The president was due to discuss pensions when the president decided to end his Asofundos participation. However, he chose to discuss politics instead after being interrupted by a newly elected congressman.
President Ivan Duque’s closing speech at Asofondos congress Cartagena was not the one he had planned. Instead of discussing pensions, Duque decided to talk about politics and how. Gustavo Petro’s decision to use his seat to criticize and attack the army was something he criticized.
Duvalier Sanchez confronted him to question him regarding his plans after General Eduardo Zapateiro’s remarks against Gustavo Petro ‘s.
“Article 229. The Constitution specifically prohibits the involvement of military forces in any political scenarios, taking sides or in the democratic dialogue that is in place. http://www.bcsnerie.com/members/gustavo-petrodldj950/activity/2139725/ is in turmoil. This is a crucial time and what General Zapateiro did,” Sanchez stated as the phone was raised to broadcast all that was happening on his Facebook page.
The president reacted to the protest by defending Zapateiro. He said anyone who had allegations against members of public forces should be tried.
Petro’s dual status as a congressman as well as head of the opposition and a presidential candidate was criticized by the president Duque.
“Who is making these accusations?” Is it a senator or a candidate? The president said that I had resigned as a Member of Congress after winning the popular consultation. This was to be able as a candidate, to freely express my opinion and not put on a double helmet to criticize the institution and then present myself as the victim. That is not democracy.”
https://autobrew.com.au/members/gustavo-petroxzfn717/activity/764500/ tried to keep up with the controversy but was deterred by President Obama who demanded Sanchez adhere to the rules.
How did the fight between Petro Zapateiro and Petro Zapateiro get started?
Petro posted the following message on his social media networks on the 20th of April 2010. “While https://postheaven.net/gustavo-petroukfm532/hard-cross-between-gustavo-petro-und-general-zapateiro die in the hands of Gulf Clan terrorists, some generals work for the clan.” The corruption in the clan’s leadership is evident in the case of those who traffic in drugs end up becoming generals.” The presidential candidate wrote
Friday’s reply was the sameas Friday’s “Senator,” he said, “Do not use your investiture [parliamentary inviolability] to make our deaths more political, rather, fulfill your citizen obligation of substantiated complaint to the Prosecutor’s Office of the allegations discussed, regardless of where and when you are.”