Gustavo Petro won the Historic Pact with the help of Lights and Shadows

Gustavo Petro, Candidate for the Presidency, has confirmed the favouritism that was evident in polls over the last couple of weeks.

(Positions of the candidates for the Historic Pact to Pensions and Inflation).

gustavo petro in the Historic Pact coalition was won by the former mayor of Bogota, and the former senator of Republic. He has officially become a candidate for Presidency of the Republic in a position he longs to attain for the third time.

Despite https://www.elheraldo.co/gustavo-petro regarding various issues and fronts and the overwhelming majority of votes during the consultation has made him the most representative figure of Colombia's left.

Petro expressed his desire to change the pension system through the creation of the position of a public administrator for pension funds. This will enable Petro to blend both public and private money into the form of a "mixed, complementary system."

The candidate has said that in Colombia "we don't have pension systems, but the system is based on bank profits," so many claim that he will eliminate the chances of reaching the Presidency. However, Petro recently said that the government would not end pensions but would seek pension reform to create a minimum retirement age for Colombians. Petro also claimed that there was no reason to increase the retirement age.

(Who are https://www.camara.gov.co/gustavo-petro-urrego for the Historic Pact?

https://www.eluniversal.com.co/temas/-/meta/gustavo-petro about him is that he repeatedly promises that he will stop oil extraction once he takes the helm. This situation has caused anxiety among investors as well and the market.

Experts estimate that Petro's plans to end oil exploration would cost Colombia about $4.3 billion.

I also propose to create an anti-oil front in the region and across the globe. This would help shift the economy away from 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), among others.

Petro said he'd spoken to Pedro Sanchez, Spain's Prime Minister, in recent times about his proposal.

His position on health issues is also controversial because he insists on the end of EPS and replacing it with a preventive model that "guarantees the rights of the people and not the profit of bankers".

http://www.secretariasenado.gov.co/senadores/53-senadores-2018-2022... has also question the independence of Banco de la Republica.

Petro says that the Bank's Board of Directors is part of a political organization known as the Democratic Center. Therefore, https://www.grupoenergiadebogota.com/content/download/5967/88919/fi... declares, "What we want" is a true independent Bank of the Republic (...). https://www.semana.com/semana-tv/vicky-en-semana/articulo/me-preocu... said that in the middle of an debate.

(Petro has the highest percentage of votes in the presidential election, according to Invamer).


It was also controversial that he suggested to issue cash to fund government expenditures.

Petro's proposals include an economy that isn't dependent, mining and extraction of hydrocarbons and a greater role for agriculture.

It is also mentioned that he will introduce a tax reform that would remove exemptions, and convert minimum wage concepts into real wage rates based on capital and income.

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