Fico Gutierrez, his phrases to Petro as friend and expropriator of FARC and chavista

The consultation on Sunday of the “Team for Colombia” saw ‘Fico’ Gutierrez take the victory with 2 160.329. 54.11% of votes were cast during the internal electoral process.

Gutierrez was in attendance at the inaugural debate of presidential candidates after the legislative elections. He was judged by Gustavo Petro (who won the Historic Pact consultation) and Ingrid Betancourt (an independent candidate). These were the questions he asked.

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Important importance of Sunday’s elections results

The debate was a great one, beginning by analyzing Sunday’s election results. “It seems to me that we’re on the same side of the next round. This can be a fact of the moment. Fico stated that he hoped that the team could come together and prevail in the first round. “A lot of the country’s fate is in the balance.”

After the issue was raised it was suggested that the possibility of winning the first round of elections was mentioned. The presidential candidate of Team for Colombia stated: “The numbers are clear. Our coalition was one of the smallest and it’s been around for three months. We’re still a few seconds of the Historic Pact. This makes it clear what our coalition is, and whether we will have to face popular or authoritarian initiatives like Petro.

Petrol: Questions that are difficult

Federico Gutierrez asked Gustavo Petro about Piedad Cordoba’s inclusion in his lists. “How can you say that you don’t accept any corrupt individual in the list if Piedad Cordoba has negotiated with a number of kidnapped persons and joined the Chavez government, which is a danger to Colombia?” ” Fico said. Fico and stood in the solidarity of Ingrid Betancourt, who accused Cordoba of “trading in kidnapping”.

Gutierrez then made a scathing attack on Petro and called Petro as a “friend” of the FARC.

“Those who assaulted other people and those who abducted, extorted and killed are the owners to peace. We, the masters, of war.” In my life I have wielded a weapon, distinct from you. I am morally able to speak about peace and I’ll abide by the agreements and I will make the FARC as well as your allies , and your friends adhere to the agreement, as they are not fulfilling the peace treaty.”

Zuluaga is spotted on the Gutierrez campaign

Gutierrez next discussed Oscar Ivan Zuluaga arriving to his campaign. thanked him for his personal position. I’ll speak to him. However, I’m going to speak to a number of other sectors who are interested in joining our campaign.” Gutierrez added, clarifying that he wasn’t Uribe’s nominee, but would welcome his support.

He said: “Those of us who defend democracy and freedoms have to stand together. I will meet teachers and members of the cooperative sector. We are going to present a national agenda for the country and showcase what we can accomplish.”

Gutierrez during the debate, criticized Ingrid Betancourt, “who is saying one is only good, and that everyone else is corrupt or not.”

The candidate was rebuked by saying, “You don’t need to tell [me] that I’m a bad guy when I don’t have one corruption scandal and have followed the right thing with my policy.” If I am elected president, like I’m planning to become, we will unify. I’m not sure if the people are left-leaning or right, but I’m going to rule in the best way possible.”

Ingrid later made allegations against him for “being assisted” by machines like Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro. “I am a person of character. He stated that he would make many alliances, however, he also said that he has the character to resist violence and corruption.

“Petro plays dumb”

Federico Gutierrez made a new claim about Gustavo Petro. He stated that he was accompanied by Armando Benedetto, a former senator who is involved in an effort to end dominion. When he did not receive any response, he declared that the candidate for Historic Pact “always plays stupid.”

What are the proposals of health-related candidates?

“Ideology must not prevail. We need dignity for health services,” said the former mayor of Medellin. We are going to end the queues, we are going to conduct prevention and health promotion, and articulation with the IPS and EPS implement the Siga model, where triage is done and the location is decided upon. you are going to be treated according to your illness “.

He said that it was necessary to improve conditions for health workers and “ensure that they are provided with linksage security” and clarified that he won’t end EPS however, he will improve the efficiency of the system for providing healthcare. He also stated that any EPS that DOES not perform is removed.

Relations with America

To the question: Do you think about changing your relationships with the United States. Gutierrez said, “I will maintain a positive, inter-governmental relations with the United States. There are however certain aspects that require to be considered. We’ll be able to build a system where there is production in the country, so that the relationship is not only political but commercial”

UU is what can make the U.S. so problematic today. It makes us realize that the world is changing, and that the U.S. is a country which can produce more food however, it is able to export high-quality goods abroad.

Gutierrez utilized the opportunity offered by Petro to launch a new bid “The blocks, which Petro ordered to shut to traffic, caused an affect on the cost of food. People are asking why the chicken or egg is so expensive. “You shut down the roads,” Gutierrez claimed.

Gutierrez again insisted that Petro “is going to take over” and said that, under his government the government will provide loans at a low cost given to peasants, irrigation districts will be strengthened and land ownership will be respected.

Questions for candidates

Federico Gutierrez was the one to explain his position in front of the Uribe/Duque government. He declared: “I am certain that starting August 7, everything will be working independently of the government,” he said.

He stated, “The concept of security is important, yet integral as well, and I’d blend them with the social.” Three helicopters are expected to arrive with social investment in the event that troops are needed to be deployed in the conflict zone.

Gutierrez posted a critique of Petro. He said that Petro offers them current aid via Families in Action. Check out Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, in order improve the issue of pensions, that the state be capable of transferring its resources to territorial entities to aid in strengthening the funds in fixed resources, such as schools and roads. Gutierrez claimed that there was 20 billion pesos in mafia assets, that are not subject to the state’s oversight.

He said that he would also create a law for additional domain extinction prosecutors. The money will be used to finance health and education, as well as the pension system for 3 million pensioners. He said there were resources available but you need to know the location of them.

Meetings with Pope Francis during the campaign?

The debate was about the visit of presidential candidates Gustavo Petro or Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez emphasized this in his remarks that “those who are scheduled to meet the Pope will be there because they don’t know the Pope.” Even though I know him, my appointment today involves the Colombians. Fico Gutierrez pointed out that although I am personally acquainted with him but my visit with him today will be in the presence of Colombians.

Relations with Venezuela

The discussion concluded with the topic of Venezuela. Gutierrez pointed this out: “Maduro has had a relationship with Colombia through the FARC. Eln. dissidents. Piedad. Petro. is not, as I see it be acknowledged by the government since it is an absolute dictatorship. There is however a real world at the frontier.”

He said that traffic on the roads must be allowed because of the trade issue which is being dealt with by criminal organizations. Maduro is not recognized as a legitimate government. However, business decisions must be taken at the borders.

Gutierrez and Petro had a new argument regarding the issue, pointing out that Petro is not willing to defend “his allies” in particular, specifically Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Venezuela.

He also criticized the notion of separating the Colombian economy from oil and coal and said that it must be a gradual transition, and not all at once. “That is why renewable energy projects like wind and solar are in the works. We are making steps toward that end, and we will double the capacity.

Gutierrez sent a goodbye message: “Petro. I will be the president of the Colombians.”