With a vote count of 2 '160.329, 'Fico’ Gutierrez was the winner of the Sunday consultation of the ‘Team for Colombia'. Votes equal to 54.1 percent.<br/><br/>Gutierrez participated in the first debate between presidential candidates after the legislative elections. He was judged by Gustavo Petro, who won the Historic Pact consultation, and Ingrid Betancourt, an independent candidate. These were his questions.<br/><br/>'We more centralism': Federico Gutierrez during his time at<br/><br/>The election results on Sunday have immense significance<br/><br/>The debate began with an examination of Sunday's results in the election. "It seems that we have one hand in the second round. This is a political fact. However, my hope was that we can arrive united and win the first round, because a lot of the country is at stake," said Fico, who added that he receives the win "with humility."<br/><br/>Following that discussion, the possibility of winning the first round was mentioned in which the presidential candidate from Team for Colombia pointed out: "The numbers speak for the numbers. Our coalition was among the smallest in three months. We are now seconds away. With just one million votes remaining from the Historic Pact it is quite evident who we are and who will be in a position to move to the second stage to face these populist and authoritarian projects, like Petro.<br/><br/>The toughest questions to Petro<br/><br/>Federico Gutierrez, questioned during the discussion the decision made by Gustavo Petro to include Piedad Cordoba on his list. "How do they claim that you aren't accepting corrupt persons on the lists when Piedad Cordoba was there, when he was negotiating for the lives of many kidnapped individuals, and when he became a member of the Chavez regime, which is a risk for Colombia?" Fico noted Ingrid Betancourt's accusation of Cordoba and joined in support.<br/><br/>Gutierrez attacked Petro at the time and then claimed to be a friend of the FARC.<br/><br/> <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a> "Those who attack the innocent or those who abducted and extorted money and murdered are the owners and masters of war. I have employed a weapon in my life that is different from yours. I have moral authority and have the right to talk about peace. I will oblige the FARC and your allies and friends to comply because they have not complied with their peace agreement.<br/><br/>Zuluaga is now at the Gutierrez camp of Gutierrez.<br/><br/>The next topic that Gutierrez discussed was the addition of Oscar Ivan Zuluaga to his campaign: "Zuluaga called me to thank me and pledge to his campaign. I said to him, thank you for your personal endorsement and that I would speak to him. But I am going to meet with a number of different sectors that want to join our candidacy." He clarified that he wasn't Uribe's choice but would accept support.<br/><br/>He said: "Those who are committed to democracy and freedoms must stand together." I will be meeting with teachers. Along with the cooperative, we'll present a national agenda to the entire nation and show that there is more we can do.<br/><br/> <a href=""></a> Gutierrez, in middle of the discussion, reproached Ingrid Betancourt, "who is saying that one is the only good and every other is corrupt or bad."<br/><br/>"You do not have to convince me that I've got bad intentions since I haven't had a single corruption scandal and I've followed a good policy," she reproached the candidate and said: is there really nobody good in Central America? If I'm elected president (which I intend to) I will unite. I'm not certain if they are from the left or the right, I'm going to govern in the best way possible."<br/><br/>Ingrid claimed that she was being backed by "machineries like Los Char" and Dilian Francisca Toro. He defended himself. He stated, "I am a man who is a man with character." He stated that, although he may form alliances however, he is a person of character who won't allow corruption or violence to be a part of any.<br/><br/>"Petro is playing dumb"<br/><br/>Federico Gutierrez, in an attempt to highlight Gustavo Petro, stated that Gustavo Petro is with Armando Beenedetti, a former senator who has started a process of extermination. And when he did not receive a response, he said that the candidate of the Historic Pact "always plays dumb."<br/><br/>What kind of health plan does a health professional offer?<br/><br/>Former Medellin mayor presented his vision of the country's health system "Ideology must not be the rule. We must have respect and dignity for our health services. We're going to stop the queues, we are going to do prevention and promotion of health, as well as articulation with the IPS and EPS Implement the Siga model, where triage is carried out and then it is determined how you are going to be treated based on the illness ".