https://vip-mods.com/user/Fico.Gutierrezembl894/ , presidential candidate The street is where the votes are taken. There are only 32 days to the opening round of the presidential election and he’s making a promise to take on Gustavo Petro, who is his main rival, for the House of Narino vote in the second round.
Gutierrez got up on Saturday and went to Boyaca, a traditional religious district which Petro went to on Friday. The former mayor and current candidate for center-right was in Tunja to meet with academics, businessmen and farmers as well as peasants.
Fico attended his principal meeting in the Tunja Convention Center. He was joined by a group of notable citizens who pledged their loyalty to the elections scheduled for May 29.
Federico shared an Twitter message with ruana and hundreds of other Colombians supporting the candidate for Team for Colombia. Federico expressed his gratitude to Tunja residents and said that “we’re going to win, all of us. We’ll be running for president to transform and unite Colombia.” Then, he recorded a swarm of people who backed him, and didn’t stop.
“Happy at Boyaca!” He said, “Happy in Boysaca!”
The second poll pointer reached the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira along the route. This spot is strategically placed is where dozens of followers and faithful from different parts of the country gather on weekends. The centr-right’s leader knelt and offered his life to the Virgin in the in the midst of his followers and faithful who waited for the early Eucharist.
“I sought the Virgin to give me a lot of wisdom. https://numberfields.asu.edu/NumberFields/show_user.php?userid=611567 replied that I had requested his help for my family, for peace and the most humble.
In this place, the presidential candidate also recorded a video clip of his visit. When he entered the area and interacting with the locals, he was greeted by a large number who embraced the president. The presidential candidate also donned the uniform of the Colombian municipality.
Gutierrez was at the religious temple wearing the traditional Boyacan Ruana, as well as the medal of the Virgin de Chiquinquira on the chest. This act of faith was something he had been showing throughout his campaign. Remember that just three weeks ago, the Antioquian visited Jericho, Antioquia, and attended the birthplace of Mother Laura, the only Colombian saint who was recently canonized by Pope Francis.
The candidate visited Chiquinquira to meet with the people and make some announcements regarding his visit to the palace of the president. “Key Chiquira’s issues are: guaranteeing water for all citizens, construction of and maintaining roads (especially Ruta des Comuneros & the Ubate–Chiquinquira Section) as well as tourism to create jobs and sustainable development.” Other concerns were also addressed by the leader of the paisa.
Fico Gutierrez discussed his work. He stated that Tunja is the second city that has the highest rate of unemployment in the nation, and in his proposed government plan, he seeks to generate “about 2 000 jobs through the creation of at least 300 new companies in Boyaca”.
He also said that sustainable mobility must be a part of the department. He stated that structuring the Strategic Public Transport System was the top priority. In addition, he said that he will continue to build roads and bicycle routes.
He also sent a message of support to the producers and potato farmers. His latest tweet read: “Peasants in Boyaca: We’ll work harder to create more income and possibilities for you and change the shape of the landscape.” Gutierrez is still reaching to the Colombians. He is expected to discuss his plan for government with them and try to stand out in next Sunday’s election.