Lights and Shadows by Gustavo Petro winner of the Historic Pact

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

gustavo petro (Position of candidates of the Historic Pact on Pensions and inflation).

The victory of the Historic Pact coalition was won by the former mayor of Bogota, and the former senator of Republic. He was officially an official candidate for the presidency of Republic, which is an ambition he hopes to be able to hold for the third time in a row.

gustavo petro The huge turnout in the consultation has made him the most representative member of the Colombian left. He's also a strong potential presidential candidate despite his controversial opinions and views on numerous areas.

Petro declared his intention to reform the pension system by establishing a public administrator for pension funds. This will enable Petro to blend both public and private money into an "mixed and complementary system."

The candidate has said that in Colombia "we do not have pension systems, but banks have a profit system," so many claim that he will end the possibility of achieving the Presidency. Petro recently stated however that he wouldn't abolish the system, but would instead seek to overhaul the system of pensions in Colombia, in order to achieve the minimum amount of pension for Colombians. Petro said that there is "no requirement" to increase the pension age.

(Who are the people who compose the Historic Pact candidates list?

Another issue that is controversial about him is that he repeatedly promises that he will stop oil extraction once he takes the helm. This has led to confusion among investors as as the market.

The experts believe that Petro's request to Colombia to stop oil exploration would result in an estimated loss of $4.3 billion. This proposal also calls for the formation of an anti-oil force in the region and around the world , which will move the economy away fro fossil fuels. I would invite Gabriel Boric to Chile and LuizInacio Lula de Silva to join me.

Petro claimed that he's spoken with Pedro Sanchez, the Prime Minister of Spain, about his idea. His position on health has been controversial because he is insistent on ending EPS and replacing it with a preventive model that "guarantees the rights of people, not the bankers' profit".

He also has questioned the legitimacy of Banco de la Republica. Petro claims that the Bank's Board of Directors is part of a political party called the Democratic Center. Therefore, Petro declares, "What we want" is an independent Bank of the Republic (...). The candidate said this in the middle of an debate.

(Petro is the leader in voting intentions for the presidential election (according to Invamer).

The idea of releasing money in order to finance the government's spending was a source of controversy.

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

It is also highlighted that he is planning to implement an amendment to the tax code that removes exemptions as well as the replacement of the concept of minimum wages to a real-time wage based on income and capital.