Gustavo Petro, Winner of the Historic Pact: Lights and Shadows

Gustavo Petro the candidate confirmed on Sunday the favoritism which was spotted in polls for the past week.

(Positions within the Historic Pact for Pensions & Inflation)

The victory in the Historic Pact coalition was won by the former mayor of Bogota, and the former senator of the Republic. He has officially become a candidate for Presidency of Republic in the position he has always wanted to attain for the third time in a row. is the most authentic persona in the Colombian left, and is a credible candidate for president, despite his controversial ideas and plans on a variety of fronts, including economic. has stated that he will alter the pension scheme by creating the public manager of pension funds. This would enable the creation of a "mixed system" of private and public funds.

According Petro, there's no system of pensions in Colombia. But, there are bank profits. Many have said that Petro would eliminate any chance of being elected president. Petro said recently that he would not eliminate pensions, but he would seek pension reform to ensure that Colombians receive a minimum retirement. Petro also has said that there is "no necessity" to raise the pension age.

(Who constitutes the Historic Pact candidate list).

Another issue that has been a source of controversy is his repeated promises to stop oil extraction when the time comes for him to become President. This has caused anxiety for investors as well as the overall market.

Experts say Petro's idea of ending oil exploration would cause a massive impact on Colombia and cost Colombia $4.3 trillion.

The proposal also calls for the creation of an anti-oil front across the region and all over the world that will help move the economy away fossil fuels. would like to invite Gabriel Boric, the new Chilean president, and Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva, Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva, the Brazilian vice-president.

Petro said he had spoken with Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain about his proposal.

His position regarding health concerns has also been controversial. He has insistent on ending EPS and replacing it with a preventive system that "guarantees all rights of the people and not the financial gains of bankers".

He also questioned the autonomy of Banco de la Republica, and declared that he would also reform the institution in the event of being elected President.

Petro claimed that the Bank Board of Directors of the Bank belonged to the Democratic Center, a political party. "What we would like, however, is a completely independent Bank of the Republic (...) and it seems important to us to ensure that the Board is represented by the entire community," the candidate said in the middle of the debate.

Invamer says Petro is the president's choice for voting intention. of issuing cash to fund spending by the government was not without controversy.

Petro's proposals include an economy that isn't dependent, mining and extraction of hydrocarbons, in addition to a more prominent role for agriculture.

He also stated that he will implement tax reforms to end exemptions, and to transform the idea of a minimum wage into a real-world wage built on capital and income.

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