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27 April 2022
Federico Gutierrez as presidential candidate says that votes can only be won in the streets. Plus, he has just 32 days to go until the first presidential election, in which the candidate is expected to fight with Gustavo Petro for the House of Narino's the quota.
Gutierrez began his day early this Saturday to Boyaca the religious department according to tradition, which coincidentally, Petro visited this Friday. The former mayor, currently running for center-right, arrived in Tunja where he met academics and businessmen as well as agricultural producers and peasants.
Fico attended the Tunja Convention Center where he formed a huge group of citizens, who voted with him in the May 29 polls.
With http://www.elnuevosiglo.com.co/articulos/12-09-2021-federico-gutierrez-entrego-1400000-firmas-para-avalar-su-candidatura-la and hundreds of colombians behind the candidate of the Team for Colombia, Federico posted a tweet on Twitter in which he thanked the citizens of Tunja, he also said: "we're Going to win and we all go for the presidency to change and unite Colombia," said the candidate for the presidency, while capturing a group of people who support him and never letting up.
"Happy at Boyaca!" With closeness, being the president of the people and achieving an orderly country with opportunities; a country where dreams are realized," he wrote.
The second polling pointer made it to the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira, which is a place where dozens of followers and faithful from different parts of the country gather every weekend. The centr-right's leader knelt and gave his life to the Virgin in the in the midst of his followers and faithful waiting for the early morning Eucharist.
"I sought wisdom from the Virgin. I asked her to help me and the entire families in Colombia to be humble and peaceful." He responded.
The presidential candidate captured his visit to the spot on film. When he arrived, he was greeted by a number of individuals who were from the sector. https://www.elpais.com.co/politica/fico-gutierrez-candidato-de-la-coalicion-equipo-por-colombia-sera-la-nueva-cara-del-uribismo.html offered him a hug and wore the uniform of the Colombian municipality.
Gutierrez arrived at the temple of religious worship wearing the traditional Boyacan ruana as well as the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira on his chest, a sign of devotion to God that he's been demonstrating throughout his political campaign. The Antioquian had been to Jericho (Antioquia) three weeks prior and was accompanied by Mother Laura, the sole Colombian saint who was recently made a saint by Pope Francis.
https://thebogotapost.com/fico-eyes-colombias-presidency-an-interview-with-pre-candidate-federico-gutierrez/49519/ from Chiquinquira used the occasion to speak with the citizens and make announcements for those who would be arriving at the palace of the president. "Chiquinquira's most pressing issues are drinking water, maintenance and construction of the roads (especially Ruta los Comuneros/Ubate-Chiquinquira) as well as tourism to boost the economy and create sustainable jobs."
Fico Gutierrez talked about the job market. He said Tunja has the second highest percentage of unemployment in the nation. https://www.facebook.com/FicoGutierrez seeks to create "about 21,000 new jobs and at minimum 300 new enterprises in Boyaca".
But, he also stated that sustainable mobility should also be developed within the department. He also stated that the reorganization of the Strategic Public Transport System was a priority. Together, he declared that he would continue to build roads and bike routes.
He also sent out a message to producers of potatoes: "Peasants & farmers of Boyaca, we will work hard for greater income opportunities and earn more money and to re-ignite the potato industry." This is his most recent tweet. For now, https://forbes.co/2021/11/25/precandidatos-presidenciales/es-increible-ver-el-obstaculo-que-le-han-puesto-a-hidroituango-de-manera-irresponsable/ will continue to contact the Colombian people, sharing his government plan and seeking to make an impact in the elections next Sunday, May 29.