Fico Gutierrez’s remark to Petro: friend, FARC Chavista, friend, FARC and Expropriator

The meeting of the Team for Colombia’ saw Fico Gutierrez triumph by winning a majority vote of more than 2 ’160.329. votes, which is 54.1 percent of all votes cast in the internal electoral process in the coalition.

Gutierrez was in attendance at the first presidential debate candidates after the legislative elections. He was judged by Gustavo Petro, who won the Historic Pact consultation, and Ingrid Betancourt, an independent candidate. These were his concerns.

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It is crucial to note the importance of Sunday’s election results

The first topic of the discussion was to discuss the Sunday’s results of the election. “It seems to me that we have one foot at the next round. This may be a reality in the political realm. Fico stated that he hoped that the team could come together and prevail in the first round. “A lot of the fate of our country is at stake.”

Following that discussion it was suggested that the possibility of winning the first round was discussed and the presidential candidate of Team for Colombia pointed out: “The numbers speak for the numbers. Our coalition was the newest one, and it’s been around for three months since the last election. We are still seconds away of the Historic Pact. This makes it clear what our coalition is and if we will face populist or authoritarian projects like Petro.

Petro Answers to Tough Questions

Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate concerning the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba in his lists. “How do you say that you don’t accept any person with a criminal record in the list, when Piedad Cordoba has negotiated with a number of kidnapped persons and was a part of the Chavez government, which is a danger to Colombia?” Fico took note of Ingrid Betancourt’s accusations of Cordoba, and stood in solidarity.

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

“Those who attacked people and those who kidnapped the innocent, who extorted and killed are the ones who own peace, and we are the masters of war. In my lifetime I’ve employed weapons that were different from you. I am the one with the moral right to speak about peace, and I’ll make sure the FARC, allies, and my close friends adhere to the agreements. They’ve not fulfilled the peace agreement.

Zuluaga’s entry into the Gutierrez Campaign

Gutierrez’s second topic was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to express his congratulations and also to support his candidacy. I assured him that I was grateful for the personal position. I would like to speak to him. He stated that he was not a supporter of Uribe, but that it was still his support.

He said that people who fight for freedom and democracy need to come together. I’ll meet with teachers. Together with the cooperative sector, they’re going to show the nation a national agenda and show how we can add to it. in the middle, was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt who said that Ingrid Betancourt was saying that only one person is right, and that all others are corrupt. disapproved of the candidate and said: “You don’t have to declare my bad intentions, even if there’s no corruption scandal, and I’ve done a decently-planned policy.” If I am elected president, which I will be the next president, I will be united. Although I am not sure which of them are on the left or right I will govern with the highest quality.

Ingrid then made accusations against him that he was “being assisted” by machines such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro. He replied, “I’m a man of character. He said that while he was willing to make many alliances with other people, he had the strength of character to ward off violent acts and corrupt practices.

“Petro is playing silly”

Federico Gutierrez, made a new argument in his fight against Gustavo Petro. He said that he’s being accompanied in his struggle for supremacy and extinction by former senator Armando Bidenetti. He claimed that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb” when he doesn’t receive any responses.

What would health candidates suggest? of Medellin presented his concept of a system of health care in the country: “Ideology should not prevail and we should have respect when it comes to health care. We’ll end the waits, promote health and prevention, as well as articulation with IPS and EPS and introduce the Siga system. This model uses triage to determine the place you’ll receive treatment based on the health condition.

He also noted that it was crucial to ensure better conditions for healthcare workers and “that there are guarantees of linkage” and stated that he will not be cutting EPS but would strengthen the healthcare delivery systems. However, he added that “EPS that fails to work can be dissolved.”

Relations with the United States

The question was answered: Would your relationship with the United States be rethought? Gutierrez responded, “I will maintain a excellent, inter-governmental relationship with the United States. There are however certain aspects that require to be considered. We’ll strengthen an environment where production is available in order that the relationship can not only be one of political, but also commercial.

“The issue facing the U.S. today is UU. It is a reminder 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 took the opportunity to make a bid for Petro: “The blockades, that Petro directed to close the roads, have had an impact on the cost of food items. Gutierrez said that many people wonder why eggs and chicken cost so much because they were blocked by the roads.

Gutierrez reiterated the fact that Petro “is going expropriate” and also stated that affordable loans would be granted to the poor under his administration. Gutierrez also said that the irrigation districts will be strengthened and land ownership will be protected and Petro will insist that Petro “is going propriate”.

Questions from candidates to candidates

Federico Gutierrez was then able to explain his position to Uribe’s and Duque governments: “I am absolutely clear that as of August 7th, everything which works, independent of the government, is going to continue. What doesn’t work, I will improve it.”

He also stated that the concept of security was vital, but not integral and that he’d mix it with social investment. Three helicopters will be arriving with social investments if troops are needed to go into an area of conflict.

Gutierrez posted a critique of Petro who claimed that providing them with the current assistance, which is provided by Families in Action, is alms: “To the extent that the state provides its aid, it has to ensure that the family receives the basic necessities of water and energy, but not tell the family to provide him with the opportunity to trade for his life and then leave the family in poverty. That’s the Chavez model. Take a look at Venezuela.”

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested that to address the situation of pensioners, the “state’s capabilities be transferred to territories to boost the amount of money invested in fixed assets like schools and roads. Gutierrez also said that the 20 billion pesos of mafia assets are not in the hands of the state.

He added that “that’s why I will make a law that has more domain-extinction prosecutors and courts, to ensure that the money is an asset to healthcare, education, and pension system for the three million adult who have a retirement pension.” He added that “the resources exist, you just need to find them.”

What is the status of meetings with Pope Benedict XVI during the campaign?

The debate discussed the visits of presidential candidates Gustavo Petro, Rodolfo Gutierrez and Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez claimed that those who will be visiting the Pope do not expect to have a chance to meet him. Even though I know the Pope, my visit today involves the Colombians. Fico Gutierrez said that even though I know him personally, my meeting with him today is with the Colombians.

Relations with Venezuela

The discussion ended with the Venezuelan relationship. Gutierrez noted that Maduro was in contact with Colombia through the FARC, Eln, dissidents Piedad and Petro. Maduro isn’t as a state because it’s a dictatorship. But there is a fact at border.”

He added that the use of vehicles should also be allowed because of trade concerns, which continue to arise, as criminal groups keep running an illicit economy. Maduro cannot be recognized as a government. But, businesses must decide in the border area.

Gutierrez was involved in a new dispute with Petro as they discussed the issue. He stated that he was silent to defend his “allies” in reference to Russia and Syria, as well as Venezuela.

He also criticized the idea of decoupling the Colombian economy from oil and coal and said that it must be a progressive transition rather than all at once. “That’s one of the reasons why renewable energy projects such as wind or solar are being developed. We’re moving in the right direction, and we are planning to increase production by a third.

In a final goodbye, Gutierrez said a new puya “Petro, you are Chavez and Maduro But I are not Uribe or Duque. I am the president of the Colombians.”