Gustavo Petro wins the Historic Pact for Lights and Shadows

Gustavo Petro was confirmed as the Candidate on Sunday. petro gustavo has been marking the elections for several weeks, displaying favoritism.

( within the Historic Pact for Pensions & Inflation)

The win was won by Bogota's former senator and mayor of the Republic. This officially qualifies him for the presidency of the Republic the office that he is aspiring to for the 3rd time.

The large majority of votes in the consultation leads him to be the most representative figure of the Colombian left, and a solid candidate for president despite his controversial plans and opinions on various fronts, not least the economic one.

Petro declared his intention to revamp the pension system by the establishment of a public manager of the pension funds. The pension system will be "mixed" and will complement the private funds.

The candidate stated that Colombia does not have a retirement system, but rather a system that makes bank profits. Many believe this could prevent his from being President. declared recently that he wouldn't eliminate pensions, but he would seek reforms in pensions to ensure that Colombians have a minimum pension. Petro said, however, that it was not necessary to raise the age of retirement.

(Who make up the list of Historic Pact's possible candidates).

Another controversial issue is his repeated pledges to end oil extraction once his presidency begins. has created uncertainty for investors as well as the market overall.

Experts estimate that Petro’s proposal to end exploration of oil in Colombia would incur a cost of approximately $4.3 billion.

In addition, this proposal will establish an anti-oil front throughout the world and in the region which shifts the focus of our economy away from fossil fuels. In 'd suggest inviting Gabriel Boric the Chilean president and LuizInacio Lula Silva, the Brazilian president.

Petro said the two of them were talking to Pedro Sanchez (the Prime Minister of Spain) about his plan.

His position on healthcare is also controversial. He insists on ending EPS and replacing it by a preventive-care model that "guarantees individuals' rights and not bankers' profit."

He also raised questions about the legitimacy and independence of the Banco de la Republica.

Petro claimed that the Bank Board of Directors belonged to the Democratic Center and "What we would like is an independent Bank of the Republic (...) it is essential that the Board of Directors is a part of the society," the candidate stated in the middle of an argument.

Invamer claims that Petro is the main voter's intention to vote in the presidential elections. of releasing money for government spending was also controversial.

Petro's plans include a new economy that isn't dependent on fossil fuels. It also proposes the extraction of hydrocarbons. But, Petro places more emphasis on agriculture.

It is also stated that he could introduce a tax reform which would end exemptions and transform minimum wage concepts into actual wages that are based upon the income and capital.

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