Gustavo Petro's Lights and Shadows, the winner of the Historic Pact

Gustavo Petro's Lights and Shadows, the winner of the Historic Pact

Gustavo Petro the candidate confirmed on Sunday the favoritism which was evident by polls for a week.

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In the end, the former mayor of Bogota and former senator of the Republic has been able to gain the victory of the Historic Pact coalition and officially becomes a candidate for presidency of the Republic the United States, a position that he hopes to attain for the third time.

He's the most authentic persona in the Colombian left and a strong presidential candidate despite his controversial opinions and plans on a variety of fronts, including economic.

Petro declared his intention to adjust the pension system by establishing a public administrator for pension funds. This would allow Petro to combine private and public funds into the form of a "mixed and complementary system."

According to Petro, there is no system of pensions in Colombia. But, there are bank profits. A lot of people have stated that Petro will eliminate any chance of being elected President. But, said that he will not abolish them but would pursue reforms to pensions to ensure a minimum pension for Colombians. gustavo petro claimed that there's no need to raise the age of retirement.

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Another controversy is the fact that he's repeatedly stated that he'll stop oil extraction by the time when he becomes president. This is an issue that has led to uncertainty among investors.

Experts believe Petro's plan for Colombia to stop exploration for oil would result in the loss of $4.3 billion.

In addition to this, the proposal is the creation of an anti-oil movement in the region and around the world that will move the economy away from fossil fuels, to which I would invite the president-elect of Chile, Gabriel Boric, as well as the Brazilian Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, and others.

Petro has said that he spoke with the Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sanchez, regarding his idea.

His position on health concerns has also been controversial, as he has insisted on ending EPS and replacing it with a proactive care model that "guarantees the rights of individuals and not the profits of bankers".

He also questioned the independence of the Banco de la Republica. announced that he was going to make changes in the event he became the president.

Petro says that the Bank's Board of Directors is part of a political organization known as the Democratic Center. Therefore, Petro declares, "What we want" is a true independent Bank of the Republic (...). gustavo petro said that in the middle of an argument.

Invamer asserts that Petro leads the presidential election in voting intentions.

The idea that he proposed was also controversial. to issue cash to fund government expenses.

Petro's plans include an economy that is not dependent on mining and extraction of hydrocarbons as well as a stronger agricultural role.

It is also mentioned that he would implement a tax overhaul that would remove exemptions and change minimum wage concepts into actual wages that are based upon capital and income.

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