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    With http://www.portafolio.co/elecciones-2022/discurso-fico-gutierrez-tras-ganar-coalicion-de-equipo-por-colombia-562882 of votes of 2 ‘160.329, ‘Fico’ Gutierrez won the Sunday consultation of the”Team for Colombia’. votes, which amounts to 54.1 percent of all votes cast in the internal electoral process within the coalition.

    Gutierrez was in attendance for the first debate of presidential contenders after the elections for legislative. He was extremely measured with Gustavo Petro who won the Historic Pact consultation and Ingrid Betancourt who was an independent candidate. These were his replies.

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    The election results on Sunday are important.

    The initial topic of the debate was to discuss Sunday’s results of the election. “It appears to me as if we have one foot at the next round. This could be a fact of the moment. However, http://www.eltiempo.com/elecciones-2022/presidencia/federico-gutierrez-hablo-de-sus-propuestas-en-el-debate-presidencial-658392 was to be united and prevail in the first round, as much of the nation is at risk,” said Fico, who also said that he takes the win “with humbleness.”

    Following the discussion the likelihood of winning the first round was discussed. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate said: “The numbers speak for them.” Our coalition was three months old, and it was the smallest. We’re only just a few seconds away from being one million votes away from the Historic Pact, it is very clear who we are that can be in the second round to confront these populist and authoritarian policies like the ones of Petro.”

    The toughest questions to Petro

    Federico Gutierrez, questioned during the discussion the decision made by Gustavo Petro to include Piedad Cordoba in his lists. “How can you claim you’re not going to put corrupt people on your list if you have Piedad Cordoba? He was involved with the lives so many kidnapped persons, and he became a member of the Chavez Regime, which is dangerous for Colombia?” Fico declared his solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt and said that Cordoba had been accused of “trading kidnapping of children”.

    Gutierrez later slammed Petro and said he was “friend of FARC”.

    “Those who attacked others and those who abducted or coerced people into kill are the rightful owners of of peace. We are masters war. I’ve lived my whole life with a weapon other than you. I am a moral person and can speak of peace and will ensure that your friends and allies accept the agreements.

    Zuluaga is now in the Gutierrez camp.

    The second topic Gutierrez addressed was the return of Oscar Ivan Zuluaga to his campaign: “Zuluaga called me to thank me and pledge to his campaign. I assured me that I was pleased with his personal status. However, I would like to meet with him.

    He also said that “Those of us who fight for democracy must unite.” I will be meeting with teachers. With the cooperative sector, they’re going show the country an agenda for the nation and demonstrate how we can add to it.

    Gutierrez, during the middle of this discussion was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt to “whom is saying that one can be the only good one” and “that everybody is corrupt or evil.”

    She stated, “You don’t have have to tell us that I’ve got bad intentions.” and she added, “Is there really any one thing that is good about Central America?” If I’m elected president, and I’ll be, I will unite. I’m not sure if they are from the left or the right, I’m going to govern in the best way possible.”

    He also reacted to the accusations of “being supported by machineries such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro”. “I am a man of the character. He claimed that he could join many alliances however, he also said that he is able to stand up against corruption and violence.

    “Petro plays dumb”

    Federico Gutierrez, launched a new point to Gustavo Petro by stating that he is accompanied by ex-senator Armando Benedetti who has an option to dismantle dominion. When he didn’t get a response about it and he claimed that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb.”

    What advice would health professionals give?

    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 respect and dignity when it comes to the health system. We’re going to eliminate the waiting times, encourage health and prevention, as well as articulation with IPS and EPS and introduce the Siga system. The model relies on triage to decide where you’ll be treated based on your condition.

    He said it was important to create better conditions for health personnel and “that they are guaranteed to be linking” and clarified that he will not stop EPS and will continue to strengthen the system of care. He also said that “EPS that is not working can be dissolved.”

    Relations with the United States

    Answer the question Do you want to review your relationships with the United States? Gutierrez said he will continue to maintain a bipartisan, positive relationship towards the United States. However, some issues must be rethought. We’ll be enhancing an environment where production is readily available, so that the relationship is not just one of business-related, but also political.

    UU is the main problem within the U.S. of today. It is a reminder that the world is changing and that they have a nation which can produce more food, but could export good quality items to foreign markets.

    Gutierrez took advantage of this to make another bid for Petro. ” http://www.eluniversal.com.co/politica/conozca-a-fico-gutierrez-candidato-de-equipo-por-colombia-a-la-presidencia-AX6257332 that you Petro placed on roads to shut them down affected prices for food items. He explained that the blockades you ordered to close the roads, have made chicken and eggs more expensive.

    Gutierrez reiterated that Petro “is going to take over” and pointed out that, under his government the government will provide loans at a low cost granted to farmers, irrigation districts will be strengthened, and land ownership will be respected.

    Questions from candidates for candidates

    Federico Gutierrez was then able to articulate his views to Uribe’s and Duque governments: “I am absolutely clear that starting on August 7th, everything which works, independent of the government, is going to continue. What doesn’t work, will I improve it.”

    He added that security was important but not the only thing, and the security would be a part of the social. If military forces are required to reach a region in which there is conflict every helicopter will be accompanied by the help of social investments.

    Gutierrez posted a criticism on Petro. He said that Petro provides them with the aid they currently receive via Families in Action. This is the Chavez model and take a look at Venezuela.”

    Pension debate

    Gutierrez suggested, to improve pension issues to improve pension issues, that “the state’s capacities to the territorial entities be used to increase the value of fixed assets like schools, roads and roads.” Furthermore, there is 20 billion pesos in mafia assetsthat don’t have to be handled by the state,” he said.

    He also said that he’d introduce a law to permit the appointment of more domain-extinction judges as well as prosecutor to ensure that the money can be used to fund 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 be aware of the location of them.

    What is the status of meetings with Pope Benedict XVI during the campaign?

    The discussion focused on the visit of candidates Gustavo Petro, Rodolfo Gutierrez and Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez made this point and said that “those who are expected to visit the Pope are going because they don’t know the Pope.” Even though I know the Pope, my visit today is with the Colombians. Fico Gutierrez noted that while I personally know him, my meeting with him today will be with the Colombians.

    Relations with Venezuela

    The closing discussion was about the relationship with Venezuela, to which Gutierrez said: “Maduro’s relationship with Colombia has been through the FARC and the Eln dissidents, dissidents Piedad and Petro. Maduro, which is a dictatorship, can’t be considered to be a government. But there is a reality in the border.”

    He stated that vehicular traffic should be permitted because of the trade issue that is currently being dealt with by criminal organizations. Maduro is not considered to be a state, but business decisions should be taken at the border.”

    Gutierrez in his discussion of the issue, had another argument with Petro and noted that he is silent to defend “his allies,” in reference to Russia, Syria and Venezuela, in addition to others.

    He also decried the idea that Colombia could be separated from coal and oil. “That’s why we are engaged in renewable energy projects, like solar and wind. We are working towards that goaland are planning to increase our capacity by a third.

    Gutierrez delivered a speech to say goodbye: “Petro, You are Chavez and Maduro but I am not Uribe nor Duque.” I am the president of the Colombians.”