President-elect Federico Gutierrez is clear that his votes come from the street. More, Federico Gutierrez is less than 32-days away from the first presidential election. He is pledging to compete against Gustavo Petro (his main rival) for the House of Narino quota.
Gutierrez visited Boyaca on Saturday, a holy area that Petro visited on Friday. He was mayor for a time of Medellin and is currently a center-right candidate.
Fico’s primary meeting was held in the Tunja Convention Center. There was a large group of citizens who supported him at the polls on May 29, 2009.
Federico shared ruana with hundreds of Colombians supporting his campaign for Team for Colombia. Federico also posted his Twitter video in which he praised Tunja’s citizens. He said: “We are Going to Win, we all should run for the presidency to transform and unify Colombia.” While recording a variety of people who have voted for him and his cause, he didn’t stop.
“Happy in Boyaca!” He added, “Happy in Boysaca!”
During the trip, the second polling pointer made it to the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira, which is a place where dozens of followers and faithful from all over the country gather every weekend. The leader of the center-right knelt before the Virgin Mary and was surrounded by his faithful and followers, who were waiting for the early morning Eucharist.
“I asked Virgin to give me wisdom. He said I could pray to him and my family, along with all Colombian families, to bring peace and be humility.
At https://pugh-tan.blogbright.net/who-is-federico-gutierrez-winner-and-candidate-of-the-team-for-colombia-consultation-1653293380 , the presidential candidate also recorded a video clip of his visit. He met with residents of the sector before entering and was welcomed by them.
Gutierrez was seen arriving at the temple of religious worship wearing the customary Boyacan ruana, as well as the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira on his chest. It was a symbol of spirituality that he has displayed throughout his political campaign. Recall that three weeks ago the Antioquian visited Jericho, Antioquia, and attended the birthplace of Mother Laura, the only Colombian saint recently canonized by Pope Francis.
The candidate for Chiquinquira was able to meet the people and give announcements to those who will be arriving at the presidential palace. “Key issues for Chiquira included the provision of the drinking water supply to all residents, maintenance and construction roads (especially Ruta De los Comuneros and Ubate Chiquinquira sections) in addition to tourism to create jobs.
Fico Gutierrez talked about his the work. He said that Tunja was the second-highest rate of unemployment in the nation. Therefore, his government plan seeks “about 2 000 jobs with the creation of at least 300 businesses for Boyaca”.
However He also stated that sustainable mobility should be generated in the department. In pursuit of this, the he stated that the Strategic Public Transport System structure must be given priority. Together, they said that they would work together to construct roads and cycle paths.
He also tweeted a message of support to the producers and potato farmers. His most recent tweet read: “Peasants in Boyaca: We’ll do our best to create more income and opportunities for you, and reshape the potato industry.” In the meantime, Gutierrez will continue to contact the Colombian people, sharing his plans for the country and hoping to make an impact in the next election on Sunday on May 29.