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    Gustavo Petro’s trill triggered a conflict between the president’s candidate and general Eduardo Enrique Zapateiro the commander, on social media. Petro said that a few (generally) officers were “on the Clan’s payroll.”

    “While gustavo petro are being murdered by the Gulf Clan, some of generals are on the Gulf Clan’s payroll. has been corrupted by the politicians of the drug trafficking industry are the.that they end up ascending to the generals”” Gustavo Petro said via social media.

    General Zapateiro’s response

    The message triggered the reaction from the Army commander with six trills, who questioned the presidential candidate for his comments.

    General Zapateiro said that “no one is more wounded than those who don camouflage, and their families and the country they live in, but their supreme sacrifice for the nation should not be used in campaigns to justify their actions.”

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    An officer of the highest rank spoke out about the deaths of soldiers over the past few years. “Since 2021, more than 500 military personnel have died and suffered injuries in the pursuit of the mission. The sacrifice was unnoticed and there were not pronouncements. It’s interesting that the death of the heroes of the fatherland causes affliction and is used to signify other things.”

    Gustavo Petro was asked by the commander of the army to notify Gustavo Petro about any possible connections between generals and other organizations other than the law. He also needs to make an official complaint to authorities.

    “Senator. Do not use your investiture (parliamentary immunity) to attempt to politicize the deaths of our troops. Instead, perform your civic duty and file an authentic complaint.

    @ refer to, “whoever it is” the person you have identified as the general.

    He also added another trill. “I reminds you that as senators, you are part of a group which you can’t denounce as being ‘drug trafficking politicians’. As an individual, I suggest that you not generalize. Respect is the first priority.”

    The message from the top official that created the most controversy was the one that said that Colombians had seen the president of the moment receiving money in bags.

    “I have never seen anyone receiving money from ill-gotten funds on television.” saw you get money in a bag,” General Zapateiro said.

    The official concluded his remarks by saying that he will demand respect for the oldest institution in the country. The members, both men and women, have unreservedly upheld democracy across the country for over 200 years, sometimes even risking their lives for it.