Federico Gutierrez, presidential candidate Federico Gutierrez, presidential candidate, claims that the street is where votes are taken. More, Federico Gutierrez is just 32 days from the first presidential vote. He is pledging to compete against Gustavo Petro (his main rival) to be the winner of the House of Narino quota.
Gutierrez visited Boyaca on Saturday, a sacred area that Petro went to on Friday. The former mayor, currently running for the center-rightparty, made his way to Tunja where he had a meeting with academics, businessmen and businessmen as as agricultural producers and peasants.
Fico held his main meeting at the Tunja Convention Center. He was joined by a group of important people who pledged their loyalty to the elections scheduled for May 29.
Federico shared a Twitter message that included ruana as well as hundreds of colombians who support the candidate for Team for Colombia. Federico expressed his gratitude to Tunja residents and said that "we're going to prevail, all of us. https://forbes.co/2021/11/25/precandidatos-presidenciales/es-increi... 'll be running for the presidency to change and unite Colombia." Then, he recorded a bunch of people who backed him, and didn't stop.
"Happy in Boyaca! He wrote: "Happy in Boyaca!"
On the way, the second polling pointer, reached the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira, an important spot where hundreds of faithful and followers from different parts of the country gather each weekend. While surrounded by the gaze of his followers, the leader of center-right kneeled down and offered himself to Mary.
"I asked the Virgin for wisdom. He responded that I could pray to him and my family along with all Colombian families for peace and humility.
The presidential candidate captured his visit to the spot on video. Before enteringthe building, the presidential candidate had a meeting with many residents of the sector. They were able to hug him and also were wearing a uniform from Colombia.
Gutierrez arrived wearing the customary Boyacan red ruana and the medal of the Virgin of Chiquinquira upon his chest. This is a symbol of religious fervor he's been using throughout his political campaign. It is worth noting that three weeks ago the Antioquian visited Jericho, Antioquia, and were at the place of birth of Mother Laura, the only Colombian saint recently canonized by Pope Francis.
In Chiquinquira the candidate used the occasion to welcome the people and made some announcements about his plans for the presidential palace. The leader of the paisa addressed other important issues such as water security, road construction and maintenance (especially Ruta de los Comuneros section and Ubate-Chiquinquira sections), and tourism to help create jobs and sustainably develop.
Fico Gutierrez was talking about his work. He stated that Tunja has the second highest rate of unemployment within the country. Therefore, in the government's plan, he aims to create "about 2500 jobs, with at least 300 new Boyaca firms".
But, https://www.laopinion.com.co/elecciones-2022/vamos-garantizar-el-or... stated that sustainable mobility must be developed within the department. In pursuit of this, he stated that the structuring of the Strategic Public Transport System should be a top priority. He also stated that he plans to continue his efforts to construct roads and cycle routes.
He also tweeted an encouraging message to the potato farmers and producers. His latest tweet said: "Peasants in Boyaca: We'll work harder to generate greater income and possibilities for you, and to reshape the field." Gutierrez is still reaching out to Colombians. https://forbes.co/2021/11/25/precandidatos-presidenciales/es-increi... 'll communicate his government's plan to the people and will try to be different in the coming Sunday's elections.