Fico Gutierrez continues winning voters. Advance campaign in Boyaca included visit to Virgin of Chiquinquira , the presidential candidate, is adamant that votes can be obtained by the streets. More, it's less than 32 days prior to the first presidential round , in which he promises to play a significant role and contest with Gustavo Petro, his main rival, the quota for the House of Narino in an likely second round.

Gutierrez was up early on Saturday to Boyaca, a religious department according to tradition, which coincidentally, Petro visited this Friday. The former mayor of Medellin was currently a candidate for the right-center. He visited Tunja and spoke with farmers, academics, peasants, and businessmen.

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

Federico posted an Twitter message with ruana and hundreds more colombians supporting the candidate for the Team for Colombia. Federico expressed his gratitude to Tunja residents and stated that "we're going to win, all of us.érrez 'll be running for president to transform and unite Colombia." Federico then recorded a group of people who backed him, and continued to rally.

"Happy in Boyaca! With closeness, being the President of the people and achieving an orderly country with opportunities; a country where dreams are fulfilled," he wrote.

The second person who voted reached the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira on the route. This strategically located place is where dozens of faithful and followers from different parts of the country gather on weekends. While surrounded by the gaze of his followers the leader of the center-right, he knelt down and prayed to the Virgin.

"I requested wisdom from the Virgin. I asked her for my family, and for all families of Colombia for peace, and the most humble," he said.

In that place, the presidential candidate also recorded his visit on video. Before entering, the presidential candidate sat down with a lot of residents from the region. They were able to hug him and dressed in a typical outfit from Colombia.

Gutierrez was welcomed to the church with the Boyacan ruana (traditional Boyacan ruana) and the medal from the Virgin of Chiquinquira (a symbol of spirituality which he carried throughout his political campaign). , Antioquian visited Jericho Antioquia and was seated in the place of birth of Mother Laura, who has been made a saint by Pope Francis. for Chiquinquira was able to speak with the citizens and give announcements to those who were expected to arrive at the presidential palace. "Key issues in Chiquira include the provision of water to everyone, construction and maintenance of roads (especially Ruta des Comuneros & the Ubate-Chiquinquira Section), and tourism to create jobs and sustainable development." Other important issues were discussed by the leader of the paisa.

Fico Gutierrez spoke about work. He said that Tunja is the second-highest ranked city with the highest unemployment rate in the nation, and in his plan for government, the goal is to create "about 2 thousand new jobs, including the creation of at least 300 new businesses for Boyaca".

However He also stated that sustainable mobility must be developed within the department. To accomplish , he shared that the structure of the Strategic Public Transport System should be given priority. Together, he stated that he is committed to the development of roads and cycle routes.

Gutierrez also tweeted a message to the potato farmers: "Peasants & farmers of Boyaca, we will work hard for greater income opportunities and earn more money and to re-ignite the potato industry." This tweet is his most recent tweet. Gutierrez is still reaching to the Colombians. He is expected to discuss his plan for government with them and try to make a mark in the next Sunday's election.

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