“Fico” Gutierrez was the winner on Sunday, during the meeting of the ‘Team for Colombia’ with a majority of ‘160.329. This is equivalent to 54.1 percent of the total votes cast within the internal electoral processes of this coalition.
Gutierrez was in attendance at the presidential debate for the first time candidates after the legislative elections. He was compared to Gustavo Petro, the winner of the Historic Pact consultation, as and Ingrid Betancourt – an independent candidate. These were his responses.
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Sunday’s election results are crucial
The debate began with a discussion of Sunday’s results in the election. “It appears to me as if we have one foot at the second round, which may be a political reality. Fico said he was hopeful that the team will come together and win the first round. “A large portion of the fate of our country is at stake.”
After the issue was discussed, the possibility that Team for Colombia would win in the first round. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate stated that “The figures speak for itself.” Our coalition was only three months of age. http://b3.zcubes.com/v.aspx?mid=8253579 from a million votes away from the Historic Pact. It’s very obvious who we are and who we can face in the second round against authoritarian populist projects like Petro.
Petrol: Questions that are difficult
Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate about the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba on his list. “How do you say that you don’t accept any corrupt individual in the list if Piedad Cordoba is negotiating with so many kidnapped and joined the Chavez government, which is dangerous to Colombia?” Fico expressed solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt and said that Cordoba had been accused of “trading child abduction”.
Gutierrez then criticized Petro and said he was “friend of FARC”.
“Those who attacked people or those who kidnapped people the innocent, killed, extorted are the owners of peace. We are the masters and masters of war.” I’ve had weapons different to you in my lifetime. I am morally able for peace negotiations and will force the FARC allies, friends, and allies comply, since they have not abided by the peace agreement.
Zuluaga’s return to the Gutierrez Campaign
The next issue that Gutierrez addressed was the return of Oscar Ivan Zuluaga to his campaign: “Zuluaga called me to congratulate me and to adhere to his campaign. I told him to thank you for your personal endorsement and that I’ll meet with him. But I’m going to talk to a variety of other sectors that would like to be part of our campaign.” Gutierrez made clear that he was not Uribe’s choice but would be willing to the support of Uribe.
He added: “Those of us who defend democracy and freedoms have to unite. I’ll meet with teachers. In the cooperative sector they are going to show the nation an agenda for the nation and demonstrate how we can contribute to it.
Gutierrez, in the middle of the discussion, criticized Ingrid Betancourt “who is saying that one is the only good person and that everyone else is bad or corrupt.”
She rebuked the candidate, saying: “You don’t have to declare my bad intentions, since there’s not a single corruption scandal, and I’ve executed a sensiblely-planned policy.” If I’m elected president (which I plan to) I will bring together. I’m not certain if they are from the left or right, but I’m going to govern with the highest quality.”
Ingrid was then accuse of Ingrid of “being patronized by machines like Los Char or Dilian Francisca Toro”. He stated, “I am an individual with character. He added, “I will make many alliances but I have the moral character to avoid the use of violence or to allow corruption.”
“Petro” is dumb
Federico Gutierrez launched a new argument at Gustavo Petro, stating that Gustavo Petro is accompanied, along with other people, by Armando Benedetti (an ex-senator with an agenda for the end of dominion). And when he did not get a response about it He said that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”
What health care plans do health advocates have in mind?
The former mayor of Medellin proposed his vision of a system of health care in the nation: “Ideology should not prevail and we must have dignity when it comes to health care. We’re going to stop the lines, we are going to conduct prevention and promotion of health, and articulation with the IPS and EPS, implement the Siga model, where the triage is carried out and it is determined where you will be treated according to the health condition “.
He also said that it was important to provide better conditions for healthcare workers and “that there is a guarantee of linkage” and stated that he would not be cutting EPS but will improve care delivery systems. However, he stated that “EPS that is not working” will be eliminated.
Relations with America
To the question: Would you rethink relations with the United States? Gutierrez said: “I’m going to maintain an open bilateral relationship with the United States. But some issues need to be considered. We must strengthen the system in which there is production within the country to ensure that the interaction between them is not only one of political, but also commercial.
UU is today’s problem in the U.S. It forces us to realize that the world has changed, and that they are a nation which can produce more consumption of food, yet provide high-quality goods to the world.”
Gutierrez used the occasion to announce a new bid against Petro: “The Blockades, that is, the blockades. Petro directed you to shut down the roads,” Gutierrez said. He said that people often wonder why eggs and chicken are so expensive because they were blocked by roads.
http://www.bcsnerie.com/members/fico-gutierreztnhs167/activity/2055655/ , who once more insisted that Petro was “going to expropriate” He also said that Petro’s government would give low-interest loans to peasants as well as strengthen irrigation districts. https://fico-gutierrezamrx280.tumblr.com/post/684218369501757441/fico-gutierrez-with-his-words-to-petro-a-friend will also be respected.
Questions from candidates to candidates
Federico Gutierrez had to respond to the government’s Uribe/Duque position: “It is clear that beginning August 7, all that’s working, which is independent of the government and in the absence of government intervention, will continue. And what doesn’t work I will make it better.”
He said that, while security is vital, it is integral. However, he said that he would combine security with social. Social investment will assist three helicopters to arrive in conflict areas if military forces are required to arrive.
Gutierrez has criticized Petro for declaring that they should offer them the help they have received via Families in Action. It stated that it must ensure that the family enjoys the minimum vitality of water, energy and food, but not force him to give up his life to make him poor. This is the Chavez Model. Let’s examine Venezuela.
Gutierrez suggested, to improve the issue of pensions it is suggested that the state be in a position to transfer its assets to territorial entities to help strengthen the money in fixed resources such as roads and schools. Furthermore, there is 20 billion pesos of mafia assetsthat are not required to be managed by the government,” he said.
He also said this is why I’m putting together an act to create more domain extinction judges and prosecutors and that this money becomes assets for education, health and pensions for the three million people who are eligible for pensions.” He added that the resources were available but you need to know the location of them.
Are you looking to book an appointment with Pope Francis? the campaign tour?
The discussion focused on the visits of presidential the candidates Gustavo Petro, Rodolfo Gutierrez and Pope Francis. In this context, Fico Gutierrez pointed out that “those who are going to visit the Pope is because they do not know the Pope. Even though I know him, my appointment today involves the Colombians. Fico Gutierrez said that even though I am personally acquainted with him, my meeting with him today will be in the presence of Colombians.
Relations with Venezuela
The discussion ended with the topic of Venezuela. Gutierrez pointed this out: “Maduro has had a relationship with Colombia through the FARC. Eln. dissidents. Piedad. Petro. Maduro, which is a dictatorship, cannot be considered to be a government. But there is a fact at the border.”
He stated that vehicular traffic must be allowed due to the trade issue that is currently being fought by criminal groups. Maduro is not recognized by the government. Business decisions have to be taken at or near the border.
Gutierrez and Petro had a new argument about the matter, noting that Petro is not willing to defend “his allies” in particular, specifically Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Venezuela.
He also opposed the notion of separating the Colombian economy from oil and coal, noting that it should be a gradual transition, and not all at one time. “That is the reason renewable energy initiatives like solar and wind are being developed. We are taking steps towards that end, and we will double the capacity.
Gutierrez delivered a speech to say goodbye: “Petro, You are Chavez and Maduro however, I am neither Uribe or Duque.” I am the president of the Colombians.”