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Pacto Histórico candidate opens dialogue in Colombia

Pacto Histórico candidate opens dialogue in Colombia

Bogota, Apr 6 (Prensa Latina) The presidential candidate for the Pacto Historico coalition, Gustavo Petro, opened a dialogue with the Colombian population on their main problems in view of the presidential elections.
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The inauguration of “Petro te escucha” (Petro listen to you), name of the initiative by means of which he will address the concerns of social leaders, women and young people to contextualize them in each territory and strengthen his governmnet program, took place in the Neiva municipality, Huila department.

The first topic was “El buen vivir” conceived in its program for change in Colombia if it wins the presidential elections of May 29.

This meetings´ goal is to dialogue and listen to the different citizen sectors and to know first hand the needs and concerns on the territories they inhabit.

The Pacto Historico agenda included the incorporation of “Alianza Verde” (Green Alliance) and the support of the elected representatives for the peace seats (seats for the armed conflict victims in the Congress) to the Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez candidacy.

On Monday, Petro recalled that the Pact did an undoubtedly commendable, enormous, fundamental task, which was the great electoral triumph in the legislative elections of March 13, which “has no historical parallel in the progressive parties, but -he emphasized- it must take a leap further”.


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