Fico Gutierrez, Petro’s words: Petro is friend of FARC. Chavista. Expropriator

This Sunday’s consultation of the “Team for Colombia” saw “Fico” Gutierrez take the victory with 2 160.329. votes, or 54.1 percent of the votes deposited in the internal electoral process of the coalition.

Gutierrez was present to the first debate between presidential candidates after the legislative election. He was judged by Gustavo Petro (who won the Historic Pact consultation) and Ingrid Betancourt (an independent candidate). These were his questions.

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Importance of Sunday’s election results

The first subject of the debate was to discuss the Sunday’s election result. “It appears that we are in one advantage in the second round. This is a political fact. Fico said his aim was to win unitedly during the initial round. This is due to the fact that much of the country is in danger.

After that issue was resolved, the possibility of winning in the initial round of voting was raised. The presidential candidate for Team for Colombia stated: “The numbers are clear. Three years have passed since we formed the foundation of our coalition. And we are mere seconds away, just 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 and confront these populist and authoritarian policies like the ones of Petro.”

Petro has difficult questions

Federico Gutierrez questioned Gustavo Petro’s decision to include Piedad Cordoba on his lists during the debate. “How is it possible to claim that you do not support any corrupt individual on the list, if Piedad Cordoba has negotiated with so many kidnapped and has joined the Chavez government, which poses an affront to Colombia?” Fico affirmed his solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.

Gutierrez later launched a scathing criticism of Petro and declared him an “friend of the FARC”:

“Those who attacked others and those who abducted or killed, are the owners to peace. We, the masters of war.” I have used weapons in my own life that was different from yours. I am a moral person with authority and have the right to talk about peace. will make the FARC as well as your allies and your friends to abide by the agreement because they have not fulfilled their commitment to peace.

Zuluaga and Gutierrez arrive

Gutierrez’s next topic was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to express his congratulations and to keep his candidacy going. I informed him that I thank you for that personal position and I will meet with him however, I will also be able to have a discussion to the other sectors that are interested in joining our campaign,” he said and said he was not Uribe’s candidate, but the candidate will acknowledge support.

He added: “Those who are committed to democracy and freedoms must stand together.” I will be meeting with teachers. With the cooperative sector they are going to show the nation an agenda for the nation and demonstrate how we can contribute to it.

Gutierrez, right in the middle, was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt who said that Ingrid Betancourt was saying that only one is good and that all others are corrupt.

“You do not have to convince me that I have bad intentions when I don’t get any corrupt scandals and have a clean-shaven policy,” she said. She also asked the presidential candidate whether there was a single good thing in Central America? If I’m elected president, which I’m hoping to be, I’ll join. I’m not sure if they are from the left or the right, I’m going to rule in the best way possible.”

Ingrid was then accuse of Ingrid of “being supported machineries like Los Char or Dilian Francisca Toro”. He said, “I am a man who is a man of character.” He stated that he would form many alliances, however, he also said that his character is strong enough to resist violence and corruption.

“Petro” is dumb

Federico Gutierrez launched a new claim to Gustavo Petro, stating that he is accompanied, among other people by Armando Benedetti (an ex-senator who is an agenda for the end of dominion). And when he did get an answer, he claimed that the candidate from Historic Pact “always acts dumb.”

What do candidates for health have to say?

The mayor who was the former mayor of Medellin proposed his vision of a health system in the country: “Ideology should not prevail and we should have respect in health services. We intend to end the lengthy lines. We’ll promote wellness and prevention, and integration between the IPS and EPS, implementation of the Siga method, in which triage is carried out and determines where you will go to receive treatment based on the severity of the condition you are suffering from.

He said it’s essential to provide better conditions to health personnel and “that they are guaranteed linkage” and made it clear that he would not stop EPS however, he will strengthen the system to provide health care. He stated, however that any EPS that DOES not work will be eliminated.

Relations with America

Answered the question: Will your relationship with the United States be rethought? Gutierrez said, “I intend to maintain an open and bipartisan relationship with America.” But there are some issues that need to be rethought. We will try to create a system that has production within the country. This will create an improved political and commercial relationship.

“The problem with the U.S. today is UU. it forces us to understand that the world has changed and they now have a nation that could produce more food consumption, but could export high-quality products.”

Gutierrez took the opportunity to announce a new bid to Petro: “The blockades, that you Petro demanded to shut down the roads, had an impact on the cost of food. He explained that the blockades, which you ordered to close roads caused eggs and chicken more expensive.

Gutierrez confirmed the fact that Petro “is going expropriate” and also stated that affordable loans will be made available to farmers under his administration. Gutierrez also said that the irrigation districts will be strengthened, land ownership will still be protected, and that Petro will insist that Petro “is going to be a propriate”.

Questions from candidates to the candidates

It was up to Federico Gutierrez to answer his position before the Uribe and Duque government: “I am clear that beginning on August 7, all that works, independent of the government, I will continue it. And if it doesn’t work, I will improve it,” he said.

He stated that security was essential but integral, and that the security would be a part of the social. Three helicopters are expected to arrive with social investment in the event that troops are needed to be deployed in a conflict zone.

Gutierrez wrote a critique of Petro. He wrote that Petro was giving them current assistance through Families in Action. That’s the Chavez Model. Let’s examine Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, in order better address the issue of pensions it is suggested that the state be capable of transferring its resources to territorial organizations to aid in strengthening the funds in fixed resources, such as roads and schools. He also stated that the 20 billion pesos in mafia assets are not under the control of the state.

He also said this is why I’m putting together a law to have more domain-extinction prosecutors and judges, so that that money can be used to fund the health, education and pensions for the three million adults who receive an income.” He also stated that “the resources are available but you have to locate them.”

What is the status of meetings with Pope Benedict XVI in the course of the election? focused on the trip of the presidential hopefuls Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez stated that those who will be visiting the Pope do not expect to know him. While I am familiar with him, my appointment today is with Colombians. I had the pleasure of meeting him in Medellin during the papal visit, and was capable of listening to him for a while during the visit.”

Relations with Venezuela

The final issue of the discussion was the relations with Venezuela in 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, cannot be recognized as a legitimate government. But it is possible to envision an actual border.

He also said that “for that, vehicular traffic should be permitted because of the issue of trade, which continues to be a problem, due to the economy that is illegal is run by criminal groups. Maduro cannot be considered to be an official government. But, businesses must make their decisions on the border. during a heated debate over the issue, had the opportunity to engage in a new dispute in a dispute with Petro. He remarked that he was unable to defend “his allies” Russia, Syria, Venezuela and so on.

He also criticized the notion of separating the Colombian economy from coal and oil in a statement that said it should be a gradual transition, and not all at once. “That’s one of the reasons why renewable energy projects like solar or wind are being developed. We’re heading in the right direction and plan to double the production.

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