The consultation on Sunday of the "Team for Colombia" saw 'Fico' Gutierrez win with a total vote 2 160.329. votes, equivalent to 54.1 percent of the votes deposit in the internal electoral process of that coalition.<br/><br/>Gutierrez was present to the first presidential debate candidates following the legislative election. He was compared to Gustavo Petro, who won the Historic Pact consultation, and Ingrid Betancourt, an independent candidate. These were the questions he asked.<br/><br/>'We more centralism': Federico Gutierrez during his time at<br/><br/>The election results on Sunday are important.<br/><br/> <a href=""></a> began with a discussion of Sunday's election results. "It seems to me that we have one foot in the second round and that's a political reality. Fico replied, saying that his goal was to win together in the first round. This is due to the fact that much of the nation is in danger.<br/><br/>After that issue it was suggested that the prospect of winning in the initial round was aired in which the presidential candidate from Team for Colombia pointed out: "The numbers speak for themselves. The coalition we formed was just three months of age. We are just minutes away from one million votes away from the Historic Pact. It's very obvious who we are and who we can fight in the next round against authoritarian populist initiatives like Petro.<br/><br/>The toughest questions to Petro<br/><br/>Federico Gutierrez asked Gustavo Petro about Piedad Cordoba's inclusion in his lists. "How do you say you won't accept corrupt people in the list if you have Piedad Cordoba? Did he negotiate in the lives of a lot of kidnapped victims, and also joined the Chavez Regime which poses a threat to Colombia?" " Fico said. Fico and stood in the solidarity of Ingrid Betancourt, who accused Cordoba of "trading in kidnapping".<br/><br/> <a href=""></a> attacked Petro and said he was "friend of FARC".<br/><br/>"Those who killed people, those that kidnapped the innocent, killed, extorted are the owners of peace. We are the masters and masters of conflict." <a href=""></a> 've used a weapon that was different from yours in my life. I am morally able to negotiate peace and will make the FARC, friends, and allies comply, since they have not honored the peace agreement.<br/><br/>Zuluaga's return to the Gutierrez Campaign<br/><br/>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 said, I thank you for that personal decision and will sit down to talk to him, but I am going to have a discussion to other sectors who want to join our candidacy," he said and clarified that he is not Uribe's choice, however he did admit to that he is in his.<br/><br/>He said that "Those of us who fight for democracy must unite." I will be meeting with teachers as well as the cooperative sector. We will create a national plan for the nation and demonstrate how we can help."<br/><br/>Gutierrez during the debate, criticized Ingrid Betancourt, "who is saying one is only good one, and everyone is corrupt or not."<br/><br/>"You don't have to tell me that I've got bad intentions, when I don't have a single corruption scandal and I've followed a good policy." she reproached the candidate, adding: is there really nobody good candidate in Central America? If <a href=""></a> become president, which I intend to become, we will be united. I'm not sure if the people are left-leaning or the right, I'm going to rule with the highest quality."<br/><br/>Ingrid was then accusing him of being "supported by machineries such as Los Char and Dilian Francisca Toro". "I am a person with character. He stated that, while the man was open to making many alliances with other people but he was strong of character to stop violence and corruption.<br/><br/>"Petro is acting stupid"<br/><br/>Federico Gutierrez, made a new argument against Gustavo Petro. He said that he's being accompanied in his quest for dominion and extinction by former senator Armando Bidenetti. He said that the Candidate of the Historic Pact "always plays dumb" in the event that he does not receive any reaction.<br/><br/>What health care plans do health advocates have in mind?<br/><br/>The former mayor Medellin came up with the idea of an health system. We'd like to remove the barriers, promote prevention and health promotion, as well as articulation and EPS with the IPS/EPS, and also implement the Siga Model where triage takes place and determines which areas you'll be treated based on the disease.<br/><br/>He said it was crucial to have improved conditions for health workers and "that they are guaranteed to be linking" and clarified that he will not stop EPS however, he will continue to strengthen the system of care. However, he added that "EPS that is not working can be dissolved."<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 said, "I'm going maintain a close, bipartisan relationship with the United States. There are some issues that need to be considered. We'll be enhancing the system of production that is available and the connection can not only be business-related, but also political.<br/><br/>UU is the main issue facing U.S. today. We all have to recognize that the world has changed and the U.S. can now be in a position to not only produce more food, but can also bring high-quality products from overseas.<br/><br/>Gutierrez utilized the opportunity to launch another bid to Petro: "The blockades, that you Petro demanded to shut down the roads, had an impact on the price of food. Gutierrez said that many people wonder why eggs and chicken cost so much because they were blocked by roads.<br/><br/>Gutierrez Reaffirmed Petro's claim that he "is planning to expropriate" but also stated that his government will give cheap loans to peasants as well as strengthen the irrigation districts and respect land ownership.<br/><br/>Questions from candidates to applicants<br/><br/>It was the responsibility of Federico Gutierrez to answer his position before the Uribe and Duque government: "I am clear that starting on August 7, anything that is working, regardless from the state, I'll continue the system, and if it doesn't work, I will make it better," he said.<br/><br/>He stated, "The concept of security is crucial, but integral, and I would mix them with the social." Every helicopter that arrives in conflict zones there will be three more through the use of social investment.<br/><br/>Gutierrez wrote a critique of Petro. He stated that Petro provided them with the assistance they need through Families in Action. This is the Chavez Model. Let's look at Venezuela.<br/><br/>Pension debate<br/><br/>Gutierrez suggested, to help improve pension issues, that "the state's capacities to the territorial bodies be used to boost the amount of money invested in fixed assets, such as roads, schools and roads." In addition, there are 20 billion pesos in mafia assets, which do not have to be managed by the state," he said.<br/><br/>He also said that "that's the reason I'm going to pass a law that has more domain-extinction courts and prosecutors, to ensure that the money is an asset to healthcare, education and the pensions for the three million adult who are pensioners." He said, "The resources are there. All you have to do is be aware of where they are."<br/><br/>Are you available to meet the Pope while on the campaign trail<br/><br/>The debate focused on the visits of presidential candidates Gustavo Petro, Rodolfo Gutierrez and Pope Francis. <a href=""> <a href="">Fico Gutierrez</a> </a> said that the people who plan to visit the Pope will not get to know him. I already know him, but my meeting today is with the Colombians, I already received the Pope in Medellin at the time of the papal visit and I was listening to him for a long time during that time."<br/><br/>Relations with Venezuela<br/><br/>The discussion ended by addressing Venezuela. Gutierrez pointed this out: "Maduro has had a relationship with Colombia through the FARC. <a href=""></a> . Piedad. Petro. Maduro, which is a dictatorship cannot be recognized as a legitimate government. But it is possible to see a border reality.<br/><br/>He added that "for thatreason, vehicles must be allowed, because of the issue of trade, which is still happening, because the economy that is illegal is run by criminal groups. Maduro isn't recognized as a government, but business decisions should be taken at the border."<br/><br/>Gutierrez and Petro have a new debate on the subject, pointing out that Petro is not able to speak out in defense of "his allies" in particular, specifically Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Venezuela.<br/><br/>He also decried the idea that Colombia will be cut off from coal and oil. "That's one of the reasons why renewable energy projects such as solar or wind are being made. We're working toward this target, and we'll soon triple our capacity.<br/><br/>Gutierrez sent a goodbye message: "Petro. I will be president of the Colombians."

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