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The controversial video of Rodolfo Hernández at a party on a yacht in Miami

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Presidential candidate Rodolfo Hernández is embroiled in a new controversy. Two days before the elections the magazine change He posted a video of Hernández partying with women and businesspeople aboard a yacht in Miami. Another participant is the candidate’s son, Luis Carlos Hernández, who is involved in the Vitalogic case, in which Rodolfo Hernández is also accused. According to a source cited by the magazine, “The expenses were borne by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer, which was interested in expanding its business in Colombia, and several of its executives were in attendance.”

The pharmacist, on questions from Change, He assured that no one from the company met with the businessman last week when Hernández traveled to Miami for the final stretch of the campaign, but didn’t respond to October 2021, when the party took place. For these dates, the former mayor of Bucaramanga had already launched his candidacy for the presidency of Colombia. In a Pfizer statement released on social media, the company assures that no person representing Pfizer attended, participated in, or funded this situation at the party on the yacht. “Pfizer strongly denies the allegation that Mr. Christopher Ariyan, Pfizer Country Manager for the Andean Cluster, was on a yacht in Miami that same day, October 9, 2021, with Presidential candidate Rodolfo Hernández or on any other occasion. Mr. Ariyan does not know him, has never met or spoken to him.”

A few days ago, some pictures of the candidate on board a luxurious yacht were published. The subject had gone more or less unnoticed as all that could be seen was the businessman dancing with a woman. Now the complete recording from Saturday, October 9, 2021 is known: According to the magazine, the yacht is worth $ 4.5 million, the rental for six hours around 20 million Colombian pesos ($ 5,000).

According to journalist Daniel Coronell, a man named Marcio Ramos Pinto acted as the ship’s gracious host, telling them that whatever they wanted was covered. The journalist asked the candidate Hernández about these events, but never received an answer.

Hernández responded to the publication today. He has criticized on his social media that people think it’s bad that he’s vacationing in Miami in 2021, but that they don’t mind Petro getting drunk. “He stood in the stands in a state of extreme drunkenness to speak to the voters, not even to the Petrovideos, the Pillory Pact and their criminal strategy. They’re desperate,” he said.

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