Fico Gutierrez and his phrases to Petro: an ally of the FARC, chavista and expropriator

“Fico” Gutierrez was the winner on Sunday, in the meeting of the “Team for Colombia” with a vote total of 2 ‘160.329. votes, equivalent to 54.1% of the total deposit in the internal electoral process of that coalition.

Gutierrez was present at the first debate of presidential candidates following the legislative elections. He was very measured with Gustavo Petro who won the Historic Pact consultation and Ingrid Betancourt an independent candidate. These were his answers.

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The importance of the Sunday’s election outcomes

The first topic of the discussion was to discuss Sunday’s results of the election. “It feels to me like we’re on the same side of the second round, which could be a political reality. Fico declared that he hopes that the team will be united and prevail in the first round. “A lot of the nation’s fate is in the balance.”

Following the issue, there was talk of the possibility of winning the first round. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate claimed that the numbers speak for themselves. 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 if we will be facing the authoritarian or populist projects such as Petro.

Petrol The most difficult question is:

Federico Gutierrez asked Gustavo Petro about Piedad Cordoba’s inclusion in his lists. “How do they claim that you don’t accept those who are corrupt in the lists, if Piedad Cordoba was there, while he negotiated for the lives of a lot of kidnapped people, and then when he joined the Chavez regime, which is an issue for Colombia?” Fico noted Ingrid Betancourt’s accusation of Cordoba, and stood in solidarity.

Gutierrez then criticized Petro and said he was “friend of FARC”.

“Those who slayed others as well as those who abducted or forced people to commit murder are the owners of peace. We’re masters of war. I’ve used a weapon unlike yours in my life. I am morally able for peace talks and will make the FARC allies, friends, and allies abide by the agreement, because they have not honored the peace treaty.

Zuluaga and Gutierrez arrive

Gutierrez spoke next to the subject: Oscar Ivan Zurluaga’s announcement of his campaign. “Zuluaga called to congratulate and encourage me to endorse his candidacy,” he said. I informed him that I appreciated his personal position. However, I was keen to have a conversation with him.

He added: “Those who are committed to freedoms and democracy should unite.” I will meet teachers and the cooperative sector. We’ll create a national plan for the nation and demonstrate what we can accomplish.”

Gutierrez when he was discussing the subject while discussing the topic, was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt for “saying that there is only one good thing and all are corrupt or bad.” don’t need to tell me that I’ve got bad intentions, since I haven’t had one corruption scandal, and I’ve implemented a fair policy,” she rebuked the presidential candidate and added: was there really no one good candidate in Central America? If I am president, and I’m going to be, I will unify. I’m not certain if they are from the left or the right, but I’m going to rule in the best way possible.”

Ingrid was later accused of Ingrid of “being in support of machineries such as Los Char or Dilian Francisca Toro”. “I am a man with character. He stated that he would join many alliances but that he has the character to resist corruption and violence.

“Petro is acting stupid”

Federico Gutierrez, made a fresh argument against Gustavo Petro. He said that he is accompanied in his quest for dominion extinction by ex-senator Armando Bidenetti. And when he didn’t receive any reply, he claimed that the candidate in the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”

What health care plans do health advocates have in mind?

Former Medellin mayor, who was elected in 2004, presented his vision of a country’s health system “Ideology must not be the rule. We must have respect for our health care services. We are determined to stop the long lines. We will promote health and wellness, as well as articulation between the IPS/EPS, implementation of the Siga method, where triage is conducted and determines where you will go to be treated depending on the severity of your condition.

He said it was essential to provide improved conditions for health workers and “that these have guarantees of linking” and stated that he will not end EPS however, he will continue to improve the system to care. However, he stated that “EPS that doesn’t work” will be eliminated.

Relations with the United States

To the question, will you rethink your relations to the United States? Gutierrez stated that he would keep a positive, bipartisan relationship with the United States. Certain issues need to be reconsidered. We’ll be able to build an environment that allows for production in the country, so that the relationship is not just one of commercial, but also political”

“The issue with the U.S. today is UU. It makes us realize that the world has changed, and there’s a country that can produce more food, but can export products of high quality.

Gutierrez utilized this opportunity to offer a second bid for Petro. “The blockades that you Petro ordered closing the roads affected prices for food items. He explained that the blockades, which you ordered to shut down the roads caused eggs and chicken more expensive.

Gutierrez once again stated that Petro “is about to expropriate”. He pointed out that under his administration the poor will get low-cost loans, irrigation districts and the ownership of land will be secured.

Questions from applicants to candidates

Federico Gutierrez answered the Duque and Uribe government by saying: “I am sure that starting August 7, everything works independent of the government. I will keep it going and if it doesn’t work I will work on improving.”

He said that although security is essential but it is also an integral part. However, he said that he will mix the security and social. If military forces must enter a territory in which there is conflict, for each helicopter that is able to arrive, three will arrive, with the assistance of social investments.”

Gutierrez posted a critique of Petro who said that providing them with the aid they currently receive, via Families in Action, is alms: “To the extent that the state provides it, it should guarantee the family the essential necessities of energy, water and food, but not tell him to give him an opportunity to sell his products and then leave him in poverty. That’s the Chavez Model. Let’s examine Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, to improve pensions to improve pension issues, that “the capacity of the state for territorial entities should be utilized to boost the amount of money invested in fixed assets, such as roads, schools and roads.” He stated that 20 billion pesos of it is mafia-related assets, which don’t need to be handled state-wide.

He also said that “that’s the reason I’m going to pass a law that has more domain-extinction prosecutors and courts so that this money becomes assets for education, healthcare, and pension systems for the three million adult with a retirement pension.” He also said that “the resources are available and you only need to find them.”

How can I make appointments with the Pope while I’m on the campaign trail?

The debate focused on the visit of presidential potential candidates Gustavo Petro or Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. In this context, Fico Gutierrez pointed out that “those who are going to visit the Pope is because they do not know him. I am already acquainted with him, but my meeting today is with Colombians I had the pleasure of meeting him in Medellin in the course of the papal visit, and I was listening to him for a long time the day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The last topic was Venezuelan relations. Gutierrez said that Maduro’s relations with Colombia have been through the FARC (the Eln), dissidents, and Petro. I think Maduro can’t be considered an official government because it is an absolute dictatorship. However, there is a reality in the border.”

He stated that the use of vehicles should not be restricted due to the issue of trade that is occurring as a result of criminal organizations that operate an unregulated business. Maduro is not recognized by the government. Business decisions should be taken near or at the border.

Gutierrez during a heated debate regarding the issue, sparked the opportunity to engage in a new dispute in a dispute with Petro. He said that he’s unable defend “his ally” Russia, Syria, Venezuela, etc.

He also voiced his disapproval of the plan to separate the Colombian economy form coal and oil. “That’s why renewable energy projects are being developed, such as wind and solar. We’re moving towards the right direction and are planning to double production.

Gutierrez offered a farewell message: “Petro. I am the president of the Colombians.”