, presidential candidate has held a powerful social network meeting between the candidate to the first post in the country , under the Historic Pact as well as General Eduardo Enrique Zapateiro who is the Army commanding officer. wrote in his message, "Some Clan officers are employed by the Clan."

"While the soldiers of the Gulf Clan are being killed, some of their generals remain employed by the Clan." That end up ascending to the generals is what is causing the corruption of the leadership" Gustavo Petro stated on social media.

General Zapateiro's response

The message triggered the reaction of the Army commander and commander, who in six trillions challenged the presidential candidate over his remarks.

General Zapateiro stated, "There is no one more hurt from the loss of a soldier more than the families of the camouflaged soldiers, but their ultimate sacrifice for the country should not be used in the narratives of political campaigns."

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An officer of the highest rank spoke up about the deaths of soldiers over the past few years. "Since , more than 500 soldiers have been injured and killed in the course of completing the mission. Their sacrifice was invisible, there was no announcement. It is quite curious that the death of heroes is now a source of affliction and is used to signify other things.

Gustavo Petro, an army commander, requested to Gustavo Petro inform the authorities whether he has information about generals who have links to groups that are not law-abiding.

"Senator. use your investiture (parliamentary immunity) to attempt to politicize the deaths of our troops. Instead, perform your civic duty and file an authentic complaint.

@FiscaliaCol FRANCISCO PETRO URREGO.pdf mentioned the facts you mentioned, regardless of who"" the general you mentioned.

He continued with a third warning: "I recall that as senators, you are part of the group that you are able to identify as 'drug-trafficking politicians'. As an individual, it's important that you don't make generalizations. Be and foremost""

The statement from the top official that generated the most debate was the one that said that Colombians had seen the current president receiving money from a bag.

"I've never seen a general gain illicit riches on TV." General Zapateiro stated that Colombians were familiar with the practice of receiving money in garbage bags.

In the end, the official wrote that "to the oldest and most prestigious organization in the country, whose members, both males as well as women, have unflinchingly defended the democracy of this country for over two centuries, even sacrificing their lives, I demand respect."