Petro in La Guajira: To govern with the trampled people from the street and forgotten areas of Colombia | In deep

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President Gustavo Petro has to know that if his is a truly popular government, his mandate has to be carried out with the leading participation of the downtrodden people

During its visit to La Guajira, the Government of Gustavo Petro announced, among other things, these important commitments.

One of these commitments is the creation of the Wayúu Indigenous University.

Another commitment is the creation of the Nazareth hospital, a corregimiento of the municipality of Uribia. Investment in construction will be around $37 billion.

A new green energy project will also be implemented with the installation of 1,618 panels and 930 solar batteries.

In addition, a first water treatment machine will be installed that will supply the health post in the Villa Fátima neighborhood of Uribia

An ecological restoration of twenty thousand hectares will begin in the Macuira National Park.

President Gustavo Petro has to know that if his is a truly popular government, his mandate has to be carried out with the leading participation of the downtrodden people. Govern from the street and the areas most forgotten by Bogotá centralism and regional political clans.

You have to go to Chocó, Córdoba, the Amazon, etc. The people cannot and should not be a stone guest in the implementation of the government program, of social reforms.

The people are the ones who have the power of transformation, of social justice, which is why they must be aware that they have to defend social reforms, the democratic transition.

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