Fico Gutierrez and Petro’s words: Petro is friend of FARC. Chavista. Expropriator

With of 2 ‘160.329, ‘Fico’ Gutierrez was the winner of the Sunday consultation of the ‘Team for Colombia’. votes, or 54.1% of the total deposit in the internal electoral process of this coalition.

Gutierrez was in attendance at the first debate of presidential candidates after the elections for legislative. He was compared to Gustavo Petro and Ingrid Betancourt who won Historic Pact consultation. These were his concerns.

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The importance of the Sunday’s election results

The debate started by examining Sunday’s election results. “It appears to me that there’s only one foot in round two this is an actual fact in politics. Fico said his objective was to prevail unison during the initial round. This is because many of the country stands at risk.

Following the discussion the likelihood of winning in the first round was discussed. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate said: “The numbers speak for them.” It’s been three years since the creation of our coalition. We’re only a few minutes away from the Historic Pact. It is obvious that we’re the only ones who can face the populist and authoritarian projects like Petro in the second round.

Petro: The toughest questions

Federico Gutierrez challenged Gustavo Petro’s decision to not include Piedad Cordoba on the list. “How will they claim that you aren’t accepting corrupt persons on the lists when Piedad Cordoba was in the list, as he worked to secure the lives of so many kidnapped people, and then when he became a member of the Chavez regime, which is an omen for Colombia?” expressed his support for Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.

Gutierrez launched a brutal attack on Petro and called him a ally of the FARC.

“Those who attacked others, those who kidnapped or extorted people to murder are the owners of peace. We are masters of war. In my life, I have used a weapon that was different than you. I am the one with the moral authority to talk of peace . I will make sure the FARC as well as allies and friends who are close to me respect the agreements. They have not met the terms of the peace accord.

Zuluaga and Gutierrez arrive

Gutierrez’s next issue was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to express his congratulations and to keep his candidacy going. I informed him that I am grateful for your personal choice and I’ll meet with him, but I am going to meet to talk to other sectors who would like to be part of our candidacy,” he said and clarified that he is not Uribe’s candidate, but he will admit his support.

He added: “Those of us who believe in freedom and democracy need to be united. I’ll be meeting with teachers, and with the cooperative sector, and we are going to show the nation a common agenda for the nation and demonstrate that we are able to add”.

Gutierrez In the middle of the discussion she rebuked Ingrid Betancourt to “whom is asserting that one is the only one who is good” and “that everyone is inherently evil or corrupt.”

The candidate was rebuked 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 have followed an appropriate policy.” If I am elected president, which I will be the next president, I will be united. I’m not sure if they’re left-leaning or right-leaning, however, I’ll be governing with the best of intentions.

Ingrid made the accusation that she was being backed by “machineries like Los Char” and Dilian Francisca Toro. He responded. “I am a person of character. He claimed that although he was willing to make many alliances with people, he had the strength of character to stop the spread of violence and corruption.

“Petro” is dumb

Federico Gutierrez launched a new point at Gustavo Petro, stating that the former president is accompanied, among others, by Armando Benedetti (an ex-senator who has an idea for the demise of dominion). In the event that he didn’t receive an answer, he said that the candidate for Historic Pact “always plays stupid.”

What would health-related candidates suggest?

The concept of a national health system was outlined by the former mayor of Medellin: “Ideology must not prevail. There must be respect and dignity when it comes to health care services. We’re going to stop the queues, we are going to do prevention and promotion of health, articulation with IPS and EPS implement the Siga model, in which the triage is done and the location is decided upon. you are going to be treated according to the illness “.

He stated that it was necessary to improve the working conditions of health staff and to “ensure that they are provided with linksage assurances” and stated that he won’t end EPS but will strengthen the system to deliver healthcare. However, he stated that “EPS that doesn’t work” is to be liquidated.

Relations with America

In response to the question: Would you consider rethinking your relationships with the United States. Gutierrez said, “I will maintain a positive, bilateral relations with the United States. There are some issues that need to be considered. We must strengthen the system in the production sector in the country so that the connection between the two isn’t only one of political, but also commercial.

“The issue facing the U.S. today is UU. It makes us come to the realisation that the world has changed and that they now have an economy that can provide more food for consumption but can export good quality products to other nations.

Gutierrez utilized the chance for Petro to launch a second bid “The blocks that Petro ordered to close down the roads, had an impact on the price of food items. He said that the blockades you ordered to shut down the roads caused eggs and chicken more expensive.

Gutierrez reiterated Petro’s assertion that the government “is planning to expropriate” but also stated that his government is planning to offer low-cost loans to farmers, strengthen irrigation districts, and recognize land ownership.

Questions from candidates to candidates

Federico Gutierrez was the one to clarify his position before the Duque/Uribe government. He declared: “I am certain that beginning on August 7, all is working, independent from the state,” he said.

He stated, “The concept of security is vital, yet essential as well, and I’d mix them with the social.” If military forces must enter a territory in which there conflicts, for every helicopter that arrives in the area, three helicopters will arrive through the aid of social investments.”

Gutierrez posted a criticism on Petro. He said that Petro provides them with the aid they currently receive via Families in Action. That’s the Chavez Model. Let’s take a look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez proposed, to address the pension issue, “to take the state’s capabilities to the territorial entities to strengthen the financial stability of fixed assets like roads and schools. He said that there were 20 billion pesos in mafia assets, that are not under the control of the state.

He also said that’s why I will create legislation to increase the number of domain extinction judges and prosecutors and that this money is used for education, health and pension system for three million adults who receive pensions.” Then he concluded that “resources are there but you must know the location they’re located.”

Appointments with the Pope 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 claimed that the reason why people are planning to visit Pope Francis is that they aren’t familiar with him. Although I am familiar with his name, my trip today will be with the Colombians. In met him in Medellin during the papal visits , and I was able to listen to him very extensively that day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The discussion ended with Venezuelan relations. Gutierrez noted that Maduro was in contact with Colombia through the FARC, Eln, dissidents Piedad and Petro. Maduro, which is a dictatorship, can’t be considered to be a government. However there is a fact at the border.”

He stated that vehicular traffic must be allowed because of the trade issue that is currently being faced by criminal organizations. Maduro is not recognized as a state, but the business decisions have to be made at the border.”

Gutierrez and Petro have a new debate on the subject, pointing out that Petro is not able to speak out in defense of “his allies” which refers specifically to Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Venezuela.

He also voiced his displeasure with the idea to separate the Colombian economy from oil and coal. “That’s why we’re working on renewable energy projects like wind and solar. There are steps being taken to achieve that, and we’re looking to increase capacity by two times.”

Gutierrez sent a goodbye message: “Petro. I am the president of the Colombians.”