Fico Gutierrez continues the victory of voters.

Federico Gutierrez, the presidential candidate, has made it clear that votes can be obtained by the streets. There are less than 32 days left to be in the lead for the first presidential election, in which he will contest Gustavo Petro, his main rival in the race for the House of Narino quota in the second presidential round.

Gutierrez got up early Saturday morning to go to Boyaca. Boyaca is a religious area that Petro visited on Friday. , who is running for the center-rightparty, made his way to Tunja where he met academics and businessmen as well as agricultural producers and peasants.

Fico’s main meeting was held at the Tunja Convention Center. There Fico met with many citizens who backed Fico at the polls on May 29, 2009.

Federico shared ruana, and hundreds of Colombians supporting his candidate for Team for Colombia. Federico also uploaded an Twitter video where he thanked the citizens of Tunja. He said: “We are Going to Be Winners, We All, go for presidency to transform and unify Colombia.” While recording a number of people who support him and his cause, he didn’t stop.

“Happy at Boyaca!” He wrote: “Happy in Boyaca!”

The second person to be a pointer in the polls was the one who walked into the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira. It is an important spot where hundreds of faithful followers meet every weekend. In the midst of the attention from his followers and those waiting to receive the early morning Eucharist the head of centre-right kneeled before the Virgin and laid his hand upon the breast of the Virgin.

“I asked Virgin to give me wisdom. I asked her for my family, and for all families of Colombia to be at peace and for the humblest,” he said.

The presidential candidate recorded his visit to the area on video. Before enteringthe building, the presidential candidate had a meeting with many residents of the area. They hugged the president and were wearing a uniform from Colombia.

Gutierrez was welcomed to the church in the form of the Boyacan ruana (traditional Boyacan ruana) and the medal from the Virgin of Chiquinquira (a symbol of faith that he wore throughout his political campaign). Keep in mind that Antioquian, one of the Colombian saint, was in Jericho, Antioquia three weeks in the past. Then, he attended a gathering in the birthplace of Mother Laura which was recently blessed and canonized by Pope Francis.

In Chiquinquira. The candidate made time to talk with the people of Chiquinquira and announce any who might be curious about visiting the presidential palace. “Key issues facing Chiquinquira: guaranteeing drinking water for all people, construction and maintenance of roads (especially the Ruta de los Comuneros as well as Chiquinquira’s Ubate section) and tourism that will create employment and sustainable development.” Employment and mining were among the other issues discussed by the paisa chief.

Fico Gutierrez was speaking about his work. He indicated that Tunja has the second highest levels of unemployment within the country. So, in his plan for government that he is aiming to create “about 2000 jobs and minimum 300 new Boyaca firms”.

He also said that sustainable mobility should also be generated within the department. He also shared his opinion that the Strategic Public Transport System’s structure should be prioritised to achieve these goals. He said he will continue working on the development of roads and cycle routes.

Gutierrez also sent out a message to the potato farmers: “Peasants & farmers of Boyaca and Boyaca, we will work to create more opportunities and income and re-dignify this sector.” This tweet is his most recent tweet. For now, Gutierrez will continue to reach out to the Colombian people, sharing his plans for the country and hoping to stand out in the elections next Sunday, May 29.