The uribista obtained the necessary signatures and, at the end of 2013, the Attorney General's Office dismissed him and disqualified him from holding public office for 15 years. The reason: a mismanagement of a conflict related to garbage mobile phone number list collection. Petro's government in the country's capital is, however, remembered for its social imprint. His vocation to mix social strata in different areas (as happens in some of the most mobile phone number list cosmopolitan cities in the world) was not well received by the wealthiest. His urban security policy, however, left its mark.
Based on a framework according to which security should not be based on policies of police repression, but rather on a process of extensive mobile phone number list citizen construction, Petro undertook a battery of measures, among which the strategy of demobilizing street gangs through livelihood and work plans. Around 10,000 young people left theft and criminal practices, while accessing the study through Colombia Humana programs in the city of Bogotá.
In addition, Petro developed a series of mobile phone number list social policies for people living on the streets and seriously dealt with the problems of sex workers in the city. According to the United Nations (UN), multidimensional poverty in Bogotá showed figures of 12%. When Petro handed over the mayor's office, even in an impeachment process mobilized by the right, the figure had dropped to 4.7%. Fears and criticism from the right Just six months into the presidential campaign,