Fico Gutierrez’s remark to Petro: friend, FARC, Chavista and Expropriator

“Fico” Gutierrez won on Sunday, during the meeting of the “Team for Colombia” with a majority of ‘160.329. votes, which amounts to 54.1 percent of all votes cast in internal electoral processes within the coalition.

Gutierrez was at the first presidential debate candidates following the legislative elections. He was compared to Gustavo Petro, who won the Historic Pact consultation, and Ingrid Betancourt, an independent candidate. These were his responses.

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Importance Sunday’s Election Results

The debate started by examining Sunday’s election results. ” appears to us that we have one leg in the second round and that’s a fact of the political world. Fico declared that his goal was to join forces and prevail in the first round as much of the country’s at stake. He added that he accepts the victory with a sense of humility

Following the debate, it was brought up the possibility that Team for Colombia would win in the first round. Team for Colombia’s presidential nominee said “The figures speak for itself.” Our coalition was one of the smallest, it’s been three months. We are still seconds away from the Historic Pact. This makes it crystal clear who our coalition is and whether we will have to face popular or authoritarian initiatives like Petro.

Petro has some tough questions

Federico Gutierrez challenged Gustavo Petro’s decision to not include Piedad Cordoba on the list. “How can you claim that you are not accepting any corrupt person on the list, even if you include Piedad Cordoba when he negotiated with the lives of a lot of kidnapped people, when he joined with the Chavez regime, which poses dangerous for Colombia? Fico declared his support for Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.

Gutierrez then made a scathing attack on Petro and declared Petro the “friend” of the FARC.

“Those who attack people, those who kidnapped and stole money and killed are the masters and owners of the war. I’ve employed a weapon in my life that is different from yours. I am a moral person with authority and the right to discuss peace. I will force the FARC as well as your allies and allies to comply since they haven’t fulfilled their peace agreement.

Zuluaga is currently located in the Gutierrez camp.

Gutierrez was then on to the next subject: Oscar Ivan Zurluaga’s arrival to his campaign. “Zuluaga called me to thank me and encourage me to back his campaign,” he said. I informed me that I was pleased with his personal status. However, I would like to talk to him.

He went on to say, “Those of you who protect democracy and freedoms should be united.” I will meet with teachers. Alongside the cooperative, we’ll present a national agenda to the entire nation and show that there is more we can accomplish.

Gutierrez, while he was discussing the topic when he was discussing the subject, was accused of slandering Ingrid Betancourt for “saying that there is only one good thing and that all people are corrupt or bad.”

She stated, “You don’t have have to convince us that I am not a good person with bad intentions,” and she added, “Is there really any one good in Central America?” If I’m elected president (which I plan to), I will unify. I’m not sure if the people are left-leaning or the right, but I’m going to be governing with the highest quality.”

Ingrid then accused the actor of being “supported by machineries such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro”. He said, “I am an individual of character. He claimed that he could join many alliances but that his character is strong enough to resist corruption and violence.

“Petro is playing dumb”

Federico Gutierrez made a new point regarding Gustavo Petro. He stated that he was accompanied by Armando Benedetto who was a senator, who is involved in the process of ending dominion. He said that the Candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb” when he doesn’t receive any reaction.

What kind of health plan does a health professional suggest?

The idea of a nationwide health system was presented by the mayor who was previously in charge of Medellin: “Ideology must not prevail. We require dignity and respect in the health system. We’ll eliminate waits, promote health and prevention, as well as articulation with IPS and EPS and implement the Siga system. The model relies on triage to decide where you’ll receive treatment based on the condition.

He stated that it was necessary to improve the working conditions of health professionals and to “ensure that they have linksage assurances” and made clear that he would not end EPS but will strengthen the system to deliver health care. He said, however, that any EPS that does not work will be eliminated.

Relations with the United States

Answered the question: Should your relationship with the United States be rethought? Gutierrez said he will maintain a positive, bipartisan relationship with the United States. But there are certain issues that must be reconsidered. We intend to reform the production process so that it is both economic and political.

“The problem with the U.S. today is UU. it forces us to understand that the world has changed and that they are a nation that could produce more consumption of food, yet bring good quality products abroad.”

Gutierrez utilized the occasion to offer a bid to Petro: “The blockades that you Petro ordered to close roads have had an impact on the cost of food items. People wonder why the chicken and the egg are so expensive because you shut down the road,” he said.

Gutierrez repeatedly insisted that Petro “is planning to expropriate” and said that under his administration cheap loans will be provided to peasants, the irrigation districts will be strengthened, and land ownership will be respected.

Candidates ask questions to candidates

Federico Gutierrez had to respond to the government’s Uribe/Duque position: “It is clear that beginning on August 7, everything that works, independent from the government and in the absence of government intervention, will continue. And what doesn’t work I will make it better.”

He added, “The concept of security is crucial, but integral and I’d like to mix them with the social.” If military forces have to travel to a place in which there is conflict each helicopter will arrive with the help of social investments.

Gutierrez has criticized Petro and claimed that Petro’s current assistance through Families in Action is alms. “To the extent that the state supports the family, it should guarantee him the minimum vitality of energy and water, but not to tell him to give his market for life and leave the family in poverty. Take a look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez proposed, to address the pension issue, “to take the state’s capabilities to territorial authorities to improve the financial stability of fixed assets such as roads and schools. Additionally, there are 20 billion pesos in mafia assetsthat don’t have to be managed by the state,” he said.

He added that “that’s why I will make a law that has more domain-extinction prosecutors and courts, so that this money can be turned into assets to education, healthcare and the pension systems for the 3 million people who are pensioners.” Then he concluded that “resources are out there, you just need understand the location they’re located.”

Are you looking to book an appointment with Pope Francis? the campaign tour?

The debate was about the visit of presidential potential candidates Gustavo Petro or Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez made this point, stating that “those who will visit the Pope are there because they haven’t met him.” I have already met him, but my appointment today is with the Colombians I have already met the Pope in Medellin in the course of the papal visit, and I heard him speak a lot the day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The final issue was the Venezuelan relationship. Gutierrez said that Maduro’s relationships with Colombia have been through the FARC (the Eln), dissidents and Petro. Maduro is a dictatorship that is not recognized as a state. However there is a real-world situation at border.”

He also stated that the use of vehicles must be allowed due to the issue of trade, which is still being faced by criminal organizations. Maduro does not have the status of a state. The business decisions must be taken at the border.

Gutierrez, when talking about the issue, had an argument with Petro, noting that he’s not willing in his defense of “his allies,” referring to Russia, Syria and Venezuela, among other countries.

He also criticized the notion of dissociating the economy of Colombia from oil and coal, pointing out that it must be a gradual transition not a one-time. “That’s why renewable energy initiatives are being developed, such as solar and wind. There are steps being taken to achieve that, and we’re planning to increase the capacity by a third.”

Gutierrez gave a goodbye speech: “Petro. I will be president to Colombians.” Colombians.”