Fico Gutierrez continues winning voters. Campaign in advance in Boyaca included visit to Virgin of Chiquinquira

Presidential candidate Federico Gutierrez is clear that his votes come from the street. There are still 32 days until the first round of the presidential race and he’s pledging to take on Gustavo Petro, who is his main rival, in the House of Narino vote in the second round.

Gutierrez was in Boyaca on Saturday, a sacred region which Petro visited on Friday. The former mayor of Medellin and now a candidate for the center-right arrived in Tunja and spoke with academics, businesspeople, agricultural producers, peasants and many others. was held at Tunja Convention Center. There was a large group of citizens who supported Fico at the polls on May 29 2009.

Federico, along with hundreds of fellow citizens, posted along with hundreds of other colombians, posted a Twitter video where he thanked Tunja citizens and declared that he was sure to win. He added: “We’re Going To Win, We All, we’re going for the Presidency to Transform and Unite Colombia.” The candidate for president captured a crowd of people supporting him without stopping.

“Happy at Boyaca!” He wrote that he was happy in Boyaca since he was the President of the People.

The second pointer in the polls was one who walked into the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira. It is an important spot that hundreds of faithful followers gather every weekend. In the midst of the attention of his followers and those waiting to receive the morning Eucharist the leader of the center-right kneeled down and presented himself to the Virgin.

“I sought the Virgin for wisdom. He answered that I had asked him for my family, as well as for peace and for the most humble.

The presidential candidate has made an video of his visit at the location. Before entering, sat down with the residents of the sector. embraced him and dressed in a typical outfit from Colombia.

Gutierrez arrived to the temple of the holy rites in the form of the Boyacan ruana (traditional Boyacan ruana) and the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira (a symbol of spirituality which he carried throughout his political campaign). You might recall that the Antioquian visited Jericho in Antioquia three weeks ago. He also gathered at Mother Laura’s Birthplace and was the only Colombian saint to be honored recently by Pope Francis.

The candidate for Chiquinquira used the occasion to speak with the citizens and give announcements to those who will be arriving at the presidential palace. “Key concerns for Chiquinquira: guaranteeing drinking water for all people, construction and maintenance of roads (especially the Ruta de los Comuneros and the Ubate-Chiquinquira section) and tourism as a way to create employment and sustainable development.” Employment and mining were among the other issues discussed by the leader of the paisa.

Fico Gutierrez made a statement about work. He mentioned that Tunja is the second largest city in the nation in terms of unemployment rate. As a result, his government plan seeks the creation of “about 22,000 new jobs and at most 300 new companies in Boyaca”.

He added, however, that sustainable mobility needs to be developed in the department. He stated that structuring the Strategic Public Transport System was the top priority. He stated together that he intends to keep his efforts to build roads and cycle routes.

In addressed farmers of the potato and field “Peasants of Boyaca: we are determined to create greater opportunities for you and rehabilitate the field.” Gutierrez will reach out to Colombians to inform them of the government’s plan and attempt to change the course in the forthcoming elections on May 29.