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    This Sunday Gustavo Petro, the candidate for Gustavo Petro, confirmed the favorable polls that have been showing for a number of weeks.

    (Positions for candidates to be included in the Historic Pact of Pensions and Inclusiveness).

    The former mayor of Bogota as well as former senator of the Republic was the winner of the Historic Pact alliance and officially became a candidate of the Presidency for the Republic, a post he has aspired to since the beginning of the third year.

    The large majority of votes in the consultation leads to him being the most representative of the figures of the Colombian left, and a solid candidate for president despite his controversial ideas and ideas on several areas, including the economic one.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/es/post-opinion/2022/04/19/elecciones-colombia-2022-gustavo-petro-juan-fernando-petro-perdon/ Petro has stated that he plans to alter the pension system via the creation of a public administrator for pension funds. Petro also plans to develop a system that is “mixed-and-complementary” with private funds.

    The candidate has stated that in Colombia “we don’t have pension systems, but banks have a profit system,” so many claim that he will eliminate the possibility of achieving the presidency. Petro has recently stated that he wouldn’t eliminate the system but would push for reforms to the pension system in order to provide the minimum amount of income to Colombians. Petro said, however, that it wasn’t necessary to increase the age of retirement.

    (Who are the candidates to be the candidates for the Historic Pact?

    Another topic of contention is his repeated pledges to end oil extraction once his presidency begins. http://www.elcolombiano.com/colombia/politica/petro-dice-que-en-su-gobierno-si-extraditaria-a-piedad-cordoba-NF17568612 Gustavo Petro This has caused uncertainty for investors as well as the overall market.

    gustavo petro Experts estimate that Petro’s proposal to stop exploration for oil would cost Colombia about $4.3 billion.

    americasquarterly.org/fulltextarticle/quien-le-teme-a-gustavo-petro/ The other aspect of this plan is the creation of an anti-oil front within the region and the world, which moves the economy away from fossil fuels to which I would like to invite the new president of Chile, Gabriel Boric, and the Brazilian Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, among others.

    Petro claimed that he talked to Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain regarding his idea.

    gustavo petro His health policy has been controversial, as the president insists on stopping EPS and replacing it with a preventive care model that “guarantees individuals’ rights, not bankers’ profits”.

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

    Petro declared that the Bank Board of Directors belongs to the Democratic Center. Accordingly, the candidate in the middle of a discussion stated “What do we really want? An independently run Bank of the Republic (…) It seems to me crucial that the Board of Directors is a part of the Society.”

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

    flip.org.co/index.php/es/informacion/pronunciamientos/item/2883-gustavo-petro-estigmatiza-y-genera-un-clima-de-violencia-contra-rcn It was a controversial idea that he had proposed to issue money to finance government spending.

    Petro’s proposals concentrate on a sustainable economy which doesn’t rely on fossil fuels.

    He also said that he would implement tax reforms to end exemptions, and to transform the idea of a minimum wage into a real-world wage dependent on capital and income.

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