Lights and Shadows by Gustavo Petro Winner of the Historic Pact

Lights and Shadows by Gustavo Petro Winner of the Historic Pact

Gustavo Petro, Candidate for the presidency, confirmed on Sunday the favoritism that has been apparent in the polls in the past several weeks. (Positions for those who wish to join (Positions for candidates to Historic Pact of Pensions and Inclusiveness).

The former Bogota mayor Bogota and former senator of Republic took the victory in the Historic Pact alliance and officially became a candidate of the presidency of the Republic, a post that he's aspired to for the third year.

The huge turnout in the consultations made him the most representative representative of the Colombian left. He's an excellent potential presidential candidate, despite his controversial suggestions and opinions on a variety of different fronts.

Petro has stated his intention to change the pension system by the establishment of a public manager of pension funds to have a "mixed and complementing system" along with private funds.

As per the candidate, the country of Colombia there is no pension system. Instead the system is based on bank profits. Many claim that Petro would eliminate the chance of him becoming the President. Petro declared recently that he will not abolish pensions, but he would seek reforms to pensions so that Colombians get a minimum pension. Petro also claimed that there was no need to raise the age of retirement. (Who comprise the list of contenders for the Historic Pact).

Another issue that has caused controversy is the fact that he's repeatedly stated that he will end oil extraction by the time the time he assumes office. gustavo petro This is an issue that has led to uncertainty among investors.

Experts believe that Petro's proposal for Colombia to stop oil exploration would cause the loss of $4.3 billion.

I am also proposing to set up an anti oil front in the region, and across the globe. This would help shift the economy away from fossil fuels. In this regard I would like to invite Gabriel Boric (the new Chilean president) and LuizInacio Lula da Silva (the Brazilian LuizInacio Lula da Silva) as well as other.

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

His views on health are also controversial. He has called for the end of EPS and has replaced it with the concept of preventive medicine that "guarantees human rights, not the bankers' profit margins."

He has also questioned the independence of Banco de la Republica.

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

Invamer claims that Petro leads the presidential election decision to vote.

Also controversial was his idea to issue cash to fund the government's expenses.

Petro's plans include an economy that isn't dependent, mining and extraction of hydrocarbons 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 transform minimum wage concepts into real wages that are based upon the income and capital.

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