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22 May 2022
Gustavo Petro, presidential candidate has held a powerful social network connection between the presidential candidate who is running for the post of the president within the country as part of the Historic Pact as well as General Eduardo Enrique Zapateiro who is the Army commander. petro gustavo Petro posted a tweet stating that some (generally-ranking) officers "are employed by Clan."
"While the soldiers in the Gulf Clan are being killed, some of their generals are still on the payroll of the Clan." When those who have been who are involved in trafficking drugs become the. they are eventually becoming generals themselves," Gustavo Petro shared on social media.
https://www.elheraldo.co/gustavo-petro General Zapateiro's response
This message generated the reply of the Army Commander and Commander of the Army, who in six trillions asked the presidential candidate questions.
https://www.eluniversal.com.co/temas/-/meta/gustavo-petro General Zapateiro declared that "no person is more hurt than those who wear camouflage and their families and their homelands, but their supreme sacrifice for the country should never be used in campaign narratives."
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In the second text the officer of the highest rank spoke about the numerous soldiers who had been killed in recent days. "Since 2021 over 500 military personnel have been injured and killed in the course of completing the mission and their sacrifice was not recognized, and there were no pronouncements. It's strange that the death and suffering of patriotic heroes can now be used to create other signs.
Gustavo Petro, an army commander, requested to Gustavo Petro inform the authorities if he knows anything regarding generals with connections to organizations that aren't law-abiding.
gustavo petro "Senator. petro gustavo Do not use your investiture (parliamentary immunity) to try to politicize the deaths of our soldiers. Instead, fulfill your duty as a citizen and file an substantiated complaint.
He added another phrase: "I remind senators that they are part of the group that you dare refer to as 'drug trafficking lawmakers'. As as a citizen, I would suggest that you do not generalize. First and foremost, respect"
The message from the top official that generated the most controversy was one that stated that Colombians were witness to the current president receiving money from a bag.
"I have not seen an official receive money that was stolen on the television." General Zapateiro stated that Colombians were well-versed in the practice of receiving money in garbage bags.
In closing, the official wrote that "to the oldest group in the country, whose members, men, and women, have steadfastly upheld the democratic system, this nation, for more than two centuries, even offering their lives for the cause, I demand respect."