Gustavo Petro's Lights and Shadows, the winner of The Historic Pact

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06 May 2022

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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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The win was won by Bogota's former senator and mayor of the Republic. makes him a candidate in the presidency of the Republic the office that he is aspiring to for the 3rd time.

gustavo petro in the consultation has made him the most representative member of the Colombian left. gustavo petro 's an excellent contender for president despite his controversial ideas and views on numerous areas.

Petro has stated that he plans to alter the pension scheme through the creation of the public manager of pension funds. will allow for an "mixed system" of private and public funds.

He said that Colombia is not a pension system, but instead, a system of bank profit. This is what many believe would make him the most likely candidate to win the President. has recently said that he wouldn't abolish the system, but would instead seek to improve the pension system in Colombia in order achieve an adequate level of pension for Colombians. He said "no need" to increase the age of retirement.

(Who are on of Historic Pact's possible candidates). is his repeated pledges to end oil extraction once his presidency begins. This has caused uncertainty for investors as well as the general market.

Experts estimate that Petro's plan to stop oil exploration could cost Colombia around $4.3 billion.

This plan includes the establishment of an anti-oil front in both the region and around all over the world to shift the economy away fro fossil fuels. would invite Gabriel Boric to Chile and LuizInacio Lula de Silva to join me.

Petro claimed that he's spoken with Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain, about his idea.

His position on healthcare is also controversial. He wants to end EPS and replacing it by the preventive-care model which "guarantees individual rights, not bankers' profit."

The president also raised doubts regarding the legitimacy and independence of the Banco de la Republica.

Petro claimed that the Bank Board of Directors belonged to the Democratic Center and "What we would like is an independent Bank of the Republic (...) it seems crucial that the board of directors has the presence of society members," the candidate stated during an argument.

Invamer reports that Petro is leading in terms of voting intentions for the presidential election.

The idea of issuing funds to finance government expenditure was also controversial.

The main pillars of Petro's plan are an economy that does not depend on fossil fuels, mining, or extraction of hydrocarbons, and increasing importance to agriculture.

It is also stated that he would bring about a tax change that would remove exemptions and change minimum wage concepts into actual wages based on the income and capital.

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