We do not accept the support of criminal gangs: Gustavo Petro's campaign

We do not accept the support of criminal gangs: Gustavo Petro’s campaign

The head of political debate for Gustavo Petro’s presidential candidacy, Alfonso Prada, assured that They do not accept the support of criminal gangs and reject any type of constraint that is intended to be exercised against voters.

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The pronouncement of the Petro campaign took place in the midst of the controversy generated by some audios that were supposedly recorded as Wilber Antonio Giraldo alias ‘Siopas’, one of the trusted men of Dairo Antonio Úsuga David alias ‘Otoniel’ in the ‘Clan del Golfo’.

The supposed pressure that is intended to be exerted against the citizens, It occurs less than a month before the presidential elections take place.

Prada said that the only thing the presidential candidate accepts is that those who are terrorizing the country turn themselves in and submit to justice and stop violating human rights.

“In Gustavo Petro’s campaign We strongly, clearly, directly reject any type of constraint that is intended to be carried out on any citizen, we do not accept the support of criminal gangs, The only thing we accept is that they submit to justice, disarm and stop the violence, the massacres, the terrorism with which they are acting, making strikes that have affected the population in 11 departments,” he said.

Prada also pointed out that, “What is ours in the campaign of Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez is peace, it is the path of security harmony and naturally to ensure that these gangs are brought to justice and stop one of the most serious sources of violence in the country today”.

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The audios of alias ‘Siopas’, one of the heirs of alias ‘Otoniel’, became known in the midst of the investigation carried out by the authorities in Colombia.

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