The three names of Gustavo Petro’s joint team with Iván Duque

By | June 23, 2022

A few days before the election as president of the Colombians, Gustavo Petro must designate the joint team that will have the task of receiving the reports presented by the outgoing Government and start joint work with the next ministerial cabinet from August 7.

Along with the work that the benches of the Senate and House of Representatives of the Historical Pact have been carrying out to seek, among others, the governability of Gustavo Petro in Congress, since July 20, The team already has its first designated figures to start firm work on the connection of the outgoing and incoming governments.

The first is Daniel Rojasprogrammatic coordinator of the campaign of the president-elect, one of the promoters of the candidacy of the leader of the Historical Pact for the presidency of the Republic.

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Another of those appointed is the former president of the Senate, Mauricio Lizcano, He is a lawyer from the Universidad del Rosario where he stood out for his academic life. He has a specialization in Management, Government and Public Affairs of the Externado University of Colombia in association with Columbia University and participated in the High Government Program at Universidad de los Andes. Lizcano joined the figures who announced their support for Gustavo Petro in the midst of the hectic campaign.

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Caroline Cork, who has defended a reform of the health system in Colombia and his position has been against the figure of the EPS. cork is medical psychiatrist at the time is vice president of the Colombian Medical Federation and who participated in the elaboration of the Statutory Health Law and was also linked at some point to the Secretary of Health of the city of Bogotá.