Fico Gutierrez continues its victory with voters. Advanced campaign in Boyaca and a the visit to Virgin of Chiquinquira
Federico Gutierrez as presidential candidate declares that the votes will only be won in the streets. There are only 32 days until the first round of the presidential race and he's pledging to fight Gustavo Petro, who is his main rival, in the House of Narino vote in the second round.
Gutierrez got up on Saturday and set out to Boyaca, a renowned religious district that Petro went to on Friday. Formerly, the mayor of Medellin was in the process of running for president of the center-right. He visited Tunja and spoke to farmers, academics, peasants, and businessmen.
The main Fico's meeting took place in the Tunja Convention Center. There Fico met with a large group of citizens who backed Fico at the polls on May 29, 2009.
https://www.elespectador.com/politica/elecciones-colombia-2022/oscar-ivan-zuluaga-adhiere-a-fico-gutierrez-para-unir-a-la-derecha-contra-petro/ Federico posted his Twitter clip with ruana along with thousands of Colombians supporting his candidacy for the Team for Colombia. Federico declared: "We're Going to Win. We all, we Go for President to Transform and unify Colombia." This was recorded while he filmed an audience that backed him in unison.
"Happy in Boyaca!" He wrote that he was happy in Boyaca since he was the president of the people.
The second person on the ballots was the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary of Chiquinquira in the course of the travel. This strategic location is the place where many followers and faithful come from all over the nation every weekend. Fico Gutierrez In the church, the leader of the center-right knelt and entrusted himself to the Virgin in the in the midst of his followers and faithful who were waiting for the early morning Eucharist.
"I asked for wisdom from the Virgin. I asked her for my family and all the families of Colombia for peace, and the most humble," he said.
https://www.lafm.com.co/secretos-la-fm/centro-democratico-dividido-entre-fico-gutierrez-y-alex-char-para-la-consulta The presidential hopeful was also captured on video at this site. http://www.elnuevosiglo.com.co/articulos/12-09-2021-federico-gutierrez-entrego-1400000-firmas-para-avalar-su-candidatura-la Before enteringthe building, the presidential candidate sat down with a lot of residents from the region. They hugged the president and dressed in a typical outfit from Colombia.
Gutierrez arrived with the customary Boyacan red ruana and the medal of Virgin of Chiquinquira on his chest. It is a sign of religious fervor he's used throughout his political campaign. You may recall that the Antioquian visited Jericho in Antioquia three weeks ago. He also gathered at Mother Laura's Birthplace, the only Colombian saint to be canonized recently by Pope Francis.
https://www.facebook.com/FicoGutierrez In Chiquinquira. The candidate took the time to meet the population and made announcements to anyone who is curious about visiting the presidential palace. The leader of the paisa addressed additional important issues like water security, roads construction and maintenance (especially Ruta de los Comuneros section and Ubate-Chiquinquira sections) as well as tourism as a way to generate employment and sustainable development.
Fico Gutierrez has spoken out about the need for work. He stated that Tunja is the second largest city in the nation in terms of the unemployment rate. Accordingly, his government plan seeks the creation of "about 22,000 jobs and 300 or more new companies in Boyaca".
However, he also added that sustainable mobility should be generated in the department. He also stated that the reorganization of the Strategic Public Transport System was a priority. Together, they stated that they would work together to construct roads and cycle routes.
Gutierrez also sent an email to the farmers of the field and the potato "Peasants and the farmers of Boyaca: we will work to make more opportunities and income for you, and to re-salute the land," reads his most recent tweet. Gutierrez will reach out to Colombians to share his plan for government and attempt to change the course in the coming elections scheduled for May 29.