Hard cross between Gustavo Petro and General Zapateiro
A tinkle from presidential candidate Gustavo Petro generated a tough interaction on social media between the presidential candidate who is running for the first position of the country by the Historic Pact and the commander of the Army, General Eduardo Enrique Zapateiro. Petro wrote in the message, "Some Clan officers are employed by the Clan."
"While the soldiers die at the at the hands of the Gulf Clan; some of the generals who are on the payroll of the Clan are also killed," Gustavo Petro stated. They eventually rise to generals." Gustavo Petro, a social network user said that the top leaders of the drug trade are corrupted.
General Zapateiro's response
The Army commander responded to this message and in six rounds, asked questions about the presidential candidate.
"There is no one who is more grieved by the death of a soldier than those of us who wear camouflage, and obviously, their families and the nation itself. However, their supreme sacrifice for the country should not be used in political campaign narratives," General Zapateiro said.
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In another message the senior officer spoke about the number of soldiers killed in recent times. "Since 2021 more than 500 military personnel have been killed and injured in the course of completing the mission. petro gustavo was not recognized, and there was no announcement. gustavo petro that the loss of heroes of the fatherland causes affliction and can be used as a sign for other reasons."
Gustavo Petro, the army commander, inquired Gustavo Petro if he knew of any links between generals or groups that are not subject to the law and asked him to file an investigation.
"Senator Don't use your investiture (parliamentary inviolability) to pretend to politicize the death of our soldiers, rather do your duty as a citizen by making a providing a valid complaint to the
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https://www.larepublica.co/gustavo-petro added a second phrase: "I remind senators that they belong to the group that you can label 'drug trafficking legislators'. As an individual, I suggest that you not make generalizations. First and foremost, respect"
One of the most controversial comments issued by high-ranking officials is that in which he claimed that Colombians saw their president receive money "ina garbage bag".
"I've never seen a general gain illicit riches on TV." The Colombians have seen you get money from a garbage bag"" General Zapateiro declared.
The official ended by saying that he would demand respect for the longest-running institution in the country. The members, men and women, have steadfastly upheld democracy across the country for more than 200 years, and even sacrificed their own lives.