Candidate Gustavo Petro confirmed on Sunday the favoritism that the polls have been indicating for a few weeks.
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The victory was won by Bogota's former mayor and senator of the Republic. gustavo petro https://www.bluradio.com/noticias/gustavo-petro The result officially makes him a candidate in the presidency of the Republic the office that he is aspiring to for the third time.
The large vote in the consultation made him the most representative representative of the Colombian left. He's also a solid contender for president, despite his controversial suggestions and ideas on many different fronts.
Petro declared his intention to change the pension system through the creation of a public administrator for pension funds. This would allow Petro to blend the public and private funds to create the form of a "mixed and complementary system."
As per the candidate, in Colombia there is no pension system. Instead the system is based on the bank's profits. Many claim Petro will cut off any chance of his assuming the president. But, Petro recently said that he will not abolish them however, he would like to reform the pension system to ensure a minimum pension for Colombians. Petro has also stated that there is "no necessity" to increase the age of retirement.
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Another controversial issue is that he has repeatedly said that he will stop extraction of oil as soon as the day he takes office. petro gustavo This has created uncertainty among investors, and also the market in general.
Experts anticipate that Petro's idea of end to exploration for oil would cost Colombia an estimated $4.3 billion in loss.
https://www.eluniversal.com.co/temas/-/meta/gustavo-petro I also suggest to establish an anti oil front in the region, and across the globe. This would move the economy away form fossil fuels. In this regard I am inviting Gabriel Boric (the new Chilean president) and LuizInacio Lula da Silva (the Brazilian LuizInacio Lula da Silva) as well as other.
http://www.secretariasenado.gov.co/senadores/53-senadores-2018-2022... Petro stated that he has talked to Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain regarding his plan.
His position on healthcare is also controversial. He is insistent on ending EPS and replacing it with the preventive-care model which "guarantees individual rights, not bankers' profit."
He has also questioned the legitimacy of the Banco de la Republica and announced that he would also implement a change in the event of becoming President.
Petro said that the Bank Board of Directors of the Bank belonged to the Democratic Center, a political party. "What we seek is an independent Bank of the Republic (...) and it appears to us essential to ensure that the Board has the presence of the entire community," the candidate said in the middle of the debate.
Invamer says that Petro is in charge of the vote intention in the presidential elections.
The idea of releasing money to finance government spending was not without controversy.
Petro's recommendations include an economy that is not dependent on fossil fuels, the extraction of hydrocarbons and mining. Agriculture plays a larger role.
It is also mentioned that he is likely to propose a tax reform that would remove exemptions and transform the concept and definition of minimum wage to an actual income-based wage.