In the framework of the tribute event organized by the Externado University, Gustavo Pedro, elected president of the historic agreement, He showed his more humane side and mentioned that he was afraid to assume the presidency on August 7.
Likewise, in his speech before Externado students, he noted that Colombia would do well if his administration did well. In recent weeks Pedro has been announcing his cabinet team, which will accompany him for the next four years of his mandate.
“Now many of you are afraid to enter the university, and I am afraid to enter the presidency,” Pedro Externado said in the university’s auditorium.
He further noted: “If things go well for us, Colombia will do well. The government project we have proposed and we want to create will bring lessons, questions, and debates. In a certain way, when I started as president and you started as externado students showed a kind of double track between academic debate and practice. There will be critical feedback.”
This Tuesday morning, Pedro held a high-level meeting with the United Nations Resident Coordinator in Colombia, Mireya Villar.
At that meeting, according to sources close to Gustavo Pedro, a road map between the elected government and the United Nations was discussed, including the upcoming UN. Topics related to zero hunger, climate change, peace and migration were also discussed.
On the other hand, last weekend, the president-elect, Gustavo Pedro, through his Twitter account, invited Colombians to the inauguration of his government in the city of Bogotá this coming Sunday, August 7, and asked Colombians to attend that day. In the heart of the capital to experience an explosion of culture and happiness.
“I am waiting for Bogota and the people of Colombia on August 7th in the center of Bogota. Every square and square in the center has an explosion of culture and happiness. All the streets and squares of the center will be filled by the owner of the state: the people. Gustavo Pedro pointed out.
After several meetings, it was decided that the inauguration of President-elect Gustavo Pedro and his new cabinet would take place in the Plaza de Bolívar with 40,000 attendees, while the rest of the crowd would be on Seventh and Eighth Avenues. .
It is noteworthy that the President-elect wants 100,000 people to attend his swearing-in ceremony to be held on August 7. A figure never seen before in a presidential inauguration.
SEMANA has learned that they believe that a very important person from the Joe Biden administration will attend the historic agreement. Some believe it could be Anthony Blinken, the secretary of state, or Kamala Harris, the vice president.
however, The names of some world leaders who have confirmed their attendance at the event are already known. Caracal Radio reported, There are already nine confirmed leaders and heads of state.
In the next few days, King Philip VI of Spain travels to Colombia to capture Gustavo Pedro. Presidents Gabriel Boric from Chile; Pedro Castillo, from Peru; Guillermo Lasso, from Ecuador; Luis Abinador from the Dominican Republic, Luis Arce from Bolivia; Mario Abdo Benitez, from Paraguay; Eugene Rhuggenaath, from Curacao; Laurentino Cordiso from Panama and Xiomara Castro from Honduras.
On the other hand the President of El Salvador, Nayeb Bugele, will not attend. Felix Ulloa, Country Vice President for Central America, has been confirmed on his behalf. On the Mexican side, Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s visit has yet to be defined and a representative is expected to attend. The Foreign Ministers of Palestine and Portugal will attend. Government representatives from the United Kingdom and Ireland are expected to attend.