Fico Gutierrez and his words to Petro as a an ally of the FARC Chavista, expropriator and friend of the FARC.

The total number of votes amounted to ‘160.329., Fico Gutierrez won the Sunday’s vote with the Team for Colombia’. Votes equal to 54.1 percent.

Gutierrez was present at the first debate between presidential candidates following the legislative elections. He was measured with Gustavo Petro and Ingrid Betancourt who won Historic Pact consultation. These were his responses.

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Importance of Sunday’s election results

The first topic of the great debate was to analyze the outcome of the election on Sunday. “It seems that we have one hand in the second round. This is a fact in politics. Fico said his aim was to win unison in the first round. This is because much of the country stands at risk.

Following that discussion was raised, the possibility of winning the initial round was mentioned in which the presidential candidate from Team for Colombia pointed out: “The numbers speak for themselves. It’s been three years since the formation of our coalition. We are now seconds away. With just 1 million votes remaining from the Historic Pact it is quite obvious who we are and who will be able to go to the second stage to confront these authoritarian and populist initiatives, such as Petro.

Petrol: Questions that are difficult

Federico Gutierrez questioned Gustavo Petro’s decision to include Piedad Cordoba on his lists in the course of the debate. “How will you claim that you won’t accept corrupt people on your list if you have Piedad Cordoba? He negotiated with the lives of many kidnapped people, and then he became a member of the Chavez Regime, which is dangerous for Colombia?” Fico noted that Cordoba was “trading with kidnapping”, and stood in solidarity to Ingrid Betancourt.

Gutierrez was a tyrant to Petro then and declared him a friend of the FARC.

“Those who attack people or those who abducted and extorted money and murdered are the masters and owners of war. I have lived my entire life with a weapon other than the one you. I have moral authority and can speak of peace and will ensure that your friends and allies accept the agreements.

Zuluaga’s return to the Gutierrez Campaign

Gutierrez’s second topic was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to congratulate him and to keep his candidacy going. I thank the candidate for his personal position. I’ll be in touch with him. But ‘m planning to talk with many other sectors who are interested in joining our candidacy.” Gutierrez said, clarifying that he wasn’t Uribe’s nominee, but would welcome support.

He said: “Those who are committed to democracy and freedoms must stand together.” I’ll meet with teachers and the cooperative sector, and we will present an agenda for the nation and demonstrate that we are able to add”.

Gutierrez, right in the middle, was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt who said that Ingrid Betancourt was saying that only one person is right, and that everybody else is corrupt.

“You don’t have to tell me I have bad intentions when I don’t get any corrupt scandals and have a clean-shaven policy,” she said. She also asked the presidential candidate: Was there really one positive thing about Central America? If I become president, like I’m planning to become, we will unify. While I’m not certain if they’re from the left or right, I will govern in the best way possible.

Ingrid was then accused by Ingrid of “being in support of machineries such as Los Char or Dilian Francisca Toro”. He said, “I am an individual with character. He claimed that he could join many alliances but he also stated that his character is strong enough to stand up against corruption and violence.

‘Petro plays dumb’

Federico Gutierrez, made a new argument against Gustavo Petro. He said that he is accompanied in his quest for dominion of the world by former senator Armando Bidenetti. When he didn’t receive a response, he said that the candidate from the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”

What would health candidates suggest?

The idea for a national health system was proposed by the former mayor of Medellin: “Ideology must not take over. There must be dignity and respect in health services. We intend to end the lengthy lines. We’ll promote health and wellness, as well as articulation between the IPS/EPS, use of the Siga method, where triage is carried out and determines which clinic you’ll receive treatment based on the severity of the severity of your condition.

He said it’s important to offer more favorable conditions for health professionals and “that they have guarantees of linkage” and clarified that he is not going to end EPS however, he will improve the system in order to provide health care. However, he added that “EPS which isn’t working is liquidated.”

Relations with the United States

In response to the question: Will you rethink your relations to the United States? Gutierrez answered, “I’m going maintain a close, bipartisan relationship with the United States. But there are some issues that need to be reconsidered. We will build the system of production in the country to ensure that the relationship is not only political but commercial”

UU is what can make the U.S. so problematic today. It is a reminder that the world is changing and that they have a nation that can produce more food consumption but could export good quality products to other countries.

Gutierrez used the occasion to launch another bid to Petro: “The blockades, that you Petro ordered to close the roads, had an impact on the price of food. People ask what the reason is for why chicken or egg is so costly. “You blocked the roads,” Gutierrez said.

Gutierrez reiterated the notion that Petro “is going to expropriate” and said that cheap loans would be granted to peasants under his government. Gutierrez also said that the irrigation districts will be strengthened and land ownership will be protected and Petro will insist that Petro “is going to be propriate”.

Questions from candidates to the candidates

Federico Gutierrez answered the Duque and Uribe government by saying: “I am sure that starting August 7 the system will operate independently of government. I will continue it and what doesn’t, I will improve.”

He said security was crucial but integral, and that the security would be a part of the social. If military forces need to enter a territory that is a source of conflict, each helicopter will arrive with the support of social investments.

Gutierrez posted a criticism of Petro, who stated that giving them 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 water and energy and energy, but not to tell the family to provide him with an opportunity to sell his products and then leave the family in poverty. This is the Chavez Model. Let’s look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, to improve the issue of pensions it is suggested that the state be able to transfer its capabilities to territorial bodies to assist in strengthening the cash in fixed resources such as schools and roads. Gutierrez stated that 20 billion pesos belong to mafia-related assetsthat do not require management state-wide.

He also said that’s why I will create a law to have more domain-extinction prosecutors and judges, so that that money becomes assets for education, health and pension system for three million people who are eligible for a pension.” He added that “the resources are there and you only need to find them.”

Are you available to meet the Pope while on the campaign trail

The debate focused on the visits of potential candidates such as Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez said that people who are planning to meet Pope Francis are taking the decision because they do not know him. While I am familiar with him, my appointment today is with Colombians. I had the pleasure of meeting him in Medellin during the papal visit, and I was capable of listening to him for a while that day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The closing issue of the discussion was the relations with Venezuela in which Gutierrez stated: “Maduro’s relationship with Colombia has been through the FARC as well as the Eln dissidents, dissidents Piedad and Petro. I believe Maduro can’t be considered a government, because it is a dictatorship. But it is possible to observe an actual border.

He said “for that, vehicular traffic is required because of trade, which continues to be a problem, due to the economy that is illegal is kept by criminal groups. Maduro cannot be recognized as a government. However, companies must make their decisions on the border.

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

He also decried the idea of decoupling the Colombian economy from coal and oil, noting that it should be a gradual transition, rather than all at one time. “That’s why we are developing renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar. are making progress in this direction and hope to double our capacity.

To say goodbye, Gutierrez said a new puya “Petro, you are Chavez and Maduro But I do not belong to Uribe or Duque. I am the president of the Colombians.”