Fico Gutierrez and Petro’s phrases: Petro is friend of FARC. Chavista. Expropriator

The Sunday’s meeting of the “Team for Colombia” was a success for ‘Fico’ Gutierrez. win with a total vote 2 160.329. This is equal to 54.1 percent of the total number of votes that were deposited within the internal electoral processes of the coalition.

Gutierrez was at the inaugural debate between presidential candidates following the legislative elections. He was measured with Gustavo Petro and Ingrid Betancourt who won Historic Pact consultation. These were his questions.

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Importance of Sunday’s results in the election

The debate started with an examination of Sunday’s results in the election. “It appears to us that we are on the same side in the second rounds that is a real situation in the political realm. Fico responded, saying that his aim was to win unison during the initial round. This is because much of the country is in danger.

Following the issue, there was talk of possibility of winning the first round. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate pointed out that the figures speak for the numbers. Our coalition was the most recent one, and it’s been around for three months since the last election. We are just seconds away, one million votes away from the Historic Pact. It’s very evident who we are, and who we’ll face in the second round against authoritarian populist initiatives like Petro.

The toughest questions to Petro

Federico Gutierrez questioned Gustavo Petro’s decision to include Piedad Cordoba in his list in the course of the debate. “How are they going to say that you don’t want to accept those who are corrupt in the lists, if Piedad Cordoba was in the list, while he negotiated for the lives of so many kidnapped people, and then when he became a member of the Chavez regime, which poses an issue for Colombia?” Fico noted Ingrid Betancourt’s accusation of Cordoba, and joined in support.

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

“Those who attack the innocent or those who abducted and stole money and killed are the owners and masters of the war. I have lived my entire life with a weapon other than yours. I am morally able, I can talk about peace and will ensure that your friends and allies respect the agreements. of Zuluaga to the Gutierrez campaign

Gutierrez next discussed Oscar Ivan Zuluaga arriving to his campaign. I told him, I appreciate your personal decision and will discuss with him however, I will also be able to meet to talk to many other sectors that want to join our campaign,” he said and said he was not Uribe’s nominee, however he will admit that he is in his.

He said that “Those of us who fight for democracy must stand together.” I’ll meet with teachers, with the cooperative sector. We will present an agenda for the nation and show what we are able to add”.

Gutierrez, while he was discussing the topic when he was discussing the subject, was accused of slandering Ingrid Betancourt for “saying that one is the only good and that all are corrupt or unclean.”

“You don’t have to tell me that I have bad intentions since I haven’t had a single corruption scandal and I’ve implemented a fair policy.” she rebuked the presidential candidate, adding: is there really nobody good in Central America? If elected president which I’m hoping to become, I’ll unite. I’m not sure if the people are from the left or the right, but I’m going to be governing with the best.”

Ingrid accused him of being he was being supported by “machineries like Los Char” and Dilian Francisca Toro. He defended himself. He responded, “I’m a man of character. He added, “I will make many alliances, but I’ve got the character to not allow the use of violence or to allow corruption.”

“Petro is playing stupid”

Federico Gutierrez launched a new point at Gustavo Petro, stating that he is accompanied, among other people, by Armando Benedetti (an ex-senator with an idea for the demise of dominion). When he didn’t receive any response, he said that the candidate of the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”

What suggestions would health experts make?

The concept of a national health system was outlined by the mayor who was previously in charge of Medellin: “Ideology must not be the rule. There must be dignity and respect in health care services. We are going to end the queues, we are going to conduct prevention and health promotion, as well as articulation with the IPS and EPS implement the Siga model, where the triage process is completed and it is determined where you will be treated based on the disease “.

He stated that it was necessary to improve the working conditions of health workers and “ensure that they have linksage guarantees” and stated that he wouldn’t stop EPS however, he will enhance the system in order to provide health care. He also stated that any EPS that DOES not perform is removed.

Relations with the United States

The question was answered: Will your relationship with the United States be rethought? Gutierrez said, “I will maintain a good, inter-governmental relationship with the United States. Some issues must be rethought. We will try to create a system that has production across the country. This will result in a stronger commercial and political relations.

“The problem with the U.S. today is UU. It makes us realize that the world has changed and that there is an country that is able to produce more food but could export top quality goods.

Gutierrez used the opportunity to offer a bid to Petro: “The blockades that you Petro directed to shut down roads had an effect on the price food items. People often wonder what is the reason chicken and eggs are so costly. He said it was because the roads were blocked.

Gutierrez reiterated the fact that Petro “is going to take over” and also stated that affordable loans will be made available to the poor under his administration. Gutierrez also said that irrigation districts would be strengthened but land ownership will be respected, and that Petro will insist that Petro “is going to be a propriate”.

Questions from candidates to the candidates

Federico Gutierrez was the one to state his position to the Duque/Uribe government. stated: “I am certain that starting August 7, everything is working, independent of the government,” he said.

He added, “The concept of security is vital, yet essential, and I would blend them with the social.” If military forces are required to enter a territory in which there conflicts, for every helicopter that arrives at least three helicopters will arrive through the aid of social investments.”

Gutierrez has criticized Petro for saying that they should give them the help they have received through Families in Action. It stated that it must ensure that the family has the minimum vitality of energy, water, and food, and not force him to give up his life to leave him in poverty. Check out Venezuela and you will see the Chavez model.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, in order to strengthen the pension issue, “to take the state’s capabilities to territorial bodies to help strengthen that money in fixed assets such as roads and schools. He said that 20 billion pesos are mafia-related assets, which don’t need to be handled across the entire state.

He also stated that’s the reason we’ll need more domain extinction lawyers and judges. The money will be used to fund education, health, or the pension system that covers the three million people who are retired and have pensions. He added, “The resources are there. You just need to know where they’re.”

Do you want to make an appointment with Pope Francis on the campaign route

The discussion focused on the visit of candidates Gustavo Petro, Rodolfo Gutierrez and Pope Francis. In this regard, Fico Gutierrez pointed out that “those who plan to meet with Pope Francis is because they are not familiar with the Pope. I already know the Pope, however my visit today is with Colombians I have already met him in Medellin, during the papal visit, and I was listening to him for a long time during that time.”

Relations with Venezuela

The final subject of the discussion was Venezuela’s relationship. Gutierrez stated that Maduro’s relationship with Colombia was through the FARC and the Eln, dissidents in addition to Piedad, Petro. Maduro cannot be considered to be as a state because it’s a dictatorship. However, there is a real-world situation on the other side of the border.”

He added that “for that, vehicular traffic should be permitted because of the issue of trade, which continues to be a problem, due to the illegal economy is maintained by criminal organizations. Maduro is not recognized as a state. However, business decisions must be made at crossings.

Gutierrez and Petro had a new argument on the subject, pointing out that Petro is too silent to speak out in defense of “his allies” which refers specifically to Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Venezuela.

He also criticized the idea of dissociating the Colombian economy from coal and oil in a statement that said it should be a gradual transition, and not all at one time. “That is why renewable energy projects like wind and solar are being undertaken. We are making progress toward this goal and hope to double our capacity.

Gutierrez as a way to say goodbye, said the following: “Petro. You are Chavez, Maduro, but not Uribe, nor Duque. I am the president to Colombians.” Colombians.”