Fico Gutierrez continues its victory in voters. A new campaign has begun in Boyaca including visits to Virgin of Chiquinquira

Federico Gutierrez as presidential candidate claims that the vote can only be won through the streets. There are just 32 days left to go before the first presidential round in which he’ll be competing against Gustavo Petro, his main rival in the race for the House of Narino quota in the second presidential 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 currently a candidate for the right-center. He went to Tunja and spoke with farmers, academics, peasants, and businessmen.

Fico’s principal meeting was held at Tunja Convention Center. Here he brought together a number of people who voted for Fico on the 29th of May.

With ruana, and hundreds of colombians behind Federico’s candidate on the Team for Colombia, Federico uploaded a video to Twitter where he expressed his gratitude to the citizens of Tunja as well as saying: “we’re Going to win, we all, we go for the presidency to unite and transform Colombia,” said the candidate for the presidency, as he recorded a swarm of supporters and never letting up.

“Happy in Boyaca!” Through closeness, and being the president of the people we can build the country that is in order and filled with opportunities, a country where dreams are fulfilled,” he wrote.

The second-placed voter in the polls, the”pointer,” went to the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira. is a strategic site where many faithful and their followers travel from different parts of the country every weekend. In the midst the gaze of his followers the leader of the center-right kneeled down and prayed to Mary.

“I requested Virgin to give me wisdom. asked her to help me and the entire families of Colombia for peace and humility.” He replied.

In this location, the presidential candidate also recorded a video clip of his visit. When he arrived the area, he was welcomed by many people who were from the area. They also offered him a hug and wore the uniform of the Colombian municipality.

Gutierrez arrived with the customary Boyacan red ruana, as well as the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira on his chest. It is a sign of religious fervor he’s been using during his campaign. A few weeks ago, Antioquian visited Jericho Antioquia and gathered in the birthplace Mother Laura, who has been made a saint by Pope Francis.

In . The candidate made time to speak with the local population and made announcements to anyone who may be interested in visiting the presidential palace. “Chiquinquira’s major issues are drinking water, construction and maintenance road (especially Ruta los Comuneros/Ubate-Chiquinquira) as well as tourism to boost employment and sustainable growth.”

Fico Gutierrez discussed work. He said Tunja has the second highest percentage of unemployment in the nation. The plan of his government aims to create “about 21,000 jobs and at least 300 new companies for Boyaca”.

He added, however, that sustainable mobility needs to be developed in the department. He agreed that it was essential to prioritize the design of the Strategic Public Transport System. In addition, he said that he will continue to construct roads and bike routes.

His most recent tweet included the following message: “Peasants, farmers of Boyaca We are working hard to generate more opportunities and earn more money for your and re-dignify our field.” Gutierrez will reach out to Colombians to share the government’s plan and strive to be a positive influence in the coming elections scheduled for May 29.