Fico Gutierrez’s remark to Petro the Petro: friend, FARC Chavista, friend and Expropriator

The Sunday’s meeting of the “Team for Colombia” saw ‘Fico’ Gutierrez win with a total vote 2 160.329. votes, which equals 54.1 percent of the total votes cast. These votes were used in internal electoral processes in the coalition.

Gutierrez was in attendance at the first debate of presidential candidates following the elections for legislative. He was measured with Gustavo Petro and Ingrid Betancourt who won Historic Pact consultation. These were his questions.

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The importance of the Sunday’s election outcomes

The first issue of the great debate was the Sunday’s election result. “It appears that we are in one hand in the second round. This is a fact of politics. However, my hope was to be united and win the first round because a lot of the country is at stake,” said Fico, who said he accepts the win “with humility.”

Following that, the possibility for being able to win the first round of elections was discussed. The candidate for president for Team for Colombia stated: “The numbers are evident. Our coalition was the most recent one, and it’s been around for three months. We are only a few seconds away from. With just one million votes left in the Historic Pact it is quite obvious who we are and who is in a position to move to the next stage and face these populist and authoritarian initiatives, such as Petro.

There are some tough questions to Petro

Federico Gutierrez challenged Gustavo Petro’s decision not to include Piedad Cordoba on the lists. “How can you claim that you are not accepting any corrupt person in the list when you’ve got Piedad Cordoba on your list, who negotiated the lives of a lot of kidnapped victims, and then joined with the Chavez regime, which poses an omen for Colombia? Fico affirmed his solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.

Gutierrez then launched a harsh criticism of Petro and called him a “friend of the FARC”:

“Those who attack the innocent, those who kidnapped and extorted money and murdered are the masters and owners of war. In my life I’ve used weapons that were different than you. I have the moral right to talk about peace, and I’ll ensure that the FARC along with allies and close friends respect the agreements. They have not complied with the terms of the peace accord.

Zuluaga makes an appearance at the Gutierrez campaign

Gutierrez was then on to the next issue: Oscar Ivan Zuluaga’s arrival to his campaign. “Zuluaga called me to thank me and encourage me to endorse his candidacy,” he said. I informed him that I thank you for that personal choice and I’ll discuss with him but I’m also going to have a discussion to other sectors who would like to be part of our campaign,” he said and clarified that he is not Uribe’s choice, however he did admit to support.

He added, “Those of you who defend freedoms and democracy should join forces.” I will be meeting with teachers as well as the cooperative sector. We are going to present a national agenda for the country and showcase what we can do.”

Gutierrez during the discussion, criticised Ingrid Betancourt, “who is insisting that there is only one good and every other is corrupt or bad.”

“You do not have to convince me that I have bad intentions when I don’t have a single corruption scandal and I’ve followed a good policy,” she reproached the candidate and said: is there really no one good in Central America? If I’m elected president, which I’m hoping to be, I’ll join. I’m not certain if they are from the left or the right, I’m going to be governing with the highest quality.”

Ingrid was then accused by Ingrid of “being supported machineries like Los Char or Dilian Francisca Toro”. He added, “I am an individual of character. He said, “I will make many alliances, but I have the character to not allow violence or corruption.”

“Petro is acting silly”

Federico Gutierrez launched a new point to Gustavo Petro, stating that he is accompanied, among other people, by Armando Benedetti (an ex-senator with an agenda for the end of dominion). And when he did get an answer, he said that the candidate from Historic Pact “always acts dumb.”

What do health professionals have to say?

The idea of a nationwide health system was presented by the mayor who was previously in charge of Medellin: “Ideology must not be the rule. We require dignity and respect in the health system. We want to eliminate the barriers, promote prevention, health promotion, articulation and EPS through the IPS/EPS and implement the Siga Model, where triage takes place and determines the best place to treat you according to the condition.

He said it’s important to offer better conditions to health personnel and “that they are protected by linking” and made it clear that he will not end EPS however, he plans to strengthen the system to provide health care. He also said that “EPS that does not work is liquidated.”

Relations with America

The question was answered: Should your relationship with the United States be rethought? Gutierrez responded: “I’m going to maintain an open bilateral relations with the United States. There are some things that require change. We are going to strengthen the system of production in the country, in order to make the relationship not only political but commercial”

UU is the reason that is what makes the U.S. so problematic today. It forces us to realize that the world has changed and that there exists an emerging nation that could not only produce more food but could also export high quality products.

Gutierrez made use of the occasion to announce a new bid against Petro: “The Blockades, that is, the blockades. Petro ordered you to close the roads” Gutierrez said. The people are wondering what the reason is for why chicken and egg are so expensive because you shut down the roads,” he said.

Gutierrez He, who had previously asserted that Petro was “going to expropriate”, stated that Petro’s administration would give low-interest loans to peasants and strengthen irrigation districts. Land ownership will also be protected.

Questions for candidates

Federico Gutierrez answered the Duque and Uribe governments by declaring: “I am sure that starting August 7 the system will operate independently of the government. will continue it and what doesn’t I will work on improving.”

He said that, while security is vital, it is integral. But, he stated that he will mix the social with security. will be arriving with social investment if the military is required to enter the conflict zone.

Gutierrez posted a criticism on Petro. He claimed that Petro provides them with the aid they currently receive through Families in Action. Take a look at Venezuela.

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, in order improve the pension issue to improve the pension system, the government should be in a position to transfer its assets to territorial bodies to assist in strengthening the cash in fixed resources, such as schools and roads. Additionally, there are of mafia-related assets that are not required to be handled by the state,” he said.

He said that “that’s why I will make a law that has more domain-extinction prosecutors and courts so that this money can be turned into assets to education, healthcare, and pensions for the three million adult who have a retirement pension.” He concluded that the “resources are available but you must know the location they’re located.”

How can I make appointments with the Pope while I’m out campaigning?

The discussion was focused on the potential visits of the candidates Gustavo Petro or Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez claimed that those who plan to visit the Pope do not expect to be familiar with him. I already know the Pope, however my visit today is with Colombians I had the pleasure of meeting him in Medellin, during the papal visit, and I heard him speak a lot the day.”

Relations with Venezuela

The closing discussion was about the relations with Venezuela, to which Gutierrez said: “Maduro’s relationship with Colombia has been through the FARC as well as the Eln dissidents, the FARC, Piedad and Petro. Maduro can’t be considered as a state because it’s an absolute dictatorship. However, there is a real-world situation on the other side of the border.”

He also stated that vehicle travel must be allowed because of the issue that trade has been taking place because criminal groups have been operating an illegal economy. Maduro does not have the legal status of a government. Business decisions should be made at its frontier.

Gutierrez had a new fight with Petro during a discussion about the matter. He said that he did not defend his “allies” which referred to Russia and Syria and Venezuela.

He also condemned the idea that Colombia will be cut off from coal and oil. “That’s why we’re developing renewable energy projects, like wind and solar. Steps are being taken towards this, and we’re planning to increase the capacity by a third.”

In a final goodbye, Gutierrez said a new puya “Petro, you are Chavez and Maduro, but I do not belong to Uribe or Duque. I will be the president of Colombians.