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    The candidate Gustavo Petro confirmed on Sunday the favoritism that the polls had been highlighting for a few weeks.

    Gustavo Petro (Positions for those who wish to join be included in the Historic Pact of Pensions and Inclusiveness).

    The former mayor of Bogota as well as a former senator of the Republic was the winner of the Historic Pact alliance and officially declared himself a candidate for the presidency of the Republic which that he’s always aspired for for the third year.

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

    Petro declared his intention to alter the pension system through the establishment of a public administrator for pension funds. Petro also plans to establish an arrangement that can be “mixed-and-complementary” and private fund.

    According to Petro, there is no system of pensions in Colombia. But, there are bank profits. So many have claimed that he will end any chance of being elected President. Petro has stated that he wouldn’t eliminate them, but would pursue reforms in pensions to ensure that Colombians receive a minimum retirement. Petro further stated that it’s not necessary to raise the age of retirement.

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    Another topic of contention is his repeated pledges to stop oil extraction when he becomes President. This has led to anxiety for investors as well as the overall market.

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

    Added to this proposal is the creation of an anti-oil front in the region and across the globe that will move the economy away from fossil fuels to which I would invite the new president of Chile, Gabriel Boric, and the Brazilian Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, among others.

    Petro claimed that he had recently spoken with the Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sanchez, regarding his idea.

    His position regarding health concerns has also been controversial. He has insistent on ending EPS in order to replace it with a preventive model that “guarantees both the rights of the people and the profit of banksters”.

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

    gustavo petro Petro claimed that the Bank Board of Directors belonged to the Democratic Center and “What we would like is an independent Bank of the Republic (…) it’s important that the board of directors includes the participation of society members,” the candidate stated in the middle of the debate.

    Invamer asserts that Petro has the presidency’s voting intention.

    http://www.dinero.com/empresas/confidencias-on-line/articulo/gustavo-petro-preocupa-a-wall-street/255306 The idea that he proposed was also controversial. to issue money to finance government expenditures.

    Petro’s proposals focus on a sustainable economy that isn’t dependent on fossil fuels.

    It is also mentioned that he will propose an amendment to the tax code that removes exemptions as well as the replacement of the concept of minimum wage by a real wage based on capital and income. http://www.washingtonpost.com/es/post-opinion/2022/04/19/elecciones-colombia-2022-gustavo-petro-juan-fernando-petro-perdon/ gustavo petro