, independent the government, will remain, and what doesn’t work, I will change it.”

He stated that while security is essential however, it is not the only thing. He also said that he would combine the social with security. For every helicopter that is spotted in conflict zones, there are three more thanks to social investment.

Gutierrez posted a scathing critique of Petro who claimed that providing them with the aid they currently receive, via Families in Action, is alms: “To the extent that the state is involved it, it should ensure that the family receives the basic necessities of water, and energy, but not tell the family to provide him with a market for life, and leave him in poverty. ‘s the Chavez model. Look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez proposed that to improve the issue of pensions, “to transfer the state’s capacity to territorial entities to increase the amount of money in fixed asset such as roads or schools.” He added that the 20 billion pesos in mafia assets are not controlled by the state. said: That’s why we will have more domain extinct lawyers and judges. This money can then be used to help fund education, health, or even the system of pensions that covers the three million people with pensions for retirement. He added that there were resources available, but you have to know where they are.

Are you available to meet the Pope while in the campaign?

The discussion focused on the trip of the presidential hopefuls Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez emphasized this in his remarks that “those who are expected to visit the Pope are there because they don’t know the pope.” While I am familiar with him, my appointment today is with Colombians. I was able to meet the Pope in Medellin during the papal visit, and I was capable of listening to him quite a lot during the visit.”

Relations with Venezuela

The last topic was the relationship between Venezuela and Venezuela. Gutierrez said that Maduro’s relations with Colombia have been through the FARC (the Eln), dissidents, and Petro. Maduro isn’t a government because it is a dictatorship. But, there’s an actual reality in the border region.”

He stated that the use of vehicles should not be restricted because of the problem of trade that is occurring as a result of criminal groups that run an unregulated economy. Maduro has not been recognized by the government. Business decisions should be taken at or near the border.

Gutierrez during a heated debate over the issue, had the opportunity to engage in a new dispute with Petro. He noted that he is unable to defend “his ally” Russia, Syria, Venezuela and others.

He also opposed the notion of separating the Colombian economy from oil and coal and said that it must be a gradual transition, and not all at one time. “That is why renewable energy projects such as solar and wind are being developed. We are moving toward this goal and we are planning to double our capacity.

Gutierrez delivered a farewell address: “Petro, You are Chavez and Maduro however, I am neither Uribe or Duque.” I am the president of the Colombians.”