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    A tinkle from presidential candidate Gustavo Petro generated a tough conversation on social media between the candidate for the presidency of the country under the Historic Pact and the commander of the Army, General Eduardo Enrique Zapateiro. Petro claimed that some (generally) officers were “on the Clan’s payroll.”

    “While the soldiers die at the attack of the Gulf Clan; some of the generals on the Clan payroll are also killed,” Gustavo Petro stated. That they end up ascending toward the generals is the thing that corrupts the leadership” Gustavo Petro stated on social media.

    General Zapateiro’s response

    The message prompted the Army commander to respond and he in six trills asked the presidential candidate about the statement.

    General Zapateiro said that “no one is more hurt than those who don camouflage, as well as their families and their homelands, but their supreme sacrifice for their country shouldn’t be used as a part of political campaigns to justify their actions.”

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    In a separate message, the top officer spoke about the amount of soldiers killed in recent times. “More than 500 military personnel were injured or killed since 2021. There was no official declaration regarding their sacrifice. It’s strange that the deaths of heroes of our country are now causing discomfort that can be utilized to create other signs.

    Gustavo Petro asked the army commander if he knew any information regarding links between the generals and groups that were not under the law. If so gustavo petro should file an inquiry to the authorities.

    “Senator. Don’t make use of your investiture (parliamentary immunity) to try to politicize the deaths of our soldiers. Instead, you should fulfill your duty as a citizen and file an substantiated complaint.


    http://www.elespectador.com/tags/gustavo-petro/ added another trill. “I reminds the senator that you are part of a collective which you can’t denounce as ‘drug trafficking political figures’. As a citizen, I suggest that you not to generalize. First, caracol.com.co/tag/gustavo_francisco_petro_urrego/a/ must respect the rights of others”

    One of the most controversial comments issued by high-ranking officials is that in which the official claimed that Colombians saw their president receive money “ina garbage bag”.

    “I have never witnessed a general receiving ill-gotten cash on the television.” http://www.elheraldo.co/gustavo-petro said that Colombians were used to the practice of receiving money in garbage bags.

    In closing, the official wrote that “to the oldest organization in this country, which members, men, and women, have steadfastly upheld the democratic system of this country for more than two centuries, even sacrificing their lives for the cause, I demand respect.”