• Clemmensen Thomson posted an update 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    Federico Gutierrez the presidential candidate has proven that votes are taken from the streets. Plus, just 32 days away from the first presidential round in which he has promised to play a significant role and contest with Gustavo Petro, his main rival, to win the quota for the House of Narino in an likely second round.

    Gutierrez got up early Saturday early to head to Boyaca. Boyaca is a holy place that Petro visited on Friday. The former mayor of Medellin was in the process of running for president of the center-right. He visited Tunja and met with farmers, academics, peasants, and businessmen.

    Fico was in the Tunja Convention Center where he brought together a large crowd of people, who voted for him at the May 29’s polls.

    Federico shared a Twitter message with ruana and hundreds of colombians who support the candidate for Team for Colombia. Federico expressed his gratitude to Tunja residents and stated that “we’re going to win, all of us, we go for president to transform and unify Colombia.” Then, http://www.efe.com/efe/usa/america/fico-gutierrez-se-perfila-como-el-candidato-de-un-sector-la-derecha-colombiana/50000103-4760107 recorded a bunch of people who backed him, and didn’t stop.

    “Happy at Boyaca!” He said, “Happy in Boysaca!”

    The second placer on the ballot, the”pointer,” made it to the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira. It is a place that has many faithful and their followers travel from different parts of the country each weekend. The leader of the center-right knelt before the Virgin and was surrounded by his faithful and followers who were waiting for the morning Eucharist.

    “I I asked Virgin to help me gain wisdom. I asked for his family and all the families of Colombia, for peace and for the humblest,” he said.

    The presidential hopeful was captured on video at this place. He met several residents of the region prior to his entry and was greeted by them.

    Gutierrez was at the religious temple in the customary Boyacan Ruana and the Medal of the Virgin de Chiquinquira on his chest. This act of faith was something he had been doing during his campaign. http://www.portafolio.co/elecciones-2022/discurso-fico-gutierrez-tras-ganar-coalicion-de-equipo-por-colombia-562882 was in Jericho (Antioquia) just three weeks prior and was accompanied by Mother Laura, the sole Colombian saint who was recently canonized by Pope Francis.

    In Chiquinquira the presidential candidate took to greet Chiquinquira’s residents and make announcements regarding his plans for the presidential palace. “Chiquinquira’s most pressing issues are drinking water, the construction and maintenance of the road (especially Ruta los Comuneros/Ubate-Chiquinquira) and tourism, which will help to create employment and sustainable growth.”

    Fico Gutierrez spoke about work. He said that Tunja is the second-highest levels of unemployment in the country. So, in the government’s plan, he aims to create “about 2000 jobs and at least 300 new Boyaca companies”.

    He added, however, that sustainable mobility must be developed in the department. He shared his belief that the Strategic Public Transport System’s structure must be a priority in order to attain these objectives. He stated together that he plans to continue his efforts to build roads and cycling routes.

    He also tweeted an encouraging message to the potato farmers and producers. His latest tweet said: “Peasants in Boyaca: We’ll work harder to create more income and opportunities for you, and reshape the landscape.” Gutierrez continues to reach out to Colombians. He is expected to share his government plan with them and hope to make a mark in the next Sunday’s elections.

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