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

With a vote count of 2 ‘160.329, ‘Fico’ Gutierrez won the Sunday consultation of the”Team for Colombia’. 54.11% of votes were deposited during the internal electoral process.

Gutierrez was in attendance at the first debate of presidential candidates following the legislative elections. He was measured against Gustavo Petro, the winner of the Historic Pact consultation, as well as Ingrid Betancourt – an independent candidate. These were his replies.

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Important Sunday’s Election Results

The first topic in the debate was to look at Sunday’s results in the election. “It seems to me that we have one foot at the second round, which could be a fact of the moment. My hope is that we come together and win in the first round, as a lot of the country is at risk,” said Fico, who added that he receives the win “with humbleness.”

Following , there was talk of the possibility of winning the initial round. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate pointed out that the figures speak for the numbers. It’s been three years since we formed the foundation of our coalition. We’re only a few minutes away of the Historic Pact. This makes it very clear who our coalition is, and whether we will have to face popular or authoritarian initiatives like Petro.

Petro faces difficult questions

Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate regarding the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba on his list. “How can you say that you don’t accept any person who is corrupt in the list, when Piedad Cordoba has worked with a number of kidnapped persons and joined the Chavez government, which is a danger to Colombia?” Fico declared his support for Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.

Gutierrez unleashed a brutal assault on Petro, calling him a friend of the FARC.

“Those who slayed others, those who kidnapped or forced people to commit kill are the rightful owners of of peace. We’re masters of war. I have had a weapon different to you in my life. I have moral authority for peace talks and will make the FARC, friends, and allies to comply, as they have not abided by the peace treaty.

Zuluaga and Gutierrez arrive

Gutierrez’s next issue was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to express his congratulations and to continue his candidacy. I said to him, thank you for your position personally, and I will talk to him. But I am going to talk to a variety of other sectors who want to support our candidacy.” He clarified that he was not Uribe’s candidate but that he would welcome support.

He also said: “Those of us who believe in freedom and democracy need to be united. I will be meeting with teachers. Together with the cooperative sector they are going to show the nation an overall plan and show how we can be a part of it.

Gutierrez In the middle, criticized Ingrid Betancourt who said that Ingrid Betancourt was saying that only one person is right and everyone else is corrupt.

“You don’t need to tell me that I have bad intentions since I haven’t had any corruption-related scandals and I’ve implemented a fair policy.” she reproached the candidate, adding: is there truly no good person candidate in Central America? If I am elected president, like I’m planning to become, we’ll all unite. I’m not sure if they’re right-leaning or left-leaning, but I’ll rule in the most efficient way possible.

Ingrid was later accused of Ingrid of “being in support of machineries such as Los Char or Dilian Francisca Toro”. He added, “I am an individual with character. He also said that while there are many alliances that he can form but he’s a man of character who will not allow corruption or violence to be part of any.

“Petro is acting silly”

Federico Gutierrez, in an attempt to draw attention to Gustavo Petro, stated that the candidate is with Armando Beenedetti, the former senator who initiated a process of extinction. In the event that he didn’t get any reply, he claimed that the candidate who is a part of the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”

What would health candidates suggest?

The former mayor of Medellin presented his idea of a health system for the nation: “Ideology should not prevail and we must have dignity in health services.,-his-words-to-Petro:-friend-and-expropriator-of-the-FARC-and-chavista will end the waiting, we are going do prevention and health promotion, in conjunction with the IPS, EPS, implement Siga model, in which triage is conducted and the decision is made the best way to treat you depending on your illness.

He added that it is important to offer better conditions to health personnel and “that they are protected by connection” and stated that he will not end EPS however, he plans to enhance the system to offer care. He also said that “EPS that is not working is dismantled.”

Relations with the United States

Answered the question: Should your relationship with the United States be rethought? Gutierrez replied: “I’m going to maintain a good, bipartisan relations with the United States. However, there are certain aspects that require to be rethought. We must enhance the system through which there is production in the country , so that the connection between the two is not solely commercial, but also political.

UU is the main problem in the U.S. of today. It forces us to realize that the world has changed and they now have a nation that could produce more food consumption, but could bring good quality products abroad.”

Gutierrez utilized this opportunity to make another bid for Petro. “The blockades which you Petro placed on roads to shut them down have had an effect on the cost of food. It is often a mystery to people why chicken and eggs are so costly. He stated that this was because the roads were blocked.

Gutierrez confirmed the fact that Petro “is going expropriate” and stated that low-cost loans will be made available to the poor under his administration. He also pointed out that the irrigation districts will be strengthened but land ownership will be protected, and that Petro will continue to insist that Petro “is going propriate”.

Questions from candidates to the candidates

Federico Gutierrez had to respond to the government’s Uribe/Duque position: “It is clear that, starting August 7, everything that’s working, which is independent of the government, will continue. If it doesn’t work I will work to improve it.”

He also said that “the concept of security is important but it is integral, and I would mix it with social. Three helicopters are expected to arrive with social investment if military forces are required to be deployed in a conflict zone.

Gutierrez offered a criticism of Petro and claimed that Petro’s current assistance through Families in Action is alms. “To the extent that the state is a part of the family, it should provide him with the minimum level of vitality of energy and water but not to tell the family to sacrifice their market to the world and leave the family in poverty. Look at Venezuela and you’ll see the Chavez model.

Pension debate

Gutierrez proposed that to improve the pension system, “to transfer the state’s capacity to territorial entities to increase the amount of capital in fixed assets such as roads or schools.” Furthermore, there is 20 billion pesos of mafia assets, which don’t have to be managed by the state,” he said.

He also stated that’s the reason we’ll need more domain extinction lawyers and judges. The funds can be used to help fund education, health, or the pension system that covers three millions of adults who have a retired pension. In addition, he said that “the resources are there and you only need to know where they are.”

Are you interested in making an appointment with Pope Francis while on the campaign trail

The debate was focused on the visit of candidates Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez said that those who plan to visit Pope Francis taking the decision because they don’t know him. He is a person I know, but I have an appointment today with the Colombians. He was in Medellin for the papal visit.

Relations with Venezuela

The final issue of the discussion was the relationship with Venezuela and Venezuela, which Gutierrez said: “Maduro’s relationship with Colombia has been through the FARC as well as the Eln, dissidents, Piedad and Petro. Maduro is a dictatorship, and isn’t recognized as a legitimate government. However, there is an actual reality on the other side of the border.”

He said that traffic on the roads should not be restricted because of the issue of trade that is occurring as a result of criminal groups keeping an illegal economy. does not have the status of a state. Business decisions should be made at its frontier.

Gutierrez had a new fight with Petro as they discussed the matter. He claimed that he did not defend his “allies” in reference to Russia and Syria and Venezuela.

He also decried the idea of decoupling Colombia from coal and oil. He said that it shouldn’t be completed in one sitting. “That’s the reason why renewable energy projects are being developed in the form of wind and solar. We are working towards this goal and are looking to double our capacity.

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