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    The meeting of the Team for Colombia’ saw Fico Gutierrez take the lead by winning a majority vote of more than 2 ’160.329. votes, which amounts to 54.1 percent of the total votes that were deposited in the internal electoral process within the coalition.

    Gutierrez participated in the first debate among presidential candidates following the legislative elections. He was measured by Gustavo Petro (who won the Historic Pact consultation) and Ingrid Betancourt (an independent candidate). These were his replies.

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    Importance of Sunday’s results in the election

    The initial topic of the debate was to discuss the Sunday’s results of the election. “It seems to me like there’s only one foot in round two, which is the political reality. However, my hope was that we can arrive united and prevail in the first round because much of the nation is at risk,” said Fico, who also said that he takes the victory “with humbleness.”

    Following the discussion the possibility of winning in the first round was discussed. Team for Colombia’s presidential candidate stated: “The numbers speak for them.” It’s been three years since the formation of our coalition. We are only a few just a few seconds away from being one million votes of the Historic Pact, it is very clear who we are that can be in the second round to face these authoritarian and populist projects similar to those of Petro.” that are challenging

    Federico Gutierrez was questioned by Gustavo Petro during the debate concerning the inclusion of Piedad Cordoba on his list. “How do you say that you don’t accept any person who is corrupt on the list, if you have Piedad Cordoba on your list, who negotiated the lives of so many kidnapped victims, and then was a part of the Chavez regime, which poses an omen for Colombia? Fico affirmed his solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba “trading as kidnapping”.

    Gutierrez later launched a scathing criticism of Petro and declared him an “friend of the FARC”:

    “Those who slayed others as well as those who abducted or coerced people into kill are the rightful owners of peace. We are masters of war. I’ve used a weapon that was different from yours in my life. I am morally qualified for peace talks and will ensure that the FARC allies, friends, and allies to comply, as they have not abided by the peace treaty.

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    Gutierrez spoke next to the topic: Oscar Ivan Zuluaga’s arrival to his campaign. “Zuluaga called to say congratulations and encourage me to support his candidacy,” he said. I told him to thank you for your position personally and that I would speak to him. But I am going to meet with a number of different sectors that want to be part of our campaign.” Gutierrez clarified that he wasn’t Uribe’s nominee, but would welcome the support of Uribe.

    He said: “Those of us who believe in freedom and democracy need to unite. I’ll be meeting with teachers and the cooperative sector. We are going to show the nation a common agenda for the nation and demonstrate that we are able to add”.

    Gutierrez during the debate, criticized Ingrid Betancourt, “who is saying that one is the only good one, and everyone is corrupt or bad.”

    She was critical of the candidate and said: “You don’t have to declare my bad intentions, even if there’s no corruption scandal, and I’ve done a decently-planned policy.” If I am elected president (which I’m planning to) I will unite. ‘m not sure if the people are left-leaning or the right, but I’m going to be governing with the best.”

    Ingrid then made accusations against him, claiming that he was “being supported” by machines like Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro. “I am a man with personality. He claimed that although he was willing to make many alliances with other people He had the strength of character to prevent the spread of violence and corruption.

    ‘Petro’ is dumb

    Federico Gutierrez, in an attempt to point out Gustavo Petro, stated that the candidate is with Armando Beenedetti, a former senator who has initiated a process of extinction. He claimed that the candidate for the Historic Pact “always plays dumb” when he doesn’t receive any response.

    What are the plans of health-related candidates?

    The mayor of the past Medellin proposed his idea for a health system. We are determined to stop the long lines. We will encourage wellness and prevention, and articulation between the IPS/EPS use of the Siga method, where triage is conducted and determines the place you’ll receive treatment based on the severity of your illness.

    He also said that it is essential to provide the health workers better conditions and “that they are protected by connection” and clarified that he will not end EPS however, he plans to improve the system in order to provide care. He stated, however that any EPS that DOES not work will be eliminated.

    Relations with the United States

    Answered the question: Will your relationship with the United States be rethought? said he will keep a positive, bipartisan relationship towards the United States. But there are some issues that need to be reconsidered. We’ll be enhancing the system of production that is accessible and the connection can not only be political but also commercial.

    UU is the main issue facing U.S. today. It makes us realize that things are changing and that the U.S. is a country which can produce more food consumption however, it is able to export high-quality items to foreign markets.

    Gutierrez used the opportunity to offer a bid to Petro: “The blockades that you Petro demanded to close roads had an impact on the cost of food. The people are wondering why the chicken and egg cost so much, since you blocked the road,” he said.

    Gutierrez repeated the notion that Petro “is going expropriate” and stated that low-cost loans would be granted to peasants under his government. He also noted that irrigation districts will be strengthened and land ownership will be protected, and that Petro will continue to insist that Petro “is going propriate”.

    Questions for candidates

    Federico Gutierrez answered the Duque and Uribe government by saying: “I am sure that from August 7 onwards, everything works independent of the government. I will keep it going and if it doesn’t work I will work on improving.”

    He said that security was essential but not the only thing, and the security would be a part of the social. Social investment will help three helicopters to arrive in regions of conflict, if troops must arrive.

    Gutierrez has criticized Petro and said Petro’s present assistance via Families in Action is alms. “To the extent that the state is a part of the family, it has to ensure that the family has the minimum amount of energy and water, but not to tell Petro to sell his market for life and leave the family in poverty. This is the Chavez model. Look at Venezuela.

    Pension debate

    Gutierrez proposed that to improve pensions, “to transfer the state’s capability to the territory entities to increase the amount of capital in fixed assets like schools or roads.” He also stated that there were 20 million pesos worth of mafia assets that could be handled by the state.

    He also stated that he will create a law to allow more domain extinction prosecutor. The money will be used to fund health and education, as well as the pension system for 3 million pensioners. said that there were resources available but you need to know the location of them.

    What is the status of meetings with Pope Francis in the course of the election?

    The discussion focused on the visit of candidates Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Gutierrez to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez made this point in his remarks that “those who are expected to visit the Pope are going because they don’t know the pope.” While I already know him, my appointment today involves the Colombians. Fico Gutierrez noted that while I know him personally, my meeting with him today is in the presence of Colombians.

    Relations with Venezuela

    The discussion concluded by addressing Venezuela. Gutierrez pointed this out: “Maduro has had a relationship with Colombia through the FARC. Eln. dissidents. Piedad. Petro. I think Maduro cannot be recognized as an official government because it is an absolute dictatorship. It is however possible to observe a border reality.

    He also stated that vehicle travel must be allowed due to the fact that trade has been taking place because criminal groups are keeping an illegal economy. Maduro isn’t recognized as a government, but the business decisions have to be made in the border area.”

    Gutierrez had a new fight with Petro as they discussed the matter. He said that he would not defend his “allies” which referred to Russia and Syria and Venezuela.

    He also criticised the idea of decoupling the economy of Colombia from coal and oil, pointing out that it must be a gradual change not a one-time. “That’s the reason why renewable energy sources like wind and solar are currently being implemented. We are working towards that goal, and will soon double our current capacity.

    Gutierrez gave a goodbye speech: “Petro. I am the president of the Colombians.”