<br/><br/>He also said that it is important to offer the health workers better conditions and "that they are protected by connection" and stated that he would not stop EPS however, he will strengthen the system to provide medical care. However, he added that "EPS which isn't working is eliminated."<br/><br/>Relations with the United States<br/><br/>Answer to the question Do you want to rethink your relations with the United States? Gutierrez replied: "I'm going to maintain an open bilateral relations with the United States. However, some issues must be reconsidered. We'll be enhancing an environment where production is readily available in order that the relationship is not just one of business-related, but also political.<br/><br/>UU is the main problem in the U.S. of today. This forces us all to accept that the world has changed and the U.S. is now in a position to not only produce more food products, and can also import high-quality goods from abroad.<br/><br/>Gutierrez made use of the opportunity for Petro to launch a new bid "The blocks of roads, which Petro ordered to shut down the roads, had an affect on the cost of food items. Many people wonder why chicken and eggs are so expensive. He stated that this was because the roads were shut down.<br/><br/>Gutierrez reiterated that Petro "is going to take over" and pointed out that under his administration, cheap loans will be provided to peasants, the irrigation districts will be strengthened and land ownership will be respected.<br/><br/>Questions from candidates to candidates<br/><br/>Federico Gutierrez was the one to explain his position in front of the Uribe/Duque government. He said: "I am certain that from August 7 onwards, everything that works, independently of the government," he said.<br/><br/>He also said that "the notion of security is crucial, but integral and I would combine it with social. <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a> If military forces must arrive in a territory where there conflicts, for every helicopter that arrives in the area, three helicopters will arrive with the help of social investment."<br/><br/>Gutierrez posted a scathing critique of Petro who claimed that giving them the aid they currently receive, via Families in Action, is alms: "To the extent that the state provides its aid, it has to guarantee the family the essential necessities of water, and energy however, it should not be telling him to give him a market for life, and leave the family in poverty. Look at Venezuela.<br/><br/>Pension debate<br/><br/>Gutierrez proposed, to improve the pension issue, "to take the state's capabilities to territorial entities to strengthen that money in fixed assets such as roads and schools. Gutierrez also said that the 20 billion pesos of mafia assets do not fall in the hands of the state.<br/><br/>He also said that's why I will create legislation to increase the number of domain extinction prosecutors and judges to ensure that the money is used for the health, education and pension system for three million adults who have an income." He said the resources were there but you need to know the location of them.<br/><br/>Are you looking to book an appointment with Pope Francis? the campaign tour?<br/><br/>The discussion focused on the visits by presidential candidates Gustavo Petro (and Rodolfo Gutierrez) to Pope Francis. Fico Gutierrez claimed that the reason why people plan to visit Pope Francis is that they don't know the Pope. Although I know him well, my appointment today is with Colombians. I met the Pope in Medellin during the papal visit, and was in a position to listen to him for a while during the visit."<br/><br/>Relations with Venezuela<br/><br/>The last discussion was about the relationship with Venezuela, to which Gutierrez pointed out: "Maduro's relationship with Colombia has been through the FARC as well as the Eln, dissidents, Piedad and Petro. I'm of the opinion that Maduro can't be considered a government, because it is a dictatorship. But, there's a real reality at the border."<br/><br/>He also said that motor travel should be permitted because of the fact that trade has been taking place, since criminal groups have been operating an illegal economy. Maduro cannot be considered to be a government. However, companies must decide on the border.<br/><br/>Gutierrez and Petro had a new argument about the matter, noting that Petro is not willing to speak out in defense of "his allies" in particular, specifically Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Venezuela.<br/><br/>He also expressed his displeasure with the idea to dissociate the Colombian economy form coal and oil. "That is the reason renewable energy projects such as solar and wind are being developed. We are taking steps towards the goal and will double the capacity.<br/><br/>Gutierrez delivered a message of goodbye: "Petro. I am the president of the Colombians."

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