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

The total number of votes amounted to ‘160.329., Fico Gutierrez won this Sunday’s consultation with the Team for Colombia’. votes, which is equivalent to 54.1% of the total deposit in the internal electoral process of that coalition.

Gutierrez was present at the first debate of presidential candidates after the elections for legislative. He was judged by Gustavo Petro (who won the Historic Pact consultation) and Ingrid Betancourt (an independent candidate). These were his replies.

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The election results on Sunday have immense significance

The first subject of the great discussion was to discuss Sunday’s results of the election. “It feels to me like we have one foot at the second round, which could be a fact of the moment. Fico stated that his intention was to join forces and prevail in the first round as much of the country is at the stake. Fico added that he accepts the victory with pride.

Following that, the possibility for winning the initial round of elections was mentioned. The candidate for president of Team for Colombia stated: “The figures are clear. Our coalition was only three months old, and was the smallest. We’re only seconds away, only one million votes away of the Historic Pact, it is extremely clear who we are that will be able to go to the second round and confront these authoritarian and populist projects like those of Petro.”

Petro: Tough Questions

Federico Gutierrez, questioned during the debate about the decision of Gustavo Petro to include Piedad Cordoba on his list. “How will they say that you don’t want to accept people who are corrupt on your lists when Piedad Cordoba was in the list, while he negotiated for the lives of so many kidnapped people, and then when it became part of the Chavez regime, which poses an omen for Colombia?” Fico offered his support to Ingrid Betancourt and said that Cordoba had been accused of “trading kidnapping children”.

Gutierrez then attacked Petro and called him “friend of 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 lifetime, I have used a weapon that was different than you. I have the moral authority to talk of peace and I will ensure that the FARC as well as allies and my close friends adhere to the agreements. They have not complied with the conditions of the peace treaty.

Zuluaga and Gutierrez arrive

Gutierrez then addressed the next topic: Oscar Ivan Zuluaga’s announcement of his campaign. “Zuluaga called to say congratulations and encourage me to endorse his candidacy,” he said. I assured him that I appreciated his personal position. But, I wanted to have a conversation with him.

He said that “Those of us who fight for democracy must unite.” I will meet teachers and members of the cooperative sector. We are going to create a national plan for the nation and demonstrate what we can accomplish.”

Gutierrez in the middle of the discussion was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt to “whom is saying that one can be the only good one” and “that everybody is inherently evil or corrupt.”

“You do not have to convince me that I have bad intentions since I haven’t had a single corruption scandal and I’ve done a decent policy.” she rebuked the presidential candidate and added: was there truly no good person candidate in Central America? If I am elected president, and I’ll be the next president, I will be united. I’m not sure if the people are left-leaning or right, but I’m going to be governing in the best way possible.”

Ingrid accused him of being he was being supported by “machineries such as Los Char” and Dilian Francisca Toro. Ingrid reacted. He said, “I am an individual of character. He stated that he would form many alliances, but that he has the character to resist corruption and violence.

“Petro is playing stupid”

Federico Gutierrez, made a new argument against Gustavo Petro. He said that he’s being accompanied in his quest for dominion extinction by ex-senator Armando Bidenetti. In the event that he didn’t get any response, he stated that the candidate under the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”

What are the plans of health care candidates?

The former mayor of Medellin proposed his vision of a system of health care in the nation: “Ideology should not prevail and we must have dignity in health services. We’re going to eliminate the wait times, increase health and prevention, articulation with IPS and EPS and establish the Siga system. The model relies on triage to determine where you’ll be treated according the health condition.

He stated that it was important to improve the conditions for health staff and to “ensure that they have linkage guarantees” and clarified that he won’t end EPS but would improve the efficiency of the system for providing healthcare. He said that EPS that doesn’t work is going to be eliminated.

Relations with the United States

In response to the question: Would you reconsider relations with the United States. Gutierrez responded, “I will maintain a positive bilateral relations with the United States. But there are some issues that need to be rethought. We plan to improve the production system to ensure that it is both commercial and political.

UU is the main issue facing U.S. today. is a reminder that the world is changing and that they have a country that can produce more food consumption however, it is able to export high-quality products to other countries.

Gutierrez took advantage of this to bid again for Petro. “The blockades that you Petro placed on roads to shut them down had an impact on the cost of food. He explained that the blockades you ordered to shut down the roads have made chicken and eggs more expensive.

Gutierrez repeated the fact that Petro “is going to take over” and also stated that affordable loans would be granted to farmers under his administration. Gutierrez also said that the irrigation districts will be strengthened and land ownership will be respected, and that Petro will continue to insist that Petro “is going to be a propriate”.

Questions from applicants to candidates

Federico Gutierrez was then able to articulate his views to Uribe’s and Duque governments: “I am absolutely clear that as of August 7th, everything which works, independent the government, will remain, and what doesn’t work, will I improve it.”

He also stated that the concept of security was crucial, but essential and that he’d mix it with social investment. If military forces must be in a region where there is conflict, for each helicopter that is able to arrive at least three helicopters will arrive, with the assistance of social investments.”

Gutierrez posted a critique of Petro who said that giving them the aid they currently receive, via Families in Action, is alms: “To the extent that the state provides, it must provide the family with the minimum vital of energy, water and food and energy, but not to tell the family to provide him with the opportunity to trade for his life and leave the family in poverty. That’s the Chavez model. Check out Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, in order to address pension issues, that “the capacity of the state to territorial entities be used to increase the value of fixed assets, such as roads, schools as well as roads.” He added that 20 billion pesos in mafia assets are not under the control of the state.

He said that “that’s why I will make an act that includes more domain-extinction courts and prosecutors, so that this money can be turned into assets for education, healthcare and the pension systems for the 3 million people who are pensioners.” In , he said that “the resources exist but you must understand the location of them.”

Are you interested in making an appointment with Pope Francis? the campaign trail

The debate was about the visit of presidential candidates Gustavo Petro or Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez said that the people who plan to visit the Pope are not going to know him. While I do know his name, my trip today will be with the Colombians. In fact I’ve met him in Medellin as part of the papal visit and I listened to him extremely extensively that day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The final issue was the relationship between Venezuela and Venezuela. Gutierrez said that Maduro’s relationships with Colombia have been through the FARC (the Eln), dissidents, and Petro. Maduro isn’t as a state because it’s a dictatorship. But, there is an actual reality in the border region.”

He stated that the use of vehicles must not be prohibited due to the issue of trade that is being triggered by criminal groups keeping an unregulated economy. Maduro cannot be considered to be the government. However, companies must decide on their own at the border.

Gutierrez, in an argument regarding the issue, sparked an argument with Petro. He remarked that he was unable to defend “his ally” Russia, Syria, Venezuela and others.

He also opposed the notion of separating the Colombian economy from coal and oil and said that it must be a gradual transition, and not all at once. “That’s the reason renewable energy projects like solar and wind are being implemented. We are working toward this goal and are looking to increase our capacity by a third.

Gutierrez sent a goodbye message: “Petro. will be the president of the Colombians.”