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Las 14 cosas que no sabías de Carlos Carrizosa

Carrizosa, en una sesión del Parlament durante la pandemia

El nuevo número 1 de Ciudadanos para las elecciones catalanas, que aún no tienen fecha, es Carlos Carrizosa. Al político barcelonés, de formación abogado, le espera la dura tarea de revertir los negativos sondeos para su formación. 

Así es, en la política y fuera, el candidato de Cs para la Generalitat:

1. Nació en Barcelona el 22 de marzo de 1964. Tiene 56 años.

2. Está separado y tiene tres hijos.

3. Es licenciado en Derecho por la Universidad de Barcelona.

4. Es miembro del Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Barcelona y ejerció como abogado cerca de dos décadas antes de su salto definitivo a la política. Abrió un despacho, con dos socios, en 1989.

5. No tiene ascendencia “política” en casa y de joven trabajó en el taller de artes gráficas de su padre.

6. Se decantó por Ciudadanos desde primera hora y ya en 2006 formó parte del grupo inicial del partido.

7. Es diputado del Parlament desde 2012.

8. Como tantos otros políticos, también sufrió el coronavirus; en abril tuvo que ser hospitalizado.

9. En 2019 hackearon su entrada de Wikipedia, donde apareció por un rato con la descripción de “demagogo borracho de extrema derecha”.

10. A principios de este año, activistas radicales independentistas publicaron su teléfono (y el de Lorena Roldán) en redes sociales.

11. Tras el referéndum ilegal del 1-O y las tensiones sociales se decidió a llevar escolta, como varios compañeros.

12. Es aficionado a la paleontología.

13. También tira por la historia a la hora de leer y es un fijo de los clásicos grecolatinos.

14. Lee otras cosas; de hecho es coleccionista de cómics, a los que se aficionó desde muy niño.

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