Behind the victory in the second round of President-elect Gustavo Petro during the elections in Colombia, some congressmen from Popular Force, Popular Renewal and Advance Country They have shown their discontent with it.
This is due to the fact that Petro has a leftist ideology, which many opponents confuse with “socialism”, despite the fact that they are different concepts.
In this way, the parliamentarian Fujimorist Juan Carlos Lizarzaburu He was briefly embarrassed through his social networks.
“I’m sorry for Colombia…”, he posted on his Twitter account. For his part, the congressman Alexander Munante (Popular Renovation) presented a broader opinion on Petro’s victory.
“Colombia in its 2nd round was torn between the dictatorship of socialism and the dictatorship of progressivism. Colombia had already lost a long time ago”, He stated on his social network.
Briefer still was the legislator Alexander Cavero of Country advanceswho only managed to publish an emoji of the Colombian flag next to a broken heart, and his followers commented on him supporting his idea.
As reported, Gustavo Petro he defeated the right-wing independent millionaire, Rodolfo Hernández, after obtaining more than 50% of the vote.
“What is coming is real change. In this we commit existence itself. We are not going to disappoint that electorate that has yelled at the country that starting today, Colombia changes. Colombia is now. A real change that leads us to some of the approaches that we had made in these public squares: the politics of love”, expressed the elected president from the Movistar Arena in Bogotá.
Pedro Castillo greeted Gustavo Petro’s victory
President peter castle He dedicated a message to his next Colombian counterpart through social networks.
“I just called Gustavo Petro to congratulate him on his historic democratic victory in Colombia. We are united by a common feeling, which seeks collective, social and regional integration improvements for our peoples. Brother Gustavo, always count on the support of Peru”, specified the head of state.