• Rytter Weiss posted an update 1 year, 9 months ago

    President-elect Federico Gutierrez is clear that votes are obtained on the street. There are just 32 days to be in the lead for the first presidential round, in which he will contest Gustavo Petro, his main opponent for the House of Narino quota in the eventual second round. Gutierrez was up early on Saturday morning to Boyaca the religious department by tradition that, coincidentally, Petro visited this Friday. The former Mayor of Medellin was now a candidate to the center-right. He went to Tunja and met with farmers, academics, peasants and businessmen.

    Fico attended the Tunja Convention Center where he formed a huge crowd of people, who supported him at May 29’s elections.

    With ruana and hundreds of Colombians backing the candidate of the Team for Colombia, Federico posted a video on Twitter where he expressed his gratitude to the citizens of Tunja and added: “we’re Going to win, we all, we are running for president to unite and transform Colombia,” said the presidential candidate, while recording a cluster of supporters without stopping.

    Fico Gutierrez “Happy at home in Boyaca! With closeness, being the President of the people and achieving the country that is in order and with opportunities; a country that is where dreams come true,” he wrote.

    The second poll pointer reached the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira along the way. The strategically placed spot is where dozens of faithful and followers from various parts of the nation gather every weekend. Fico Gutierrez While surrounded by the gaze of his followers, the leader of center-right knelt and offered himself to the Virgin.

    “I requested the Virgin to provide me with a lot of wisdom. I asked for his family and all the families of Colombia, for peace and the most humble,” he said.

    The presidential candidate made an video of his visit to the area. He met several residents of the region prior to his entry and was welcomed by them.

    Gutierrez arrived at the religious temple with the Boyacan ruana (traditional Boyacan ruana) and the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira (a symbol of spirituality that he displayed during his political campaign). You may recall that the Antioquian visited Jericho in Antioquia three week ago and attended Mother Laura’s birthplace, the only Colombian saint to be honored recently by Pope Francis.

    In Chiquinquira. The candidate made time to speak with the local population and made announcements to anyone who might be curious about visiting the palace of the president. “Chiquinquira’s major issues are drinking water, the construction and maintenance of the roads (especially Ruta los Comuneros/Ubate-Chiquinquira) and tourism, which will help to create the economy and create sustainable jobs.”

    Fico Gutierrez was talking about his work. He indicated that Tunja is the second-highest levels of unemployment in the country. In the government’s plan, he seeks out to create “about 2,000 jobs with minimum 300 new Boyaca companies”.

    He also said that sustainable mobility should be generated within the department. He agreed that it was crucial to prioritize the structure of the Strategic Public Transport System. Together, he indicated that he will advance in the development of roads and cycle routes.

    Fico Gutierrez He also tweeted an affirmation message to the producers and farmers of potatoes. His latest tweet read: “Peasants in Boyaca: We’ll work harder to create more income and more opportunities for you, and reshape the field.” Gutierrez will continue to reach out to the Colombian population and will continue to share the plan of his government. Gutierrez hopes to stand out at the next election , which is scheduled for May 29.