With a total vote count of 2 ‘160.329, ‘Fico’ Gutierrez won the Sunday consultation of the’Team for Colombia’. Votes, equal to 54.1 percentage.
Gutierrez was in attendance for the first debate of presidential candidates after the elections for legislative. He was measured by Gustavo Petro (who won the Historic Pact consultation) and Ingrid Betancourt (an independent candidate). These were his answers.
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Importance of Sunday’s results in the election
The first issue of the debate was the Sunday’s results in the election. “It appears to me that we have one foot in the second round and that’s an actuality in politics. But my call was to be united and win the first round, because the entire country is at stake,” said Fico, who said he accepts the win “with confidence.”
After that issue it was suggested that the prospect of winning the first round was aired in which the presidential candidate from Team for Colombia pointed out: “The numbers speak for the numbers. Our coalition was one of the smallest, it’s been three months. And we are mere seconds away, just one million votes of the Historic Pact, it is very clear who we are who can go to the second round to confront these populist and authoritarian policies like those of Petro.”
Petro The most difficult questions
Federico Gutierrez asked Gustavo Petro about Piedad Cordoba’s inclusion on his lists. “How do you claim that you do not support any person with a criminal record in the list if Piedad Cordoba is negotiating with a number of kidnapped persons and has joined the Chavez government, which poses a danger to Colombia?” Fico pointed out that Cordoba was “trading with kidnapping” and he was in support of Ingrid Betancourt.
Gutierrez was a tyrant to Petro at the time and then called him a friend for the FARC.
“Those who attacked people or those who kidnapped people, extorted, murdered, are the owners of peace. We are the masters and masters of war.” I’ve lived my whole life with a weapon other than the one you. I am a moral person and can speak of peace and will ensure that your friends and allies respect the agreements.
Zuluaga’s return to the Gutierrez Campaign
Gutierrez spoke next to the subject: Oscar Ivan Zurluaga’s announcement of his campaign. “Zuluaga called to congratulate and encourage me to endorse his campaign,” he said. I said, I thank you for that personal choice and I’ll meet with him, but I am going to have a discussion to the other sectors that are interested in joining our candidacy,” he said and clarified that he is not Uribe’s nominee, however the candidate will acknowledge support.
He said: “Those who are committed to democracy and freedoms must stand together.” I will meet with teachers, with the cooperative sector. We will show a national agenda to the nation and show what we are able to contribute”.
Gutierrez during the discussion, criticised Ingrid Betancourt, “who is insisting that there is only one good, and that everyone else is corrupt or bad.”
She disapproved of the candidate, saying: “You don’t have to tell my bad intentions, since there’s not a single corruption scandal, and I’ve executed a sensiblely-planned policy.” If I’m elected president which I’m hoping to be, I’ll join. I’m not sure if they are from the left or right, but I’m going to rule with the best.”
Ingrid was then accusing him of being “supported by machinery such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro”. He said, “I am a man who is a man with character.” https://www.openlearning.com/u/homerrill-raxz9w/blog/WhoIsFedericoGutierrezWinnerAndCandidateForTheTeamForColombiaConsultation0 will make many alliances, but I have the moral character to avoid the corruption or violence to take place,” he said.
“Petro” is dumb
Federico Gutierrez, made a new point against Gustavo Petro. He said that he’s aided in his quest for dominion and extinction by former senator Armando Bidenetti. He said that the candidate of the Historic Pact “always plays dumb” when he didn’t get any reaction.
What are the ideas of health care candidates?
The former Medellin mayor, who was elected in 2004, presented his vision of a country’s health system “Ideology should not prevail. We need respect and dignity for our health services. We would like to get rid of the lines, encourage prevention, health promotion, articulation and EPS with the IPS/EPS, and adopt the Siga Model where triage occurs and determines the best place to treat you depending on the illness.
He stated that it was important to improve the working conditions of health staff and to “ensure that they are provided with linksage guarantees” and stated that he won’t end EPS but would improve the efficiency of the system for providing health care. He also stated that any EPS that does not work will be eliminated.
Relations with America
In response to the question: Would you reconsider your relationship with the United States? Gutierrez stated, “I intend to maintain a good and bipartisan relationship with America.” There are still a few issues which need to be addressed. We are planning to enhance the production system to ensure that it is both commercial as well as political.
http://b3.zcubes.com/v.aspx?mid=8341629 is the main problem in the U.S. of today. It is a reminder that things are changing, and that they have a nation which can produce more food, however, it is able to export high-quality goods abroad.
Gutierrez used the opportunity to bid on Petro: “The blockades that you Petro ordered to close roads had an effect on the price food items. Many people wonder why the chicken and egg are so expensive because you closed the road,” he said.
Gutierrez confirmed the notion that Petro “is going to take over” and stated that low-cost loans would be given to farmers under his administration. He also noted that irrigation districts will be strengthened, land ownership will still be protected and Petro will not stop insisting that Petro “is going to be a propriate”.
Questions for candidates
It was up to Federico Gutierrez to answer his position in front of the Uribe and Duque government: “I am clear that beginning on August 7, all that is working, regardless from the state, I’ll keep it, and what doesn’t work, I will make it better,” he said.
He said that, while security is vital however, it is not the only thing. He also said that he will mix the security and social. If military forces have to be in a region where there is conflict, for each helicopter that arrives at least three helicopters will arrive with the help of social investment.”
Gutierrez offered a criticism of Petro and said Petro’s present assistance via Families in Action is alms. “To the extent the state supports the family, it has to ensure that the family has the minimum amount of energy and water but not to tell the family to sacrifice their market for the rest of his life, leaving him in poverty. That’s the Chavez model. Take a consider Venezuela.”
Gutierrez suggested, to improve the pension issue, that the state be in a position to transfer its assets to territorial bodies to aid in strengthening the funds in fixed resources, such as roads and schools. Furthermore, there is 20 billion pesos of mafia assets, which are not required to be handled by the government,” he said.
He stated that he will also draft a law that will allow more domain extinction prosecutor. The money will be used to fund health and education as well as the pension system for three million pensioners. He said, “The resources are there. It’s just a matter of be aware of where they are.”
What are the chances of meeting with the Pope during the campaign?
The debate focused on the visit of candidates Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez suggested that those who are planning to visit Pope Francis taking the decision because they do not know him. While I am familiar with him I am going to be there today with Colombians. I was able to meet the Pope in Medellin during the papal visit, and was able to listen to him quite a lot during the visit.”
Relations with Venezuela
The final topic of the debate was the relations with Venezuela in which Gutierrez said: “Maduro’s relationship with Colombia has been through the FARC as well as the Eln dissidents, the FARC, Piedad and Petro. Maduro is a dictatorship that isn’t recognized as a legitimate government. But, there is a reality at border.”
He also stated that vehicle travel must be allowed because of the issue that trade is still taking place, as criminal organizations are keeping an illegal economy. Maduro is not recognized by the government. Business decisions must be taken near or at the border.
Gutierrez was speaking about the issue, and had an exchange of words with Petro. He claimed that he does not hesitate to defend “his Allies”, which refers to Russia, Syria, Venezuela and many others.
He also condemned the idea that Colombia would be decoupled from coal and oil. “That’s another reason that renewable energy projects such as solar or wind are being developed. We are working towards this goal and hope to increase our capacity by a third.
Gutierrez delivered a message of goodbye: “Petro. “I will become the president of the Colombians.”