Fico Gutierrez's phrases to Petro"friend," FARC Chavista, friend, FARC, and Expr

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23 May 2022

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"Fico" Gutierrez was the winner on Sunday, during the consultation of the "Team for Colombia," with a vote total of '160.329. 54.11% of votes were cast during the internal electoral process.

Gutierrez was present during the inaugural debate of presidential candidates following the elections for legislative. He was measured with Gustavo Petro, who won the Historic Pact consultation, and Ingrid Betancourt, an independent candidate. Fico Gutierrez These were his answers.

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Important importance of Sunday's elections results

The debate started with a discussion of Sunday's results in the election. "It seems to me like there is only one foot in round two this is an actual fact in politics. Fico said he was hopeful that the team will be united and win the first round. "A significant portion of the nation's fate is in the balance." After the issue was discussed, the possibility that Team for Colombia would win in the first round. Team for Colombia's presidential nominee said "The figures speak for itself." Three years have passed since we formed the foundation of our coalition. We're only seconds away, only one million votes of the Historic Pact, it is very clear who we are that can be in the second round and confront these populist and authoritarian policies similar to those of Petro."

Petro The most difficult questions

Federico Gutierrez questioned Gustavo Petro's decision to include Piedad Cordoba on his list in the course of the debate. "How can you claim that you are not accepting any corrupt person on your list, even if you include Piedad Cordoba in the midst of negotiating the lives of so many kidnapped persons, and when he became a member of the Chavez regime, which is a danger for Colombia? Fico affirmed his solidarity with Ingrid Betancourt who accused Cordoba "trading as kidnapping". Fico Gutierrez Gutierrez Then, he launched an abrasive attack on Petro and called Petro the "friend" of the FARC.

"Those who have attacked others and those who kidnapped, extorted and murdered are the ones who own peace. We are the masters of conflict. In my life I have used a weapon that was distinct from you. I have the moral right to talk about peace, and I'll abide by the agreements, and ensure that the FARC as well as your allies , and your friends adhere to the agreement, as they are not fulfilling the peace agreement."

Zuluaga's return to the Gutierrez Campaign

Gutierrez's second topic was Oscar Ivan Zuluaga joining his campaign. Gutierrez said that Zuluaga called him to congratulate him and to keep his candidacy going. I told him to I thank you for your personal position and that I'll meet with him. But I'm going to talk to a variety of different sectors that want to support our candidacy." He clarified that he wasn't Uribe's candidate but that he would accept his support.

He also said that "Those of us who are fighting for democracy must stand together." I will be meeting with teachers. Together with the cooperative sector we will present a national strategy to the country.

Gutierrez, in the middle of that topic, reproached Ingrid Betancourt "who is saying that one is the only good person and that everyone else is bad or corrupt."

"You do not have to convince me that I'm not doing anything right when I don't get one corrupt incident and have a clean-shaven policy," she said. She also asked the presidential candidate: Was there really one positive thing to be said about Central America? If I am elected president, which I'll be in the near future, I will join. I'm not sure if they're left-leaning or right-leaning, however, I'll be governing in the most efficient way possible.

Ingrid later accused him of being "supported by machineries such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro". "I am a man of character. He stated, "I will make many alliances but I have the integrity to refuse the use of violence or to allow corruption."

'Petro is playing dumb'

Federico Gutierrez made a new argument regarding Gustavo Petro. He stated that he was joined by Armando Benedetto, a former senator and is part of a process to end dominion. And when he did not get a response about it, he said that the candidate of the Historic Pact "always plays dumb."

What would health candidates suggest? The former Medellin mayor shared his vision of the country's health system "Ideology must not be the rule. There must be respect and dignity for our health services. We will end the waiting, we are going do prevention and promotion of health, and articulation with the IPS, EPS, implement Siga model where triage is done, and it is determined which treatment you receive depending on your illness.

He said that it was necessary to improve conditions for health professionals and to "ensure that they are provided with linksage guarantees" and stated that he won't end EPS however, he will improve the efficiency of the system for providing care. However, he added that "EPS which isn't working is eliminated."

Relations with America

To the question, will you rethink your relations to the United States? Gutierrez replied, "I'm going maintain a strong, bipartisan relationship to the United States. There are still a few issues that need to change. We will enhance the system through the production sector within the country to ensure that the relationship between the two is not only one of political, but also commercial.

"The issue facing the U.S. today is UU. It makes us realize that the world is changing and that they have a country which can produce more food but could export good quality goods abroad.

Gutierrez took advantage of this to offer a second bid to Petro. "The blockades that you Petro directed to close the roads have had an effect on food prices. People ask what the reason is for why chicken or egg are so expensive. "You have blocked the roads," Gutierrez claimed.

Gutierrez He, who had previously insisted that Petro was "going to expropriate", pointed out that Petro's government will provide low-interest loans to farmers and strengthen the irrigation districts. The land ownership rights will also be respected.

Questions from applicants to candidates

Federico Gutierrez was the one to explain his position in front of the Uribe/Duque government. He stated: "I am certain that starting August 7, everything that works, independently of the government," he said.

He said that although security is vital, it is integral. But, he stated that he would mix the social with security. Social investment will assist three helicopters to arrive in regions of conflict, if troops must arrive.

Gutierrez posted a critique of Petro who claimed that the aid they currently receive, via Families in Action, is alms: "To the extent that the state accompanies, it must ensure that the family receives the basic necessities of water and energy however, it should not be telling the family to provide him with an opportunity to sell his products and then leave the family in poverty. This is the Chavez model, and take a take a look at Venezuela."

Pension debate

Gutierrez suggested, in order to strengthen the pension system, "to take the state's capabilities to territorial entities to strengthen the value of fixed assets such as roads and schools. Gutierrez said there was 20 billion pesos worth mafia assets, that aren't subject to the state's oversight.

And he added: That's why I'm going to create an act to create more domain extinction prosecutors and judges to ensure that the money becomes assets for education, health and pension system for three million adults who receive an income." Then he concluded that "resources are there but you must know what they are."

How can I make appointments with Pope Francis while in the campaign?

The debate was focused on visits by presidential candidates Gustavo Petro (and Rodolfo Gutierrez) to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez suggested that those who plan to meet Pope Francis are not doing it because they do not have any idea about him. While I am familiar with him, my appointment today is with Colombians. I was able to meet him in Medellin during the papal visit, and I was capable of listening to him quite a lot that day."

Relations with Venezuela

The discussion concluded with Venezuelan relations. Gutierrez noted that Maduro was in contact with Colombia through the FARC, Eln, dissidents Piedad and Petro. Maduro cannot, I believe, be recognized by the state as it is a dictatorship. But there is a reality in the border."

He added that "for that, vehicular traffic is required because of trade that continues to occur, as that illegal economy is being maintained by criminal organizations. Maduro does not have the status of a government. The business decisions must be taken on the spot at the frontier.

Gutierrez and Petro have a new debate about the matter, noting that Petro is too silent to speak out in defense of "his allies" which refers specifically to Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Venezuela.

He also expressed his displeasure with the idea to dissociate the Colombian economy form coal and oil. "That's another reason that renewable energy projects such as solar or wind are in the process of being constructed. We are moving towards this goal and are looking to double our capacity.

Gutierrez offered a farewell message: "Petro. "I will be the president of the Colombians."
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