On Sunday, Gustavo Petro , the candidate for Gustavo Petro, confirmed the favorable polls that have been indicating for several weeks.
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https://www.portafolio.co/elecciones-2022/gustavo-petro-ganador-del... of Bogota as well as former senator of Republic took the victory in the Historic Pact alliance and officially was elected to the presidency for the Republic which that he's aspired to in the past three years.
The large majority of votes in the polls makes to him being the most representative figure of the Colombian left and a solid candidate for president despite his controversial plans and opinions on various fronts, including the one on economics.
petro gustavo stated his intent to change pensions through the creation of a public administrator to pension funds. https://www.asuntoslegales.com.co/gustavo-petro is also planning to establish an arrangement that is "mixed-and-complementary" with private funds.
The candidate has stated that in Colombia "we do not have pensions, we have the system is based on bank profits," so many claim that he will eliminate the possibility of achieving the presidency. Petro has stated that he will not abolish the system, but he will pursue reforms to pensions so that Colombians receive a minimum retirement. Petro also said that it's not necessary to raise the age of retirement.
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Another issue that has been a source of controversy is that he's repeatedly said that he will stop extraction of oil as soon as the day he takes office. petro gustavo has caused confusion among investors and also the market in general.
The experts estimate that Petro's plans to stop exploration for oil would cost Colombia around $4.3 billion.
The proposal also calls for the establishment of an anti-oil force across the region as well as across the globe, which helps move the economy away fossil energy sources. I would invite Gabriel Boric, the new Chilean president, as well as Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva Luiz Inacio Da Silva, Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva, the Brazilian vice president.
Petro claimed that he'd met with Pedro Sanchez, Spain's Prime Minister, recently about his proposal.
His views on health have been controversial as he is insistent on ending EPS and replacing the model with a preventive care model that "guarantees the rights of people, not the bankers' profit".
He has also raised questions about the independence of the Banco de la Republica and announced that he would also propose a reform when he becomes the President.
Petro claimed that the Bank Board of Directors of the Bank was a part of the Democratic Center, a political party. "What we seek is a truly independent Bank of the Republic (...) and it seems important to us that the board of Directors has the presence of the community," the candidate said in the middle of the debate.
According to Invamer, Petro leads the vote in the presidential election.
The idea that he proposed was also controversial. of releasing money to fund the government's expenditures.
One of the main elements of Petro's plans is an economy that does not depend on fossil fuels, mining, or extraction of hydrocarbons, and greater importance for agriculture.
It is also noted that he will propose a tax reform that would remove exemptions as well as transform the concept and definition of minimum wage into an actual income-based wage.
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