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Fico Gutierrez continues his victory over the voters. He advanced campaign in Boyaca and also paid a visit to the Virgin de Chiquinquira

Federico Gutierrez as presidential candidate claims that the vote can only be won on the street. There are only 32 days to the first round of the presidential election and he's pledging to take on Gustavo Petro, who is his main rival, in the House of Narino vote in the second round.

Gutierrez got up on Saturday and set out to Boyaca, a traditional church district that Petro went to on Friday. The former mayor and current candidate for center right arrived in Tunja to meet with businessmen, academics and farmers as well as peasants.

The main meeting of Fico was held at the Tunja Convention Center, where the president gathered a large group of people who declared their support at the polls on May 29.

Federico shared ruana, and hundreds of Colombians behind his choice for Team for Colombia. https://www.portafolio.co/elecciones-2022/discurso-fico-gutierrez-t... shared an Twitter video where he thanked the citizens of Tunja. He wrote: "We are Going to win, we all are going to run for president to transform and unify Colombia." As he recorded a number of people who support him and his cause, he didn't stop.

"Happy at Boyaca!" He wrote: "Happy in Boyaca!"

The second person to be a pointer on the ballot was one who walked into the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira. It is an important spot where hundreds of faithful followers gather each weekend. In the the eyes of his followers as well as those waiting to receive the morning Eucharist the leader of the center-right kneeled down and made an offer to the Virgin Mary.

"I sought the Virgin to give me lots of wisdom. He answered that I had requested his help for my family as well as for peace and for the most humble.

The presidential candidate recorded his visit to the spot on video. Prior to his entry, he was greeted by many individuals from the sector. They also offered him a hug and wore the uniform of the Colombian municipality.

Gutierrez arrived at this sacred temple in the customary Boyacan Ruana and the Medal of the Virgin de Chiquinquira on the chest. This gesture of spirituality was something he had been performing during his campaign. You might recall that the Antioquian visited Jericho in Antioquia three weeks ago. He also attended Mother Laura's birthplace, the only Colombian saint to be honored recently by Pope Francis.

The candidate traveled to Chiquinquira to greet the citizens and announce his visit to the presidential palace. "Key issues for Chiquinquira: guaranteeing drinking water for all its residents, maintenance and construction of roads (especially the Ruta de los Comuneros and Chiquinquira's Ubate section) and tourism to generate jobs and sustainably developed growth." Mining and employment were also major concerns addressed by the leader of the paisa.

Fico Gutierrez discussed work. He said that Tunja had the second highest rate of unemployment in the nation. Therefore, his government plan seeks "about 2 000 new jobs and the creation of at least 300 businesses for Boyaca".

But, https://www.laopinion.com.co/elecciones-2022/vamos-garantizar-el-or... stated that sustainable mobility must be developed within the department. To achieve http://www.elnuevosiglo.com.co/articulos/12-09-2021-federico-gutier... , he pointed out that the Strategic Public Transport System structure should be given a higher priority. He also stated that he intends to keep his efforts in building roads and cycle routes.

Gutierrez also tweeted a message to the potato farmers: "Peasants & farmers of Boyaca We will strive to make sure that we have more income opportunities and earn more money and to re-ignite this sector." This tweet is his most recent tweet. Gutierrez continues to reach out to Colombians. He'll discuss his plan for government with the people and will try to be different in the coming Sunday's election.

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