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    ‘Fico’ Gutierrez prevailed, on Sunday, during the meeting of the “Team for Colombia” with a majority of 2 ‘160.329. Votes, which is equal to 54.1 percent.

    Gutierrez attended the first debate between presidential candidates after the elections for legislative. He was very measured in his responses to 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 importance of Sunday’s election results

    The first topic of the debate was to analyze the outcome of the election on Sunday. “It seems to me that we have one foot at the second round, which can be a fact of the moment. Fico added, “With humility, I asked us to work together and win in round one.”

    Following the issue There was talk of the possibility of winning the initial round. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate claimed that the numbers speak for the numbers. Our coalition was one of the smallest 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 clear who we are, and who is going to be able to go to the second stage to face these populist and authoritarian projects like Petro.

    Petro Answers to Tough Questions

    Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate about the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba into his lists. “How do you claim that you won’t accept any corrupt person in the list if Piedad Cordoba is included in the first place, when he was associated with the Chavez regime that poses danger to Colombia?” Fico pointed out that Cordoba was “trading with kidnapping” and showed his support to Ingrid Betancourt.

    Gutierrez unleashed a brutal assault on Petro and called him a friend of the FARC.

    “Those who assaulted other people, those who kidnapped or killed, are the ones who own peace. We, the masters, of war.” I have lived my entire life with a weapon other than yours. I have moral authority and I am able to speak about peace and I will make your allies and friends accept the agreements.

    Zuluaga is at the Gutierrez camp.

    Gutierrez then addressed the next subject: Oscar Ivan Zurluaga’s arrival to his campaign. “Zuluaga called to say congratulations and encourage me to back his candidacy,” he said. I informed him that I am grateful for your personal choice and I’ll sit down to talk to him however, I will also be able to have a discussion to many other sectors that are interested in joining our candidacy,” he said and said he was not Uribe’s candidate, but he did admit to his support.

    He also said: “Those of us who believe in freedom and democracy need to unite. I will meet with teachers. Alongside the cooperative, we will display a nation’s agenda to the people of the country and demonstrate that there is more we can accomplish.

    Gutierrez Right in the middle, was criticized by Ingrid Betancourt who said that Ingrid Betancourt was saying that only one is good and that all others are corrupt.

    “You do not have to convince me that I’ve bad intentions since I haven’t had a single corruption scandal and I’ve implemented a fair policy.” she reproached the candidate and said: is there truly no good person in Central America? If I’m elected president like I’m planning to become, we will unify. While I’m not sure whether they are from the right or left I plan to rule with the best.

    Ingrid was then accuse of Ingrid of “being in support of machineries such as Los Char or Dilian Francisca Toro”. He stated, “I am a man who is a man with character.” He claimed that he could join many alliances but he also stated that he is able to resist violence and corruption.

    “Petro plays dumb”

    Federico Gutierrez made a new claim regarding Gustavo Petro. He stated that he was accompanied by Armando Benedetto, an ex-senator, who is involved in an effort to end dominion. In the event that he got an answer, he claimed that the candidate from Historic Pact “always acts dumb.”

    What are the plans of health candidates?

    forbes.co/2021/11/25/precandidatos-presidenciales/es-increible-ver-el-obstaculo-que-le-han-puesto-a-hidroituango-de-manera-irresponsable/ shared his vision for a nation’s health system “Ideology shouldn’t prevail. We need respect and dignity for our health services. We will end the waiting and we will implement prevention and health promotion. and articulation with the IPS, EPS, implement Siga model, where triage is carried out and the decision is made the best way to treat you depending on your illness.

    He also noted that it was essential to provide better conditions for healthcare personnel and “that there are guarantees of linking” and stated that he is not ending EPS but will strengthen healthcare delivery systems. He said, however, that any EPS that DOES not work will be eliminated.

    Relations with the United States

    In response to the question: Do you think about changing your relationships with the United States. Gutierrez replied, “I’m going maintain a close, bipartisan relationship with the United States. Certain issues need to be reconsidered. We’ll be enhancing an environment where production is available and the connection is not just one of business-related, but also political.

    UU is the problem with U.S. today. It makes us come to the realisation that the world has changed and they have an economy that is able to provide more food to the masses, but also export quality goods to other countries.

    Gutierrez utilized this opportunity to make another bid for Petro. “The blockades which you Petro ordered closing the roads had an impact on food prices. He claimed that people frequently ask why chicken and eggs are so expensive since they were blocked by roads.

    Gutierrez repeatedly claimed that Petro “is poised to expropriate”. He also stated that under his government the peasants will be able to get cheap loans, as well as irrigation districts, and land ownership will all be protected.

    Questions from the candidates to the candidates

    Federico Gutierrez had to respond to the position of the Uribe/Duque government: “It is clear that, starting August 7, all that works, independent from the government, will continue. And if http://www.lafm.com.co/secretos-la-fm/centro-democratico-dividido-entre-fico-gutierrez-y-alex-char-para-la-consulta doesn’t, I will improve it.”

    He also stated that the notion of security was crucial, but essential and that he would combine it with social investment. Three helicopters will be arriving with social investment if troops are needed to go into a conflict zone.

    Gutierrez posted a scathing critique of Petro who claimed that the current aid, through Families in Action, is alms: “To the extent that the state is involved it, it should provide the family with the essential necessities of water, and energy and energy, but not to tell the family to provide him with an opportunity to sell his products and leave the family in poverty. This is the Chavez model, and take a look at Venezuela.”

    Pension debate

    Gutierrez suggested that to alleviate pensions Gutierrez suggested that the “state’s capabilities be transferred to the territories in order to boost the amount of money invested in fixed assets such as roads and schools. He stated that 20 billion pesos of it is mafia-related assetsthat don’t need to be handled across the entire state.

    He said that he would introduce a law to permit the appointment of more domain-extinction judges as well as prosecutor, so that the money can be used for health, education, and pensions for three million people with pensions. He stated, “The resources are there. All you have to do is know where they’re.”

    The Pope’s appointments on the campaign trail?

    The discussion focused on the visit of potential candidates such as Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. In this regard, Fico Gutierrez pointed out that “those who will visit the Pope is because they are not familiar with the Pope. I am already acquainted with him, but my meeting today is with the Colombians I had the pleasure of meeting him in Medellin at the time of the papal visit, and I listened to him a lot that day.”

    Relations with Venezuela

    The discussion ended by addressing Venezuela. Gutierrez pointed this out: “Maduro has had a relationship with Colombia through the FARC. Eln. dissidents. Piedad. Petro. Maduro, which is a dictatorship, can’t be recognized as a legitimate government. But, there is an actuality at the border.”

    He also said that traffic on the roads must also be permitted due to trade issues, which are still occurring because criminal groups maintain operating an illegal economy. Maduro is not acknowledged by the authorities. Business decisions must be taken at or near the border.

    Gutierrez, when talking about the matter, was involved in another argument with Petro, noting that he’s mute to defend “his allies,” referring to Russia, Syria and Venezuela, in addition to other countries.

    He also opposed the idea of dissociating the Colombian economy from coal and oil, noting that it should be a progressive transition rather than all at once. “That’s one of the reasons why renewable energy projects like solar or wind are being developed. We are moving towards this goal and are looking to increase our capacity by a third.

    Gutierrez in his farewell in his farewell speech, stated: “Petro. You are Chavez, Maduro, but not Uribe or Duque. “I will be the president of Colombians.” Colombians.”