http://cosynt.com/411estatest/members/fico-gutierreznzrw658/activity/109338/ -elect Federico Gutierrez is clear that his votes come from the street. In addition, he only has 32 days to go until the first presidential election, where the candidate is expected to fight against Gustavo Petro for the House of Narino’s quota.
Gutierrez woke up this Saturday and went to Boyaca, a renowned religious district which Petro visited on Friday. Formerly, the mayor of Medellin and a current center-right candidate, arrived in Tunja and spoke with academics, businessmen as well as agricultural producers, peasants and others.
Fico attended his principal meeting in the Tunja Convention Center. He was joined by a large group of prominent people who pledged their support for the elections on May 29.
Federico shared a Twitter message featuring ruana along with hundreds more colombians supporting the candidate for Team for Colombia. Federico thanked Tunja residents and declared that “we’re going to be winners everyone of us. We’ll be running for the presidency to change and unite Colombia.” Federico then recorded a swarm of people who backed him, and didn’t stop.
“Happy in Boyaca!” He said, “Happy in Boysaca!”
The second pointer on the ballots was the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira during the journey. This strategic location is the place where many followers and faithful come from all over the country every weekend. In the midst of the attention of his followers the leader of the center-right, he knelt down and offered himself to Mary.
” https://postheaven.net/fico-gutierrezkbie251/fico-gutierrez-has-completed-the-medellin-half-marathon-in-medellin asked the Virgin to give me a lot of wisdom. I asked him to help me and all the families in Colombia for peace and humility.” He replied.
The presidential candidate recorded his visit to the spot on film. When he arrived, he was greeted by a number of individuals from the sector. They also offered him a hug and wore the uniform of the Colombian municipality.
Gutierrez arrived at the temple wearing the traditional Boyacan and Virgin of Chiquinquira ruanas on his chest. This was a sign of his faith, which he has displayed throughout his campaign for the presidency. The Antioquian had been to 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 candidate used the occasion to greet the population and advance some announcements in case of arriving at the presidential palace. The leader of the paisa addressed additional important issues like water security, roads maintenance and construction (especially Ruta de los Comuneros section and Ubate-Chiquinquira sections) as well as tourism to help create jobs and promote sustainable development.
Fico Gutierrez spoke about his the job market. He stated that Tunja is the second-highest unemployment rate in the world. The government’s plan is to create “about 21,000 new jobs and at minimum 300 new companies in Boyaca”.
The department should promote sustainable mobility. He shared his belief that the Strategic Public Transport System’s structure must be a priority in order to attain these objectives. Together, they indicated they would collaborate to construct roads and cycle routes.
His most recent tweet included the following message: “Peasants, farmers of Boyaca The Boyaca farmers: We will work hard to generate more income and opportunities for you, and restore the dignity of our field.” Gutierrez will keep reaching out to the Colombian population and will continue to share his government’s plan. Gutierrez is hoping to be prominent in the next election on May 29.