Gustavo Petro wins the Historic Pact for Lights and Shadows

Gustavo Petro wins the Historic Pact for Lights and Shadows

Candidate Gustavo Petro confirmed on Sunday the favoritism the polls had been marking for weeks.

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Former senator of the Republic and former mayor of Bogota has won the victory in the Historic Pact coalition. Officially, he is now a candidate to the Presidency, which he hopes to win for the third time.

The overwhelming turnout at the consultation has made him the most representative member of the Colombian left. He's also a strong candidate to become president despite his controversial ideas and ideas on many areas.

petro gustavo Petro has stated his intention to make a readjustment to pensions through the creation of a public manager of pension funds that will operate the benefit of a "mixed and complementing system" along with private funds.

The candidate said that Colombia doesn't have a retirement system, instead it's a system that makes bank profits. Many believe this would stop the candidate from becoming president. Gustavo Petro But, Petro recently said that the government would not end pensions but would seek pension reform to create a minimum retirement age for Colombians. He also stated that there's no reason to increase the age of retirement.

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Gustavo Petro gustavo petro Another controversy concerning him is the fact that he repeatedly promises that he will end oil extraction once he takes his office. This has created anxiety among investors as well as the market.

Experts estimate that Petro's plans to stop oil exploration could cost Colombia about $4.3 billion. The proposal also calls for the establishment of an anti-oil force across the region and all over the world which will assist in moving the economy away fossil energy sources. I would invite Gabriel Boric, the new Chilean president, and Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva, Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva, the Brazilian vice president.

Petro stated that he has spoken with Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain, about his idea.

His health policy has been controversial, as the president insists on stopping EPS and replacing it with a preventive health model that "guarantees individuals' rights, not bankers' profits".

There were also questions raised regarding the legitimacy and independence of the Banco de la Republica. According to Petro, "the Board of Directors of the Bank belongs to a political group, the Democratic Center" and therefore, "what we want is an independent Bank of the Republic (...) it seems to me key that the Board of Directors has the presence of the public," said the candidate, in the middle of the debate.

Invamer informs us that Petro is the top candidate in terms of voting intentions for the presidential election.

The idea was controversial because he suggested issuing money to finance spending by the government.

Petro's proposals include a non-reliant economy, hydrocarbon extraction and mining, in addition to a more prominent role for agriculture.

There is also a mention that he could introduce a tax reform that would eliminate exemptions, and convert minimum wage concepts into real wages based on capital and income.