Historical Pact postpones national assembly after controversy over Petro’s alleged presidential re-election

Historical Pact postpones national assembly after controversy over Petro’s alleged presidential re-election
Historical Pact postpones national assembly after controversy over Petro’s alleged presidential re-election

Historical Pact Bench

Photo: El Espectador – Mauricio Alvarado

The coalition of Historical Pact made the decision to postpone the national assembly that would be held this weekend after the controversy generated by his senator’s comment Isabel Zuleta of the supposed intention that this political force would have to achieve the re-election of the President Gustavo Petro.

This Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1, the government coalition, unions, left-wing and mobilization sectors would meet at the National University to talk about the reforms in Congress, the idea of ​​a constituent assembly, and the purpose of unifying support for the president in the face of the supposed soft coup against him.

In context: President Petro seeks ways for a national agreement with constituent color.

However, this appointment was postponed due to the strong criticism that was evidenced by the comment that Zuleta made in an interview in Cablenews: “There are many of us activists who want a re-election, and we say it upfront and we are promoting it. We believe that President Petro must be in government for many more years to achieve some change.”

As established The viewerthe meeting will be postponed until July, as members of the Pact consider that holding this meeting would not be viewed favorably, as it could be misinterpreted by public opinion and be seen to talk about a supposed re-election.

The coalition has denied what Senator Zuleta said, mentioning that the head of state would not even be contemplating this path.

 
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