Fico Gutierrez in his remark to Petro the friend of FARC, chavista, expropriator

The consultation on Sunday of the “Team for Colombia” saw “Fico” Gutierrez triumph with 2 160.329. This is equal to 54.1 percent of the total votes cast within the internal electoral processes of this coalition.

Gutierrez was present to the inaugural debate between presidential candidates following the legislative elections. He was extremely 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 results of the election on Sunday are of great significance

The debate began with an examination of Sunday’s election results. “It appears to me that we are on the same side in the next round, which is the political reality. Fico declared that he hopes that the team would be united to win the opening round. “A large portion of the country’s fate is at stake.”

After the controversy, it was brought up the possibility that Team for Colombia would win in the first round. Team for Colombia’s presidential nominee said “The numbers speak for itself.” Our coalition was one of the smallest, it’s been three months. We’re only seconds away, only one million votes of the Historic Pact, it is quite clear that we are the only ones that will be able to go to the second round to confront these populist and authoritarian policies similar to those of Petro.”

Petro has difficult questions

Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate regarding the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba in his lists. “How do they say that you don’t want to accept corrupt persons on the lists, if Piedad Cordoba was on the list when he was negotiating for the lives of a lot of kidnapped persons, and also when he joined the Chavez regime, which is an issue for Colombia?” Fico noted that Cordoba was “trading with kidnapping” and he stood in solidarity to Ingrid Betancourt.

Gutierrez Then, he launched a brutal attack on Petro and declared him a “friend of the FARC”:

“Those who attacked other people and those who abducted or extorted people to murder are the owners peace. of of war. I’ve had weapons unlike yours in my life. I am morally qualified for peace talks and will ensure that the FARC, friends, and allies to comply, as they have not abided by the peace accord.

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The second topic Gutierrez discussed was the addition of Oscar Ivan Zuluaga to his campaign: “Zuluaga called me to thank me and pledge to his candidacy. I informed him that I was grateful for the personal position. I’d like to speak to him. He stated that he didn’t support Uribe but it was still his support. said: “Those who are committed to freedoms and democracy must stand together.” I will meet with teachers. Together with the cooperative, we will present a national agenda to the people of the country and demonstrate that we have more we can do.

Gutierrez at the center of the debate, challenged Ingrid Betancourt “who is saying that there is only one good one and that everyone is corrupt or bad.”

She stated, “You don’t have have to convince us that I’ve got bad intentions,” and she added, “Is there really any single good thing in Central America?” If I become president, which I intend to be, we will all unite. I’m not certain if they are left-leaning or right, but I’m going to be governing in the best way possible.”

Ingrid made the accusation that he was being supported by “machineries such as Los Char” and Dilian Francisca Toro. He defended himself. He said, “I am a man who has character.” He said that while the man was open to making many alliances with people He had the strength of character to ward off violence and corruption.

“Petro is playing silly”

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

What are the plans of health care candidates?

The former Medellin mayor shared his vision of the country’s health system “Ideology must not be the rule. We need respect for our health care services. We are determined to stop the long lines. We will encourage wellness and prevention, and articulation between the IPS/EPS, implementation of the Siga method, in which triage is performed and determined where you will go to be treated based on the condition you are suffering from.

He also noted that it was essential to provide better conditions for health professionals and “that there is a guarantee of connection” and stated that he would not be ending EPS but will strengthen care delivery systems. He said, however, that any EPS that does not work will be eliminated. with the United States

To the question, Will you consider rethinking your relationships with the United States? said he will keep a positive, bipartisan relationship towards the United States. Certain issues require rethinking. We intend to improve the production system to ensure that it is both economic as well as political.

UU is the reason that makes the U.S. so problematic today. It makes us realize that things are changing and that they have a country which can produce more food, but could export good quality items to foreign markets.

Gutierrez made use of the chance for Petro to launch a second bid “The blocks that Petro ordered to close down the roads, had an affect on the cost of food. People are asking what the reason is for why chicken or egg is so expensive. “You shut down the roads,” Gutierrez claimed.

Gutierrez confirmed that Petro “is going to take over” and said that cheap loans will be made available to peasants under his government. Gutierrez also said that the irrigation districts will be strengthened and land ownership will be respected, and that Petro will insist that Petro “is going to be a propriate”.

Candidates ask questions to candidates

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

He added, “The concept of security is vital, yet essential, and I would combine them with social.” Social investment can help three helicopters enter zones of conflict if military forces need to be present.

Gutierrez posted a criticism of Petro who claimed that the current aid, through Families in Action, is alms: “To the extent that the state provides its aid, it has to provide the family with the minimum vital of energy, water and food and energy, but not to tell him to offer him the opportunity to trade for his life and leave the family in poverty. ‘s the Chavez model. Look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, in order better address the issue of pensions, 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 20 billion pesos in mafia assets do not fall controlled by the state.

He added this is why I’m putting together legislation to increase the number of domain-extinction prosecutors and judges and that this money is used for education, health and pensions for the three million adults who receive an income.” He concluded that the “resources are out there but you must know where they are.”

Meetings with Pope Francis on the campaign trail?

The debate addressed the visits of potential candidates such as Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez suggested that those who plan to visit Pope Francis are not doing it because they don’t have any idea about him. I am already acquainted with him, but my meeting today is with Colombians I have already met the Pope in Medellin, during the papal visit. I was listening to him for a long time during that time.”

Relations with Venezuela

The closing discussion was about the relationship with Venezuela in which Gutierrez said: “Maduro’s relationship with Colombia has been through the FARC as well as the Eln dissidents, the FARC, Piedad and Petro. I believe Maduro can’t be considered a legitimate government, since it is a dictatorship. However, there is a real-world situation on the other side of the border.”

He said that traffic on the roads is required because of the trade issue which is being fought by criminal groups. Maduro does not have the status of a government. Business decisions should be taken on the spot at the border.

Gutierrez In a debate regarding the issue, sparked an argument in a dispute with Petro. He said that he was unable to defend “his allies” Russia, Syria, Venezuela, etc.

He also voiced his disapproval of the plan to separate the Colombian economy from oil and coal. “That is why renewable energy projects like solar and wind are in the works. We are moving in this direction and we are planning to increase our capacity by a third.

Gutierrez gave a goodbye speech: “Petro. I will be the president to the Colombians.”