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    On Sunday, Gustavo Petro, the candidate for Gustavo Petro, confirmed the favoritism polls have been showing for a number of weeks.

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    In the end, the former Bogota mayor Bogota and former senator of the Republic managed to win the victory within the Historic Pact coalition and officially becomes a candidate for the presidency of the Republic which is a post that he hopes to attain three times.

    His strong vote at the consultation is the most representative of the Colombian Left and a solid candidate for the presidency, despite his controversial ideas and proposals on multiple fronts such as the economic one.

    Petro has announced that he plans to alter the pension scheme through the creation of an official manager for pension funds. This would enable an “mixed system” of public and private funds.

    The candidate has stated that in Colombia “we don’t have pensions, we have banks have a profit system,” so many claim that he would end any chance of winning the presidency. Petro recently stated that he will not abolish the system but would push for reforms to the pension system in order to ensure an income that is minimum for Colombians. He has also said that there is “no necessity” to increase the pension age.

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    Another controversy is that he has repeatedly said that he’ll stop extraction of oil by the time he takes office. This has been an issue that has created uncertainty for investors. The experts believe that Petro’s request to Colombia to stop exploration for oil will result in a loss of $4.3 billion.

    The plan also proposes the formation of an anti-oil front across the region as well as across the globe, which helps move the economy away fossil fuels. I would invite Gabriel Boric, the new Chilean president, as well as Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva, Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva, the Brazilian vice-president.

    Petro said he’s spoken with Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain, about his idea.

    His position on healthcare issues is also controversial. He wants to end EPS, and replacing it with a preventive-care model that “guarantees individual rights, not bankers’ profits.”

    He also questioned the independence of Banco de la Republica. He also announced that he would make reforms should he become the president.

    Petro declared that the Bank Board of Directors belongs to the Democratic Center. Accordingly, the candidate at the center of a debate said “What do we want? A truly independent Bank of the Republic (…) It seems to me essential that the Board of Directors has the support of the Society.”

    Invamer states that Petro is the main voter’s intention to vote in the presidential elections.

    It was controversial that he suggested issuing money to finance government spending.

    Petro’s ideas include a non-reliant economy, hydrocarbon extraction and mining, in addition to a more prominent contribution from agriculture.

    He also said that he would pursue tax reforms to end exemptions, and to transform the idea of a minimum wage into a wage that is based on income and capital.