Lights and Shadows by Gustavo Petro Winner of the Historic Pact

Lights and Shadows by Gustavo Petro Winner of the Historic Pact

This Sunday Gustavo Petro, the candidate for Gustavo Petro, confirmed the favorable polls that have been indicating for many weeks.

(Positions for applicants to the Historic Pact of Pensions and Inclusiveness).

The win was won by Bogota's former senator and mayor of the Republic. This means that he is a candidate for the Presidency of the Republic the office he aspirates to for the third time.

Gustavo Petro Despite his controversial views regarding various issues and fronts and the overwhelming majority of votes in the consultation has made him the most representative of Colombia's left.

Petro has expressed his desire to reform the pension system by establishing a public administrator to oversee pension funds. This would allow Petro to combine both public and private money into an "mixed and complementary system."

As per the candidate, according to the candidate, in Colombia there not a pension system. Instead the system is built on bank profits. Many believe Petro will eliminate the possibility of him assuming the president. Petro declared recently that he wouldn't eliminate them, but would pursue reforms in pensions to ensure that Colombians have a minimum pension. Petro further stated that it is not necessary to increase the age of retirement.

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Another topic of contention is his repeated vows to stop the extraction of oil when the time comes for him to become President. This has caused uncertainty for investors as well as the overall market. Experts estimate that Petro’s proposal to end oil exploration would be devastating for Colombia, costing Colombia $4.3 trillion.

The proposal also calls for the establishment of an anti-oil force throughout the region and across the globe that will help move the economy away fossil energy sources. I would like to invite Gabriel Boric, the new Chilean president, and Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva Luiz Inacio Da Silva, the Brazilian vice-president. Petro claimed that he's talked to Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain regarding his plan. His views on health are also controversial. He has called for the ending of EPS and replaced it with an approach to preventive medical care that "guarantees the rights of people not the profits margins of bankers."

gustavo petro He also questioned the autonomy of Banco de la Republica, and announced that he would also reform the institution should he becoming president.

According to Petro, "the Board of Directors of the Bank belongs to a political party, the Democratic Center" and therefore, "what we want is a truly independent Bank of the Republic (...) it seems to me crucial to ensure that the board has the support of society," said the candidate, in the middle of a debate.

(Petro has the highest percentage of votes in the presidential election (according to Invamer).

The idea of releasing money in order to finance government expenditures was not without controversy.

Petro's plan includes an economic model that doesn't rely on fossil fuels. The proposal also includes hydrocarbon extraction. But, Petro places more emphasis on agriculture.

It is also stated that he will introduce a tax reform plan that would remove exemptions as well as transform the concept and definition of minimum wage into a real income-based wage.

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