Ex-wife of Sergio Fajardo is honest and attacks the presidential candidate in networks

FILE PHOTO: Presidential candidate Sergio Fajardo walks with his wife Ana Lucrecia Ramirez as Colombians vote for a new president in Medellin, Colombia, May 27, 2018. REUTERS/Fredy Builes//File Photo

Ana Lucrecia Ramírez, ex-partner of presidential candidate Sergio Fajardo, who will be part of the Centro Esperanza Coalition’s consultation to elect a single candidate in the first round, launched a poisonous dart against her ex-partner’s campaign through her Twitter account.

Ramírez’s thorny statement was given in response to a tweet from a journalist; which, in turn, quoted a tweet from Fajardo that was perceived by them as indolent with the victims of the Colombian internal conflict. It should be remembered that Fajardo and Ramírez were married between 2001 and 2019, when the former governor of Antioquia decided to end his second marriage and start a relationship with former Foreign Minister María Ángela Holguín.

This Tuesday, the Paisa politician shared news about the boos that former president Álvaro Uribe Vélez received on his arrival at the Santa Marta market, which escalated to the point of preventing him from finishing his visit to the city, which took place in connection with the candidacy of Óscar Iván Zuluaga for the presidency.

Along with the news link, Sergio Fajardo invited the public to close the Uribe chapter without resorting to violence and polarization.

Let’s turn the page, let’s close the chapter of the last 20 years but without resorting to lynching or violence. We cannot continue feeding the vicious circle of “who is not with me, is my enemy”.

Feminist journalist and writer Matilde de los Milagros cited the tweet to point out Fajardo’s alleged lack of consideration for the victims, who remain unrepaired and have the right to express their feelings.

Violent is telling the multitude of victims that they have to “turn the page.” We do not need to close a chapter but review it, in detail and without silencing emotions, so that there is justice, truth and reparation. Colombians have the right to their anger and it must be respected.

Ana Lucrecia Ramírez responded to this tweet with a harsh statement against her. He pointed out that the politician is unable to accept and repair the damage caused to those close to his private sphere, so they are forced to carry on with their pain.

So, according to Fajardo’s ex-wife, he has the false expectation that the rest of the country agrees with that impunity.

I know that he does not know truth, justice and reparation. That’s why he says so boldly that we turn the page. He really doesn’t understand. He has managed to turn the page SO MANY times in his private life, that he is convinced that in the public world they will also pay attention to him.

That response from Ramírez set fire to the social network. It has received more than three thousand “likes” and was shared more than 1,600 times. Netizens say that no one knows a man better than his ex-wife and that they believe in Ana Lucrecia’s version.

This sounds to me like the guy had a hell of a time turning pages. Surely in one of those shits he ended up squaring up to María Ángela Holguín. [email protected]

His thing is lack of character and whale watching. A danger for Colombia. [email protected]

Some of the users also compared Fajardo’s case with that of Hollman Morris, whose last campaign for mayor of Bogotá was sabotaged by his ex-wife’s food complaint.

If it was Hollman’s ex-wife who took away his chance to be mayor, I think that Sergio Fajardo’s presidency ended with his former wife. [email protected]

In December there was a clash of trills between Sergio Fajardo and Gustavo Petro, after he extended an invitation to dialogue that the leader of the center rejected again.

“I will not make alliances with Petro. This is a political competition and it will be the people who decide. It is not about an individual who has revealed the truth, but rather about what team is capable of changing Colombia without anything goes, without anger and without fear”, asserted the former governor of Antioquia, who also added that the pre-candidates of the Central Coalition Esperanza are “a proposal for change” contrary to what Petro and his political stronghold represent for the country.


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