Fico Gutierrez, his words to Petro as friend and expropriator to the FARC and Chavista

The consultations of the Team for Colombia’ saw Fico Gutierrez take the lead with a total vote in excess of 2 ’160.329. votes, which is equivalent to 54.1 percent of the total deposited in the internal electoral process of the coalition.

Gutierrez was present at the first presidential debate candidates following the legislative election. He was very measured with Gustavo Petro who won the Historic Pact consultation and Ingrid Betancourt who was an independent candidate. These were his responses.

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Importance Sunday’s Election Results

The debate began with a discussion of the results of Sunday’s elections. “It appears to me that we have one foot in the next round, which is a political reality. Fico said his goal was to win unison during the initial round. This is because many of the country stands at risk.

Following that there was speculation about having a chance of winning the initial round. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate said that the numbers speak for the numbers. Our coalition was the newest one, and it’s been around for three months. We are only seconds away from signing the Historic Pact. It is obvious that we are the only one who can face the populist and authoritarian initiatives like Petro in the second round.

Petro: The toughest questions

Federico Gutierrez questioned Gustavo Petro’s decision to include Piedad Cordoba in his list during the debate. “How do you say you will not accept corrupt individuals on your list if you include Piedad Cordoba? He negotiated with the lives of many kidnapped victims, and also became a member of the Chavez Regime that is very dangerous for Colombia?” noted that Cordoba was “trading with kidnapping”, and stood in solidarity to Ingrid Betancourt.

Gutierrez unleashed a brutal assault on Petro, calling him a ally of the FARC.

“Those who killed people, those that kidnapped the innocent, killed, extorted are the people who own peace. We are the masters and masters of war.” In my own life, I’ve used a weapon that was different from you, I have the moral right to talk about peace, and I will abide by the agreements, and make the FARC along with your friends and allies respect the peace agreement because they are not fulfilling the peace accord.” is now at the Gutierrez camp of Gutierrez. addressed the next issue: Oscar Ivan Zuluaga’s arrival to his campaign. “Zuluaga called me to thank me and encourage me to endorse his campaign,” he said. I told him that I was grateful for the opportunity to be in a personal position. I would like to talk to him. He also said that he was not a supporter of Uribe, but that it was still his support.

He added that “Those of those of us fighting for democracy must stand together.” I will meet with teachers. Together with the cooperative sector, they’re to present the country with an overall plan and show how we can add to it.

Gutierrez In the middle of this topic she rebuked Ingrid Betancourt to “whom is saying that one can be the only one who is good” and “that everybody is inherently evil or corrupt.”

“You don’t need to tell me that I have bad intentions because I’m not involved in a single corruption scandal and I’ve followed a good policy,” she rebuked the presidential candidate and said: is there truly no good person candidate in Central America? If I become president, like I’m planning to become, we will unify. Although I’m not sure if they’re from the right or left I will be able to govern with the highest quality.

Ingrid later accused the actor of being “supported by machinery such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro”. He said, “I am an individual with character. He claimed that he could join many alliances but that he has the character to resist violence and corruption.

“Petro is acting stupid”

Federico Gutierrez, made a new argument against Gustavo Petro. He said that he’s being accompanied in his quest for dominion of the world by former senator Armando Bidenetti. He said that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb” when he doesn’t receive any reaction.

What are the plans of health candidates?

The mayor who was the former mayor of Medellin proposed his vision of a system of health care in the country: “Ideology should not prevail, and we need dignity when it comes to health care. We’re going to eliminate the waits, promote health and prevention, articulation with IPS and EPS and establish the Siga system. The model makes use of triage to decide where you’ll receive treatment based on the disease.

He explained that it was essential to provide better conditions for health personnel and “that they are guaranteed to be connecting” and clarified that he will not end EPS and will continue to improve the system to care. He also stated that any EPS that DOES not perform is removed.

Relations with the United States

The question was answered: Should your relationship with the United States be rethought? Gutierrez said, “I intend to maintain an excellent and bipartisan relationship with America.” But there are some issues that need to be considered. We’ll strengthen a system in which production is accessible and the connection can not only be one of political, but also commercial.

“The issue facing the U.S. today is UU. It makes us realize that the world is changing and that they have a nation that can produce more food, however, it is able to export high-quality goods abroad.

Gutierrez used the opportunity to offer a bid to Petro: “The blockades that you Petro demanded to close roads have had an impact on the price food. He said that the blockades, which you ordered to shut down the roads have made the eggs and chicken more expensive.

Gutierrez He, who had previously insists that Petro was “going to expropriate” she pointed out that Petro’s government will provide low-interest loans to farmers and strengthen the irrigation districts. Land ownership will also be respected.

Questions from applicants to candidates

Federico Gutierrez was the one to clarify his position before the Uribe/Duque government. He stated: “I am certain that from August 7 onwards, everything is working, independent of the government,” he said.

He said that, while security is important however, it is not the only thing. However, he said that he will mix security with social. If military forces are required to enter a territory that is a source of conflict, each helicopter will arrive with the help of social investments.

Gutierrez posted a scathing critique of Petro who said that providing them with the current assistance, which is provided by Families in Action, is alms: “To the extent that the state accompanies its aid, it has to guarantee the family the minimum vital of water, and energy, but not tell him to offer him an opportunity to sell his products and then leave him in poverty. Check out Venezuela and you will see the Chavez model.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested that to alleviate the situation of pensioners to improve pensions, the “state’s capabilities should be transferred to territories to boost the amount of money invested in fixed assets like schools and roads. Gutierrez said there was 20 billion pesos worth mafia property, which aren’t subject to the state’s control.

He also said that he’d introduce a law to permit more domain extinction judges and prosecutor, so that the funds can be used for education, health, and pensions for three million who are pensioners. To make it even more impressive He said “the resources are there but you must know where they are.”

Are you looking to book an appointment with Pope Francis while on the campaign route

The debate focused on the visit of presidential candidates Gustavo Petro or Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez pointed this out in his remarks that “those who are scheduled to meet the Pope will be there because they don’t know him.” Although I am familiar with the Pope, my visit today is with Colombians. In fact, I had already met him in Medellin as part of the papal visits and I was able to listen to him very extensively that day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The discussion ended with Venezuelan relations. Gutierrez noted that Maduro had been in contact with Colombia through the FARC, Eln, dissidents Piedad and Petro. Maduro is not, as I see it, be recognized by the government as it is an absolute dictatorship. But it is possible to see a border reality.

He added that “for that, vehicular traffic must be allowed, because of trade, which is still happening, because the economy that is illegal is kept by criminal groups. Maduro is not recognized as a state, but business decisions should be taken at the border.”

Gutierrez, when talking about the issue, had another argument with Petro in which he claimed that he’s mute in his defense of “his allies” in reference to Russia, Syria and Venezuela, in addition to others.

He also opposed the idea of dissociating the Colombian economy from coal and oil in a statement that said it should be a progressive transition rather than all at once. ” ‘s the reason we’re working on renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind. We are making steps toward that end, and we will increase the capacity by a third.

Gutierrez delivered a message of goodbye: “Petro. I will be the president of Colombians.