The president was due to speak about pensions at the time he closed his Asofundos participation. However, he chose to speak about politics instead, following being interrupted by a newly elected congressman.
President Ivan Duque’s closing address during the Asofondos Congress Cartagena was not what Duque had in mind. Instead of discussing petro gustavo , Duque decided to discuss politics and how. He criticised Gustavo Petro for using his seat to attack the army and criticized that he is both an elected congressman and a candidate.
Duvalier Sanchez confronted him to question him about his plans following General Eduardo Zapateiro’s remark about Gustavo Petro’s.
“Article 209” of the Constitution specifically prohibits the use of military forces participating in political scenarios or taking sides in democratic discussions. The whole country is disturbed. http://b3.zcubes.com/v.aspx?mid=8124296 ‘s a critical moment what General Zapateiro did,” Sanchez said as he reached for his phone and broadcast everything that was happening on his Facebook account.
The president responded in force to the commotion by his defense of Zapateiro.
Petro’s dual roles as a congressman as well as the head of opposition and candidate today was further criticized by the president Duque.
“Who is who is making these accusations?” Are you Senator? http://gustavo-petrorsua.jigsy.com/entries/general/Hard-cross-between-Gustavo-Petro–General-Zapateiro-2 quit Congress after I was selected for the popular vote to be able to express my views freely as a candidate , and not put on a double hat and a double hat (…) to make use of the seat to attack, and then, when the institutions respond, they present themselves as victims since that’s not democratic either,” the president said.
Sanchez attempted to stay on top of the controversy , but was stopped by President Obama who demanded Sanchez comply with the rules.
What was the reason for the war between Petro, Zapateiro begin?
https://www.onfeetnation.com/profiles/blogs/reservists-from-the-army-support-general-zapateiro-and-criticize sent this message to his networks on April 20, “While the soldiers die in the hands of Gulf Clan terrorists, some generals serve for the clan.” “The management is corrupted because drug trafficking leaders rise to become generals,” wrote the presidential candidate.
On Friday, Zapateiro responded in the same way: “Senator, do not use your investiture (parliamentary inviolability) to try to play politics with the death of our soldiers. Instead, fulfill your citizen duty of providing a substantiated report to the Prosecutor’s Office about the facts you cite no matter who you are.”