<a href=""> <a href="">Gustavo Petro</a> </a> , Candidate for the Presidency, has confirmed the favoritism that has been apparent in the polls in the last few weeks.<br/><br/>(Positions of the candidates for the Historic Pact to Pensions and Inflation).<br/><br/><a href=""></a> in the Historic Pact coalition was won by the ex-mayor of Bogota, and the former senator of Republic. He was officially a candidate for Presidency of Republic in a position he longs to attain for the third time.<br/><br/>The large majority of votes in the consultation leads to him being the most representative figure of the Colombian left and a strong candidate for president despite his controversial plans and ideas on several fronts, not least the one on economics.<br/><br/>Petro declared his intention to change the pension system by establishing a public administrator to oversee pension funds. This will enable Petro to mix both public and private money into a "mixed and complementary system."<br/><br/>He said that Colombia does not have a pension system, but instead a system that is based on bank profits. This is the reason that people believe makes him the most likely candidate to win the Presidency. Petro has recently stated that he would not eliminate the system but would advocate for reforms to pensions in order to ensure an income that is minimum for Colombians. Petro also said that there is no reason to increase the age of retirement.<br/><br/>(Who make up the list of potential candidates).<br/><br/><a href=""></a> is that he has repeatedly said that he would end oil extraction the day the day he assumes office as President. This has caused uncertainty among investors as well as the general market.<br/><br/>Experts say Petro's idea to end oil exploration would cause a massive impact on Colombia, costing Colombia $4.3 trillion.<br/><br/>I also suggest to establish an anti-oil front in the region and across the globe. This will help move the economy away form fossil fuels. In this regard, I invite Gabriel Boric (the new Chilean president) and LuizInacio Lula da Silva (the Brazilian LuizInacio Lula da Silva), among others.<br/><br/>Petro claimed that Petro was in conversation with Pedro Sanchez (the Prime Minister of Spain) about his plan.<br/><br/>His position on health issues is also controversial. He insists on ending EPS, and replacing it with an preventive model of healthcare that "guarantees individuals' rights and not bankers' profit."<br/><br/>He also has questioned the independence of Banco de la Republica.<br/><br/>Petro said that the Bank Board of Directors belonged to the Democratic Center and "What we want is an independent Bank of the Republic (...) it is essential that the board of directors includes the participation of society members," the candidate stated during the debate.<br/><br/>According to Invamer, Petro leads the voting intention for the presidential election.<br/><br/>The idea that he proposed was also controversial. to issue cash to fund government expenditures.<br/><iframe src="" width="560" height="315" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe><br/><br/><a href="">gustavo petro</a> of the main elements of Petro's proposals are an economy that doesn't depend on fossil fuels, mining or hydrocarbon extraction, with more importance in agriculture.<br/><br/>It is also stated that he could implement a tax overhaul that would remove exemptions and transform minimum wage concepts into actual wages that are based upon capital and income.<br/>

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