Federico Gutierrez, presidential candidate, says that the street is where votes are taken. There are still 32 days until the first round of the presidential race and he’s pledging to challenge Gustavo Petro, who is his main rival, for the House of Narino vote in the second round.
Gutierrez began his day early this Saturday to Boyaca which is a department of religion according to tradition, which coincidentally, Petro visited this Friday. The former mayor of Medellin and today a candidate for center-right was in Tunja in the morning, where he met with academics, businessmen and agricultural farmers, peasants and others.
The main Fico’s meeting took place at Tunja Convention Center. There, he met with an extensive group of citizens who backed Fico at the polls on May 29 2009.
With ruana and a plethora of Colombians backing the candidate of the Team for Colombia, Federico posted a video on Twitter where he expressed his gratitude to the citizens of Tunja as well as saying: “we’re Going to win and we all are running for president to unite and transform Colombia,” said the president’s candidate as he recorded a swarm of supporters and never letting up.
“Happy at home in Boyaca! Through closeness, and being the president of the nation, we will achieve an orderly country with opportunities; a country that is where dreams come true,” he wrote.
During the trip, the second polling pointer, reached the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira, which is a place where dozens of followers and faithful from various parts of the country come together on weekends. In the church, the leader of the center-right kneeled and gave his life to the Virgin in the midst of the gaze of his followers and the faithful who waited for the early morning Eucharist.
“I sought wisdom from the Virgin. He told me that he requested his assistance for my family and for all the families in Colombia.
The presidential candidate captured his visit to the spot on film. Before entering, he met with several inhabitants of the region who hugged him, and also wore the official clothes of the Colombian municipality.
Gutierrez was at the church carrying the customary Boyacan and Virgin of Chiquinquira ruanas on his chest. https://dchuskies.football/members/fico-gutierrezamuc989/activity/968656/ was a sign of his faith, which he has displayed throughout his campaign for the presidency. You may recall that the Antioquian visited Jericho in Antioquia three weeks ago. Then, he attended Mother Laura’s birthplace which is the sole Colombian saint who was recognized as a saint by Pope Francis.
In Chiquinquira the presidential candidate took to greet the people and made some announcements about his plans to build the presidential palace. “Key Chiquira’s issues are providing water to all citizens, construction of and maintaining roads (especially Ruta des Comuneros & the Ubate-Chiquinquira Section), and tourism to create jobs and sustainably develop.” Other concerns were also addressed by the president of the paisa.
Fico Gutierrez was talking about work. He said that Tunja has the second highest levels of unemployment in the United States. So, in his government plan, he aims to create “about 2000 jobs and minimum 300 new Boyaca firms”.
He added, however, that sustainable mobility must be developed in the department. To achieve this, he stated that the structuring of the Strategic Public Transport System should be prioritized. Together, they indicated they would collaborate to build roads and cycle paths.
He also tweeted an affirmation message to the producers and potato farmers. https://may-sweeney.technetbloggers.de/fico-gutierrez-ran-the-medellin-half-marathon-how-did-it-go-1653465347 : “Peasants in Boyaca: We’ll work harder to create more income and possibilities for you, and reshape the field.” Gutierrez will be reaching out to Colombians to inform them of his plan for government and try to make a difference in the coming elections on Sunday, May 29.