• Petersson Dugan posted an update 8 months, 3 weeks ago

    http://www.eluniversal.com.co/temas/-/meta/gustavo-petro was confirmed as the candidate on Sunday. He has been going through the election for a few weeks, displaying favoritism.

    ( http://www.portafolio.co/elecciones-2022/gustavo-petro-ganador-del-pacto-historico-562857 of the Candidates for the Historic Pact On Pensions and Inflation).

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

    The overwhelming majority during the consultation makes him to be the most representative of the figures of the Colombian left, and is a strong candidate for president despite his controversial ideas and opinions on various areas, including the one on economics.

    Petro announced his plans to revamp the pension system through the establishment of a public manager of the pension fund. The pension system is expected to be “mixed” and will complement the private fund.

    According to the candidate, the country of Colombia there is no pension system. Instead http://www.asuntoslegales.com.co/gustavo-petro is based on bank profits. Many believe Petro will cut off any chance of his assuming the president. However, petro gustavo said that he will not abolish them however, he would like to reform the pension system to achieve a minimum pension for Colombians. Petro said that there is “no need” to increase the pension age.

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    Another controversy concerning him is the fact that he repeatedly promises that he will cease oil extraction once he takes his office. This has led to anxiety among investors as well as the market.

    Experts predict that Petro’s proposal end to exploration for oil would cost Colombia an estimated $4.3 billion in loss.

    In addition to this, the proposal is to create an anti-oil front in the region and across the globe that will move the economy away from fossil fuels, for which I’d like to invite the new president of Chile, Gabriel Boric, as well as the Brazilian Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, among others.

    Petro stated that Petro was in conversation with Pedro Sanchez (the Prime Minister of Spain) about his proposal.

    http://www.grupoenergiadebogota.com/content/download/5967/88919/file/GUSTAVO FRANCISCO PETRO URREGO.pdf on health is as well controversial. He has demanded the removal of EPS and has replaced it with a model of preventive medicine that “guarantees the rights of people and not the profits margins of bankers.”

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

    Petro said that the Bank Board of Directors belongs to the Democratic Center. Accordingly, the candidate at the center of a discussion stated “What do we want? A truly independently run Bank of the Republic (…) It seems to me that it is essential that the board of directors has the support of the society.”

    Invamer claims that Petro has the presidency’s in voting intentions.

    The idea of issuing funds to finance government expenditure was also controversial.

    The main pillars of Petro’s plans is an economy that does not depend on fossil fuels, mining, or hydrocarbon extraction, with more importance in agriculture.

    He also said that he will implement an overhaul of the tax system to remove exemptions and change the concept of minimum wage into a real wage dependent on capital and income.