With a total vote amounting to 2 ‘160.329., Fico Gutierrez won the Sunday’s vote by the Team for Colombia’. 54.11 percent of votes were deposited during the internal electoral process.
Gutierrez attended the first debate between presidential candidates after the legislative elections. He was judged by Gustavo Petro and Ingrid Betancourt who both won the Historic Pact consultation. These were his responses.
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Importance Sunday’s Election Results
The first subject of the debate was the Sunday’s election result. “It feels to me like we are on the same page in the next round. This can be a reality in the political realm. But my call was to be united and win the first round, because a lot of the country is at risk,” said Fico, who added that he receives the win “with humility.”
Following that was resolved, the possibility of winning the first round of voting was discussed. The presidential candidate for Team for Colombia stated: “The numbers are clear. It’s been three years since the creation of our coalition. We’re only a few minutes away from the Historic Pact. This makes it crystal clear who our coalition is, and whether we will be facing the authoritarian or populist projects such as Petro.
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Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate about the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba on his list. “How do https://anotepad.com/notes/nmkc899m say that you don’t accept any corrupt person in the list if you have Piedad Cordoba in the midst of negotiating the lives of a lot of kidnapped victims, and then was a part of the Chavez regime, which is a danger for Colombia? Fico declared his support for Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.
Gutierrez launched a brutal attack on Petro and called him a friend of the FARC.
“Those who attack the innocent or those who abducted and stole money and killed are the owners and masters of war. I’ve used a weapon different to you in my lifetime. I am morally qualified to negotiate peace and will force the FARC as well as friends and allies comply, since they have not honored the peace treaty.
Zuluaga is spotted on the Gutierrez campaign
Gutierrez’s next issue was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to thank him and also to support his candidacy. I informed him that I was grateful for the opportunity to be in a personal position. I would like to meet with him. He also said that he was not a supporter of Uribe however it was still his support.
He added, “Those of you who protect democracy and freedoms should be united.” I will meet up with teachers. Together with the cooperative sector, we will present a national plan to the country.
Gutierrez, right in the middle, reproached Ingrid Betancourt who said that Ingrid Betancourt was saying that only one is good and that everybody else is corrupt.
She reproached the candidate by declaring, “You don’t need to me to tell you that I am a bad person since I don’t have a single corruption scandal, and I’ve implemented an adequate policy.” If I am elected president (which I’m planning to) I will unite. I don’t know whether they’re right-leaning or left-leaning however, I’ll be governing in the most efficient way possible.
Ingrid was then accusing him of being “supported by machineries such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro”. “I am a man with character. I am willing to make numerous alliances, but I possess the moral character to not allow corruption and violence,” he said.
‘Petro is playing dumb’
Federico Gutierrez, made a new point against Gustavo Petro. He said that he is accompanied in his struggle for supremacy of the world by former senator Armando Bidenetti. In the event that he did not get a response about it, he said that the candidate from the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”
What suggestions would health experts make?
The concept of a national health system was presented by the mayor who was previously in charge of Medellin: “Ideology must not be the rule. There must be dignity and respect in health services. We’ll eliminate waits, promote prevention and health, articulation with IPS and EPS and establish the Siga system. The model relies on triage to decide where you’ll be treated based on your health condition.
He said that it was important to improve conditions for health staff and to “ensure that they are provided with linksage guarantees” and clarified that he won’t end EPS but would improve the efficiency of the system for providing healthcare. He said, however, that any EPS which does not perform is removed.
Relations with the United States
To the question: Will you rethink relations with the United States? Gutierrez declared, “I intend to maintain an excellent and bipartisan relationship with America.” There are some things that need to change. We must enhance the system through which there is production in the country so that the interaction between them is not solely commercial, but also political.
UU is the current issue in the U.S. It is a necessity for us to acknowledge that the world has transformed and the U.S. can now be capable of producing more food, but can also import high-quality goods from other countries.
Gutierrez took advantage of the situation to make a bid for Petro: “The blockades that you Petro directed to shut down roads had an effect on the price food. He said that people often ask why chicken and eggs are so expensive because they were blocked by the roads.
Gutierrez repeatedly insisted that Petro “is planning to expropriate” and said that, under his government cheap loans will be given to peasants, irrigation districts will be strengthened and land ownership will be respected.
Questions for candidates
Federico Gutierrez had to respond to the government’s Uribe/Duque position: “It is clear that, starting August 7, everything that’s working, which is independent of the government and independent of the government, will continue. And if it doesn’t, I will improve it.”
He said, “The concept of security is vital, yet essential as well, and I’d mix them with the social.” For every helicopter that is spotted in zones of conflict there are three with the aid of social investment.
Gutierrez wrote a criticism of Petro. http://b3.zcubes.com/v.aspx?mid=8301111 wrote that Petro provided them with current assistance through Families in Action. This is the Chavez model. Look at Venezuela.
Gutierrez proposed, to improve the pension issue, “to take the state’s capabilities to territorial entities to strengthen the value of fixed assets like roads and schools. He said that 20 billion pesos belong to mafia-related assetsthat aren’t required to be managed across the entire state.
He also stated that he will also draft a law that will allow more domain extinction prosecutors. The funds will be used to finance health and education, as well as the pension system of 3 million pensioners. He stated, “The resources are there. You just need to be aware of where they are.”
Appointments with the Pope during the campaign?
The debate was focused on the visit of candidates Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez emphasized this and said that “those who are scheduled to meet the Pope will be there because they don’t know the pope.” I have already met him, but my appointment today is with the Colombians I have already met 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 of discussion was Venezuela’s relationship. Gutierrez stated that Maduro’s relationship to Colombia was through the FARC and the Eln dissidents, dissidents in addition to Piedad, Petro. I believe Maduro is not recognized as a legitimate government, since it is an absolute dictatorship. However, there is a real-world situation on the other side of the border.”
He said that vehicular traffic should also be allowed due to trade issues, which are still occurring because criminal groups maintain operating an illegal economy. Maduro does not have the legal status of a state. Business decisions should be made at its frontier.
Gutierrez, when talking about the matter, was involved in another argument with Petro, noting that he’s mute to defend “his allies” in reference to Russia, Syria and Venezuela, among other countries.
He also criticized the idea of separating Colombia from oil and coal. He stated that it is not something that should be done in one go. “That’s the reason why renewable energy projects like wind and solar are currently being developed. We’re heading towards the right direction and are planning to double the production.
As a farewell, Gutierrez said a new puya “Petro, you are Chavez and Maduro, but I am not Uribe or Duque. I will become the president of Colombians.