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

The consultation of the Team for Colombia’ saw Fico Gutierrez triumph by winning a majority vote of over 2 ’160.329. votes, equivalent to 54.1 percent of the votes of the votes that were deposited in the internal election process of this coalition.

Gutierrez was present for the first debate of presidential contenders after the legislative elections. He was measured with Gustavo Petro and Ingrid Betancourt who won Historic Pact consultation. These were his questions.

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The importance of the Sunday’s election results

The debate began with a discussion of the results of Sunday’s elections. “It seems like we have one hand in the second round. This is a political fact. Fico responded, saying that his aim was to win together during the initial round. This is due to the fact that a lot of the country stands in danger.

When the issue was discussed the possibility of winning in round one was discussed. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate said: “The numbers speak for them.” Our coalition was the youngest and it’s been around for three months. We are now seconds away. With just one million votes remaining from the Historic Pact it is quite evident who we are and who is going to be capable of going into the second phase to face these populist and authoritarian projects, like Petro.

Petro: Tough Questions

Federico Gutierrez challenged Gustavo Petro’s decision to not include Piedad Cordoba on the lists. “How are they going to claim that you aren’t accepting people who are corrupt on your lists when Piedad Cordoba was on the list when he was negotiating for the lives of many kidnapped people, and then when he became a member of the Chavez regime, which poses a risk for Colombia?” ” Fico said. Fico and expressed his the solidarity of Ingrid Betancourt, who accused Cordoba of “trading in kidnapping”.

Gutierrez has slammed Petro at the time and then called him a friend for the FARC.

“Those who slayed others, those who kidnapped or extorted people to murder are the owners peace. We are masters of war. I’ve lived my whole existence using weapons other than the one you. I have moral authority and can speak of peace, and I’ll make your friends and allies accept the agreements. is now at the Gutierrez camp.

Gutierrez talked about the inclusion of Oscar Ivan Zuluaga in his campaign. Gutierrez called him to express his gratitude and to confirm his candidacy. I said, I thank you for that personal position and I will meet with him, but I am going to meet to talk to the other sectors that would like to be part of our candidacy,” he said and made it clear that he’s not Uribe’s choice, however he will admit his support.

He added: “Those of us who are in support of democracy and freedoms need to stand together. I will get together with teachers. Along with , we will present a plan for the nation to the nation.

Gutierrez, in the middle of the discussion, criticized Ingrid Betancourt “who is saying that one is the only good one and that everyone is corrupt or bad.”

She was critical of the candidate and said: “You don’t have to reveal my bad intentions since there’s not a single corruption scandal, and I’ve implemented a well-planned policy.” If I am president, and I am going to be, I’ll unite. It could be from the left or center, however, I will govern with the best.

Ingrid made the accusation that she was being backed by “machineries such as Los Char” and Dilian Francisca Toro. He responded. “I am a person with character. I’ll make many alliances, however, I have the moral character to not allow corruption and violence,” he said.

“Petro is acting stupid”

Federico Gutierrez, made a new point against Gustavo Petro. He said that he is accompanied in his pursuit of dominion of the world by former senator Armando Bidenetti. If he did not get any response, he declared that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays stupid.”

What do health candidates propose?

The former Medellin mayor, who was elected in 2004, presented his vision for a nation’s health system “Ideology must not be the rule. We need dignity in our health services. We intend to end the long lines. We will promote health and wellness, as well as articulation between the IPS/EPS, use of the Siga method, in which triage is conducted and determines the place you’ll be treated depending on the severity of your condition.

He also said that it was important to improve the conditions of healthcare personnel and “that there are guarantees of linking” and clarified that he is not stopping EPS but will strengthen healthcare delivery systems. But, he also stated that “EPS that is not working is dissolved.”

Relations with the United States

To the question, will you rethink your relations to the United States? Gutierrez declared that he would keep a positive, bipartisan relationship with the United States. There are some issues that need to be considered. We plan to consolidate the system of production across the country. This will result in a stronger commercial and political relations.

UU is the main problem in the U.S. of today. it forces us to understand that the world has changed and that they have a country that could produce more consumption of food, yet provide high-quality goods to the world.”

Gutierrez made use of the occasion to launch another bid at Petro: “The Blockades, which Petro ordered you to close the roads,” Gutierrez said. People ask what the reason is for why chicken or egg are so costly. “You have blocked roads” Gutierrez claimed.

Gutierrez reaffirmed Petro’s claim that he “is planning to expropriate” however, he also said that his government is planning to offer low-cost loans to farmers, strengthen irrigation districts, and recognize land ownership.

Candidates ask questions to candidates

Federico Gutierrez was the one to state his position to the Uribe/Duque government. He declared: “I am certain that from August 7 onwards, everything will be working independently from the state,” he said.

He said that although security is vital, it is integral. But, he stated that he would combine the social with security. Three helicopters will be arriving with social investment if military forces are required to enter the conflict zone.

Gutierrez posted a criticism on Petro. said that Petro offers them aid they currently receive via Families in Action. That’s the Chavez model. Take a look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez proposed, to improve the pension system, “to take the state’s capabilities to territorial entities to strengthen that money in fixed assets such as roads and schools. He stated that 20 billion pesos of it is mafia-related assets, which don’t need to be handled across the entire state.

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 an asset to healthcare, education, and pension system for the 3 million people who have a retirement pension.” He also said that there were resources available however, you must be aware of the location of them.

Appointments with the Pope on the campaign trail?

The debate addressed the visits of candidates such as Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez said that the people who are planning to meet the Pope will not get to be familiar with him. While I am familiar with him the appointment I have today is with Colombians. I met him in Medellin during the papal visit, and was capable of listening to him quite a lot that day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The final topic of the discussion was Venezuela’s relationship. Gutierrez stated that Maduro’s relationship to Colombia was through the FARC and the Eln dissidents, dissidents in addition to Piedad, Petro. Maduro isn’t as a state because it’s an absolute dictatorship. However, there is an actual reality on the other side of the border.”

He also said that traffic on the roads must also be permitted due to trade issues, which are still occurring because criminal groups maintain running an illicit economy. Maduro is not recognized as an official government, however business decisions should be taken in the border area.”

Gutierrez and Petro had a new argument on the subject, pointing out that Petro is too silent to speak out in defense of “his allies”, referring specifically to Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Venezuela.

He also criticized the notion of separating the Colombian economy from coal and oil and said that it must be a progressive transition rather than all at once. “That’s the reason we’re engaged in renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar. We are moving towards the right direction and plan to increase production by a third.

Gutierrez, as a farewell in his farewell speech, stated: “Petro. You are Chavez, Maduro, but not Uribe or Duque. I will be the president of the Colombians.”