This Sunday’s consultation of the “Team for Colombia” saw “Fico” Gutierrez win with a total vote 2 160.329. This is equivalent to 54.1 percent of the total votes deposited in the electoral process internal to of the coalition.
Gutierrez was present during the first presidential debate candidates after the legislative election. He was measured with Gustavo Petro and Ingrid Betancourt who won Historic Pact consultation. His responses were as follows.
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The importance of Sunday’s election results
The first subject of the great debate was to analyze the outcome of the election on Sunday. “It seems to us like we’re on one side of the second round and that’s a political reality. Fico said, “With humility, I asked us to work together and win in round one.”
Following the discussion, the possibility of winning in round one was discussed. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate claimed: “The numbers speak for them.” Our coalition was just three months of age. We are just a few seconds from signing the Historic Pact. It is clear that we are the only ones who can face the populist and authoritarian initiatives such as Petro in the second round.
Petro Answers to Tough Questions
Federico Gutierrez challenged Gustavo Petro’s decision to not include Piedad Cordoba on the lists. “How are they going to claim that you aren’t accepting those who are corrupt in the lists when Piedad Cordoba was on the list while he negotiated for the lives of so many kidnapped people, and then when he joined the Chavez regime, which poses an issue for Colombia?” Fico expressed solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt and said that Cordoba was accused of “trading child abduction”.
Gutierrez was a tyrant to Petro at the time and then called him a friend for the FARC.
“Those who have attacked others and those who kidnapped the innocent, who extorted and killed are the owners of peace. We are the masters of war. I’ve lived my entire existence using weapons other than the one you. I am a moral person and can speak of peace and I will make your allies and friends accept the agreements.
Arrival of Zuluaga to the Gutierrez campaign
Gutierrez then addressed the next topic: Oscar Ivan Zuluaga’s arrival to his campaign. “Zuluaga called to congratulate and encourage me to support his campaign,” he said. I informed him that I am grateful for your personal position and I will sit down to talk to him however, I will also be able to sit down to talk to many other sectors that are interested in joining our campaign,” he said and said he was not Uribe’s nominee, however he did admit to that he is in his.
He said that those who fight for democracy and freedoms need to be united. I will meet with teachers, with the cooperative sector, and we will present the nation a common agenda for the nation and show what we are able to contribute”.
Gutierrez, while discussing the subject while discussing the topic, was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt for “saying that one is the only good and that all are corrupt or unclean.”
She was critical of the candidate, adding: “You don’t have to tell my bad intentions, since there’s not a single corruption scandal and I’ve done a decently-planned policy.” If I become president, as I plan to be, we will be united. Although I’m not sure which side is right or left I will be able to govern in the best way possible.
Ingrid later accused him of being “supported by machines like Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro”. He responded, “I’m a man of character. He said he’d form many alliances, however, he also said that he is able to stand up against corruption and violence.
“Petro is acting stupid”
Federico Gutierrez, in an attempt to point out Gustavo Petro, stated that he is accompanied and accompanied by Armando Beenedetti, an ex-senator who started a process to eliminate. He claimed that the Candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb” when he didn’t get any reaction.
What would health-related candidates have to say?
The former mayor of Medellin presented his concept of a health system in the nation: “Ideology should not prevail and we must have dignity in health services. We’re going to stop the lines, we are planning to implement prevention and health promotion, and articulation with IPS and EPS, implement the Siga model, where the triage is carried out and it is determined where you are going to be treated according to your health condition “.
He stated that better conditions are required for health professionals and that they should be provided with “guaranteed linkage”. He made it clear that he would not eliminate EPS but he would strengthen the care system. But, he also stated that “EPS that is not working is dissolved.”
Relations with the United States
To the question: Would you reconsider your relations with the United States? Gutierrez responded, “I will maintain a excellent, inter-governmental relationship with the United States. However, some issues must be rethought. We are planning to improve the production system so it can be both commercial as well as political.
UU is the reason that makes the U.S. so problematic today. We all have to accept that the world has changed and that the U.S. can now be capable of producing more food products, and can also import high-quality goods from other countries.
Gutierrez utilized the occasion to bid on Petro: “The blockades that you Petro demanded to close roads had an impact on the cost of food. People ask why the chicken or egg are so costly. “You blocked roads” Gutierrez said.
Gutierrez again insisted that Petro “is going to expropriate” and said that, under his government cheap loans will be given to peasants, irrigation districts will be strengthened, and the rights of landownership will be protected.
Questions from candidates for candidates
Federico Gutierrez was then able to explain his position to the Uribe and Duque governments: “I am absolutely clear that starting on August 7th, everything which works, independent of the government, will continue, and what doesn’t work, I will change it.”
He said that “the notion of security is important, but integral and I would mix it with social. If military forces have to enter a territory that is a source of conflict, every helicopter will be accompanied by the assistance of social investment.
Gutierrez wrote a criticism of Petro. He said that Petro provided them with the current assistance via Families in Action. That’s the Chavez Model. Let’s look at Venezuela.
Gutierrez suggested that, to address pensions, “to transfer the state’s capability to the territory entities to increase the amount of capital in fixed assets such as roads or schools.” Gutierrez stated that 20 billion pesos of it is mafia-related assetsthat don’t need to be handled state-wide.
He added that’s the reason we’ll need more domain extinction lawyers and judges. The money will be used to help fund education, healthcare, or even the system of pensions for three million adults who have a retired pension. He said, “The resources are there. All you have to do is know where they’re.”
Are you willing to meet Pope Francis while on the campaign trail
The debate focused on visits by presidential candidates Gustavo Petro (and Rodolfo Gutierrez) to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez said that the people who are planning to meet the Pope will not get to have a chance to meet him. I have already met him, but my appointment today is with the Colombians I had the pleasure of meeting him in Medellin, during the papal visit. I heard him speak a lot the day.”
Relations with Venezuela
The final topic was the Venezuelan relationship. Gutierrez said that Maduro’s relations with Colombia have been through the FARC (the Eln), dissidents and Petro. I believe Maduro cannot be recognized as an official government because it is a dictatorship. There is however a real world that is at the frontier.”
He also said that “for this reason, traffic on the roads should be permitted because of the issue of trade that continues to be a problem, due to the illegal economy is run by criminal groups. Maduro is not acknowledged by the authorities. Business decisions must be made at or near the border.
Gutierrez was speaking about the subject, got into a new clash with Petro in which he claimed that he’s not willing to defend “his allies” referring to Russia, Syria and Venezuela, as well as other countries.
He also criticised the idea of dissociating the economy of Colombia from oil and coal, noting that it should be a gradual change and not just one-time. “That is the reason renewable energy projects such as solar and wind are being developed. We are taking steps towards this, and we’re going to double the capacity.”
Gutierrez as a way to say goodbye in his farewell speech, stated: “Petro. You are Chavez, Maduro, but not Uribe nor Duque. “I will be the president for Colombians.” Colombians.”