Federico Gutierrez the presidential candidate is clear that the votes are gotten on the streets. He has just 32 days left to be in the lead for the first presidential round, where he will face Gustavo Petro, his main rival for the House of Narino quota in the second presidential round.
Gutierrez got up on Saturday and went to Boyaca, a traditional religious district which Petro visited on Friday. The former mayor of Medellin and a current candidate for the center-right arrived in Tunja, where he spoke with academics, businesspeople as well as agricultural producers and peasants among others.
Fico attended the Tunja Convention Center where he assembled a significant crowd of people, who voted with him in the May 29’s elections.
With ruana, and hundreds of colombians behind Federico, the candidate for the Team for Colombia, Federico uploaded a video to Twitter where he expressed his gratitude to the citizens of Tunja and added: “we’re Going to win and we all are running for president to transform and unite to Colombia,” said the presidential candidate, while recording a cluster of supporters and never letting up.
“Happy in Boyaca!” He wrote “Happy in Boyaca!
On the way, the second polling pointer made it to the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira, which is a place where dozens of followers and faithful from all over the country come together on weekends. While surrounded by the gaze of his followers, the leader of center-right knelt and gave himself to Mary.
” https://squareblogs.net/fico-gutierreztgxd703/fico-gutierrez-continues-to-conquer-voters-advancing-campaign-in-boyaca asked Virgin for wisdom. He told me that he requested his assistance in my family, as well as for all families in Colombia.
The presidential candidate made an video of his visit at the location. Prior to entering the venue, the presidential candidate met with the residents of the region. They embraced him and dressed in a typical outfit from Colombia.
Gutierrez was seen arriving at the temple of religious worship wearing the traditional Boyacan ruana and the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira on his chest. It was a symbol of faith that he has displayed throughout his political campaign. Recall that three weeks ago the Antioquian traveled to Jericho, Antioquia, and were at the place of birth of Mother Laura, the only Colombian saint who was canonized recently by Pope Francis.
In Chiquinquira. The candidate made time to talk with the people of Chiquinquira and announce any who may be curious about visiting the presidential palace. “Chiquinquira’s key issues include drinking water, the construction and maintenance of the roads (especially Ruta los Comuneros/Ubate-Chiquinquira) and tourism, which will help to create employment and sustainable growth.”
Fico Gutierrez was speaking about work. He said that Tunja is the second-highest level of unemployment in the nation. In his government plan, he aims to create “about 2,000 jobs with at least 300 new Boyaca firms”.
On the other hand, he also added that sustainable mobility must be developed within the department. In pursuit of this, he said that the Strategic Public Transport System structure should be given a higher priority. He also stated that he plans to continue his efforts to build roads and cycle routes.
He also sent an encouraging message to the producers and farmers of potatoes. His latest tweet read: “Peasants in Boyaca: We’ll do our best to create more income and opportunities for you, and to reshape the potato industry.” Gutierrez will keep reaching out to Colombians , and will share the plans of his government. Gutierrez hopes to stand out at the next election , which is scheduled for May 29.