With a total count of votes of 2 ‘160.329″, “Fico” Gutierrez was the winner of the Sunday consultation of the”Team for Colombia’. votes, equivalent to 54.1 percent of the total deposited in the internal electoral process of this coalition.
Gutierrez participated in the first debate among presidential candidates following the legislative elections. He was very measured in his responses to Gustavo Petro who won the Historic Pact consultation and Ingrid Betancourt an independent candidate. These were his replies.
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The election results on Sunday are important.
The first topic in the great debate was the Sunday’s election results. “It appears to me that we have one foot in the next round that is an actuality in politics. But my call was that we can arrive united and prevail in the first round because the entire country is at the stake,” said Fico, who added that he receives the victory “with humility.”
Following that, there was talk of the possibility of winning the initial round. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate said that the numbers speak for themselves. Our coalition was the most recent, it has been three months. We are only seconds away from signing the Historic Pact. It is obvious that we are the ones who are able to take on populist and authoritarian projects such as Petro in the second round.
Petro: The toughest questions
Federico Gutierrez, questioned during the debate about the decision of Gustavo Petro to include Piedad Cordoba in his lists. “How is it possible to claim that you do not support any corrupt individual in the list, when Piedad Cordoba has negotiated with a number of kidnapped persons and joined the Chavez government, which is dangerous to Colombia?” Fico expressed solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt and said that Cordoba was accused of “trading child abduction”.
Gutierrez has launched a vicious attack on Petro and called him a friend of the FARC.
“Those who have attacked others or those who abducted, extorted and murdered are the ones who own peace. We are the masters of war. In my lifetime I’ve used weapons that were different from yours. I have the moral authority to speak of peace and I will ensure that the FARC along with allies and my close friends adhere to the agreements. They’ve not fulfilled the terms of the peace accord.
Zuluaga is currently located in the Gutierrez camp.
Gutierrez’s next topic was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to thank him and to keep his candidacy going. I thank the candidate for his personal position. I’ll talk to him. But I’m planning to speak to a number of other sectors who are interested in joining our campaign.” Gutierrez said, clarifying that he wasn’t Uribe’s choice for president, but would accept his support.
He went on to say, “Those of you who defend freedoms and democracy should join forces.” I will be meeting with teachers and members of the cooperative sector. We are going to present a national agenda for the country and showcase what we can accomplish.”
Gutierrez when he was discussing the subject while discussing the topic, was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt for “saying that one is the only good and all are corrupt or bad.”
The candidate was rebuked by saying, “You don’t need to me to tell you that I’m a bad guy since I don’t have a single corruption scandal and have followed an appropriate policy.” If I’m elected president, which I’ll be the next president, I will be united. It could be from the left or from the center, but I will be governed by the best.
Ingrid was then accusing him of being “supported by machineries such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro”. “I am a person of character. I’ll make many alliances, however, I have the moral character to not allow the corruption or violence to take place,” he said.
“Petro” is dumb
Federico Gutierrez, launched a new pointing to Gustavo Petro by stating that he’s accompanied by ex-senator Armando Benedetti, who has an extermination process in place to end dominion. When he did not receive any response, he said that the candidate in the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”
What are the proposals of health candidates?
The idea for a national health system was outlined by the mayor who was previously in charge of Medellin: “Ideology must not take over. There must be dignity and respect in health services. We’re going to eliminate the wait times, increase health and prevention, articulation with IPS and EPS and establish the Siga system. This model uses triage to determine where you’ll receive treatment based on the health condition.
https://gemsfly.in/members/fico-gutierrezidno671/activity/855351/ noted that it was crucial to ensure better conditions for healthcare workers and “that there are guarantees of linking” and stated that he would not be stopping EPS but would strengthen the healthcare delivery systems. But, he also stated that “EPS that does not work is liquidated.”
Relations with the United States
To the question, Will you reconsider your relationship with the United States? Gutierrez replied, “I’m going maintain a strong, bipartisan relationship to the United States. There are still some issues that need to change. We must strengthen the system in which there is production in the country , so that the connection between the two is not only one of political, but also commercial.
UU is the main problem in the U.S. of today. it makes us realize that the world has changed, and they now have a nation which can produce more food consumption, but could provide high-quality goods to the world.”
Gutierrez made use of the opportunity for Petro to launch a new bid “The blocks of roads, which Petro ordered to shut to traffic, caused an effect on the cost of food. https://autobrew.com.au/members/fico-gutierrezzybc436/activity/774274/ said that people often think about why eggs and chicken are so expensive since they were blocked by the roads.
Gutierrez confirmed the fact that Petro “is going to expropriate” and said that cheap loans would be given to farmers under his administration. He also noted that irrigation districts would be strengthened but land ownership will be protected and Petro will not stop insisting that Petro “is going to be a propriate”.
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Federico Gutierrez was the one to clarify his position before the Duque/Uribe government. He declared: “I am certain that starting August 7, everything is working, independent from the state,” he said.
He added, “The concept of security is crucial, but integral and I’d like to mix them with the social.” If military forces must enter a territory in which there conflicts, for every helicopter that is able to arrive, three will arrive with the help of social investment.”
Gutierrez offered a criticism of Petro and said Petro’s assistance currently through Families in Action is alms. “To the extent that the state is a part of the family, it has to guarantee him the minimum vitality of energy and water but not to tell Petro to sell his market for the rest of his life, leaving him in poverty. Take a look at Venezuela and you will see the Chavez model.
Gutierrez suggested, in order to strengthen the pension system, “to take the state’s capabilities to the territorial entities to strengthen the financial stability of fixed assets like roads and schools. Additionally, there are 20 billion pesos of mafia assetsthat do not have to be managed by the state,” he said.
He also said that he’d make a law that would allow the appointment of more domain-extinction judges as well as prosecutors, so that the money can be used for health and education as well as pensions for the three million people who have a pension. He said the resources were available, but you have to know where they are.
How can I make appointments with Pope Benedict XVI while in the campaign?
The debate focused on the visit of candidates Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. In this regard, Fico Gutierrez pointed out that “those who plan to visit the Pope is because they are not familiar with the Pope. I have already met him, but my meeting today is with Colombians I have already met him in Medellin, during the papal visit, and I listened to him a lot during that time.”
Relations with Venezuela
The debate ended by addressing Venezuela. Gutierrez pointed this out: “Maduro has had a relationship with Colombia through the FARC. Eln. dissidents. Piedad. Petro. Maduro can’t be considered a government because it is an absolute dictatorship. But, there is a reality at the border.”
He stated that vehicular traffic must be allowed due to the trade issue, which is still being fought by criminal groups. Maduro is not considered to be an official government, however business decisions must be made on the border.”
Gutierrez was speaking about the subject, got into another argument with Petro in which he claimed that he’s mute to defend “his allies,” referring to Russia, Syria and Venezuela, in addition to others.
He also expressed his displeasure with the idea to dissociate the Colombian economy form oil and coal. “That’s why renewable energy projects are being developed, such as wind and solar. We’re working toward this goal, and will soon triple our capacity.
Gutierrez, as a farewell in his farewell speech, stated: “Petro. You are Chavez, Maduro, but not Uribe, nor Duque. I am the president to Colombians.” Colombians.”