Fico Gutierrez and Petro’s statements: Petro is friend of FARC. Chavista. Expropriator

With a total vote amounting to ‘160.329., Fico Gutierrez was the winner of this Sunday’s poll by the Team for Colombia’. Votes, equal to 54.1%.

Gutierrez was in attendance during the presidential debate for the first time candidates following the legislative elections. He was judged by Gustavo Petro (who won the Historic Pact consultation) and Ingrid Betancourt (an independent candidate). These were his answers.

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Important importance of Sunday’s elections outcomes

The debate started by examining Sunday’s results in the election. “It feels to me like we have one foot at the next round. This may be a fact of the moment. My hope is that we can arrive united and win in the first round because much of the nation is at the stake,” said Fico, who added that he receives the win “with confidence.”

Following that discussion was raised, the prospect of winning the initial round was discussed and the presidential candidate of Team for Colombia pointed out: “The numbers speak for the numbers. Our coalition was one of the smallest, it’s been three months. We are just seconds away, one million votes away from the Historic Pact. It’s very clear who we really are, and who we’ll fight in the next round against authoritarian populist projects like Petro.

Petrol questions that are challenging

Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate about the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba into his lists. “How do you say you won’t accept corrupt people on the list if you have Piedad Cordoba? He was involved in the lives of a lot of kidnapped people, and then he was a part of the Chavez Regime which poses a threat to Colombia?” Fico said that Cordoba was “trading with kidnapping”, and was in support of Ingrid Betancourt.

Gutierrez unleashed a brutal assault on Petro He accused him of being a ally of the FARC.

“Those who have attacked individuals, those who kidnapped the innocent, who extorted and killed are the owners of peace. We are the masters of conflict. In my own life, I’ve used a weapon that was distinct from you. I am morally able to speak about peace and I’ll abide by the agreements, and ensure that the FARC as well as your friends and allies comply, because they have not fulfilled the peace treaty.”

Zuluaga’s arrival to the Gutierrez Campaign

Gutierrez was then on to the next subject: Oscar Ivan Zurluaga’s arrival to his campaign. “Zuluaga called to say congratulations and encourage me to support his campaign,” he said. I informed me that I am grateful for the opportunity to be in a personal position. I would like to talk to him. He also said that he was not a supporter of Uribe but the candidate will continue to declare his support.

He added: “Those who are committed to freedoms and democracy must be united.” I will meet with teachers. Along with the cooperative, we’ll display a nation’s agenda to the nation and show that there’s more we can accomplish.

Gutierrez when he was discussing the topic while discussing the topic, was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt for “saying that one person is the only good and that all people are corrupt or unclean.”

She reproached the candidate by saying, “You don’t need to claim that I’m a bad guy since I don’t have a single corruption scandal, and I’ve implemented an adequate policy.” If elected president which I’m hoping to be, I’ll join. could be left-handed or the center, but I will rule with the most effective.

Ingrid accused him of being he was being supported by “machineries such as Los Char” and Dilian Francisca Toro. Ingrid reacted. “I am a person of character. He stated that, although he will form many alliances, he is a man of character and will not allow violence or corruption to be a part of them.

“Petro” is a joke.

Federico Gutierrez, launched a new pointing at Gustavo Petro by stating that the ex-senator Armando Benedetti, who is in a process for extinction of dominion. When he received an answer, he claimed that the candidate for Historic Pact “always acts dumb.”

What do suggest?

Former Medellin mayor, who was elected in 2004, presented his vision for a nation’s health system “Ideology must not be the rule. There must be respect and dignity for our health services. We’ll end the waiting and we will implement prevention and health promotion, in conjunction with the IPS, EPS, implement Siga model, where triage is done and then it is decided where you will be treated according to your disease.

He said that better conditions are required for health workers and that they should be provided with “guaranteed linkage”. He clarified that he will not end EPS but that he would enhance the health system. He stated that any EPS which doesn’t function is going to be eliminated.

Relations with the United States

Answered the question: Will your relationship with the United States be rethought? Gutierrez stated, “I intend to maintain an open and bipartisan relationship with America.” Certain issues require rethinking. We intend to improve the production system to ensure that it is both commercial and political.

UU is the main problem in the U.S. of today. It is a reminder that the world is changing and that the U.S. is a country which can produce more food, however, it is able to export high-quality products to other countries.

Gutierrez used the occasion to make a bid for Petro: “The blockades, which you Petro ordered to close the roads, have had an impact on the cost of food. It is often a mystery to people what is the reason chicken and eggs are so expensive. He stated that this was due to the fact that the roads were blocked.

Gutierrez, who once more insists that Petro was “going to expropriate”, pointed out that Petro’s government would provide low-interest loans for peasants and strengthen irrigation districts. Land ownership will also be respected.

Questions from candidates to candidates

It was up to Federico Gutierrez to answer his position in front of the Uribe and Duque government: “I am clear that starting on August 7, anything that works, independent from the state, I’ll continue the system, and if it isn’t working, I will improve it,” he said.

He added security was crucial but integral, and that he would combine it with the social. If have to travel to a place that is a source of conflict, each helicopter will arrive with the help of social investments.

Gutierrez posted a critique of Petro. He stated that Petro offers them current assistance through Families in Action. That’s the Chavez model. Check out Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, to better address the issue of pensions it is suggested that the state be able to transfer its capabilities to territorial entities to aid in strengthening the funds in fixed resources like roads and schools. He stated that 20 billion pesos are mafia-related, and don’t need to be handled by the state.

He said that he would create a law to allow more domain extinction judges as well as prosecutor to ensure that the funds can be used to support health and education as well as pensions for three million who have a pension. He stated, “The resources are there. You just need to know where they’re.”

Appointments with the Pope on the campaign trail?

The debate was focused on the visits of presidential candidates Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez said that people who are planning to meet Pope Francis are not doing it because they do not know him. He is a person I am familiar with, but I have scheduled an appointment with Colombians. He was present in Medellin during the papal visit.

Relations with Venezuela

The debate ended with the topic of Venezuela. Gutierrez pointed this out: “Maduro has had a relationship with Colombia through the FARC. Eln. dissidents. Piedad. Petro. Maduro is a dictatorship and isn’t recognized as a government. But there is a reality at the border.”

He said that vehicular traffic must also be permitted due to trade issues, which continue to arise, as criminal groups keep running an illicit economy. Maduro has not been recognized by the government. Business decisions have to be made at or near the border. has a new battle with Petro during a discussion about the matter. He claimed that he would not defend his “allies” in reference to Russia and Syria and Venezuela.

He also criticised the idea of dissociating Colombia’s economy from oil and coal, pointing out that it must be a gradual change not a one-time. “That’s the reason that renewable energy projects like wind and solar are currently being implemented. We’re moving towards the right direction and plan to double the production.

Gutierrez as a way to say goodbye, said the following: “Petro. You are Chavez, Maduro, but not Uribe or Duque. I am the president to the Colombians.”