Miguel Uribe will file a complaint with the Attorney General’s Office against Claudia López



Miguel Uribe Turbay urged Mayor Claudia López to dedicate herself to working for Bogotá and not doing politics.


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Miguel Uribe Turbay urged Mayor Claudia López to dedicate herself to working for Bogotá and not doing politics.

For making constant statements of a partisan ideological nature on their social networks, the former Secretary of Government of Bogotá, Miguel Uribe Turbay, He assured that “this week he will file a complaint with the Attorney General’s Office against Claudia López for her participation in politics.”

The straw that broke Uribe Turbay’s patience was a controversial comment made this Sunday, January 16, by the president of Bogotá, from her Twitter account, in which she wrote: “Uribeism only goes until the first round, hahaha. do you think so stupid? Does anyone believe that only Zuluaga is Uribe’s?” The strategy of deception has always been his hallmark. Get rid of the deceived and embarrassed people. Not this time. No more!”.

The former official of the Mayor’s Office of Bogotá spoke immediately, also from this same social network and stated: “Not this time. No more! Claudia has finished Bogotá and insists on committing illegalities”.

Several citizens also complained about the challenging attitude in the political field that the mayor has assumed. “Now Claudia López dedicated herself to doing politics and she still does not govern, nor deliver solutions to the city that elected her. We are doing very badly”, lamented a Bogotan.

Just a few days ago Miguel Uribe Turbay launched a strong criticism against the mayor saying that “not all of Claudia López’s makeup hides the chaos of Bogotá”, for which he considered that “she is managing to be a worse mayor than Petro”.

According to the former Secretary of Government of the capital, the mayor “got the city out of her hands and always blames someone else. He even criticized López’s statement in which he suggests to Bogotanos who have opposed the extension of the peak and urges them to sell the car. “He blames Venezuelans, the Government and the Police for insecurity. From traffic, to those who have cars,” replied Uribe, candidate for the Senate of the Democratic Center.

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