Gilber Caro (Congressman) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Gilber Caro Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Gilber Caro is a Venezuelan politician, activist and thrice political prisoner.

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Gilber Caro Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 30 January 1974
Birth Day July 2
Birth Years 1974
Age 47 years old
Birth Place Caracas, Venezuela[1]
Birth City Caracas
Birth Country Venezuela
Nationality Spanish
Famous As Politician
Also Known for Politician
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Occupation Politician

Famously known by the Family name Gilber Caro, is a great Politician. He was born on 30 January 1974, in Caracas, Venezuela[1].Caracas is a beautiful and populous city located in Caracas, Venezuela[1] Venezuela.

Gilber Caro Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Caro grew up in Catia, a poor area of Venezuelan capital Caracas, with many siblings. At a young age, one of his brothers died in an accident and another was sent to prison for a long time; his father then became an alcoholic. This left him to fend for himself, so he dropped out of school and turned to crime. He was frequently arrested for dealing drugs, and was eventually charged with murder and sentenced to 20 years in prison when he was young, ultimately serving 10 years in prison from 1994 to 2004, and was then released but on probation until July 2013; he says he did not commit the crime and that everyone in the neighborhood knew it, but they all also knew that if he told authorities who the real shooter was then he would have been killed for speaking. In prison he became a leader to the weaker men, formed a band called ‘Carblack’, and became a preacher. After finding his spirituality, he worked hard to gain respect and eventually was placed in charge of the prison cafeteria, protecting food to be shared between everyone.

After release, he studied law at Universidad Santa María, and has been a motivational speaker at other institutions, in prisons, and for the 2009 Venezuela national under-20 football team before qualifying games for the 2009 World Cup.

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Gilber Caro Net Worth

Gilber Caro has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Politician. Popularly known as the Politician of Venezuela. He is seen as one of the most successful Politician of all times. Gilber Caro Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful Spanish Politician.

Gilber entered the career as Politician In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Gilber Caro Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

Caro has a daughter, and he also began acting as a paternal figure to his nephew after his sister’s husband died. At least one of his sisters has left Venezuela, a departure he missed whilst in prison. His girlfriend is the activist Steyci Escalona. They first met over Twitter and started dating in 2011, though she had moved to Switzerland in 2007.

Gilber Caro’s official Twitter account

The Politician with a large number of Twitter followers, with whom he shares his life experiences. Gilber is gaining More popularity of his Profession on Twitter these days. You can read today’s latest tweets and post from Gilber Caro’s official Twitter account below, where you can know what he is saying in his previous tweet. Read top and most recent tweets from his Twitter account here…

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Social Network

Born on 30 January 1974, the Politician Gilber Caro is arguably the world’s most influential social media star. Gilber is an ideal celebrity influencer. With his large number of social media fans, he often posts many personal photos and videos to interact with his huge fan base on social media platforms. Personal touch and engage with his followers. You can scroll down for information about his Social media profiles.

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Life Story & Timeline

2020

On 20 December, Caro was detained for a third time. Four other lawmakers were also indicted in December; Popular Will consider that Caro’s detention is part of a series of actions by the Maduro administration to force a boycott of the reelection of Juan Guaidó as President of the National Assembly on 5 January 2020. On 21 January 2020, Caro’s lawyer confirmed that the lawmaker was detained by Venezuelan special police forces (FAES). The lawyer was not allowed to disclose Caro’s whereabouts. FAES operations usually focus on poor neighborhoods and the squad has been accused of carrying thousands of extrajudicial killings. This arrest would be the first time that FAES deals with a public figure.

2019

During the 2019 presidential crisis, Caro said that he did not want help from the “gringos” in the United States or military intervention to help Venezuela, saying “I am going to free my country”. He later told Te Lo Cuento that “speaking in the first person” was a mistake, and that he meant all Venezuelans.

On 26 April 2019, Caro was detained a second time. The National Assembly considers that the arrest goes against Caro’s parliamentary immunity. OAS Secretary-General Luis Almagro demanded “his immediate liberation”. The UN Human rights office demanded Maduro administration to update on Caro’s whereabouts. UN representative Ravina Shamdasani insisted that Caro was not brought before a tribunal in the 48 hours after his detention as required by Venezuelan law. Amnesty International requested the Bolivarian Intelligence Service to handle information on Caro’s whereabouts. Guaidó, the National Assembly, OAS General Secretary Almagro and the UN Human Rights office condemned the new arrest as a violation of parliamentary immunity.

2018

In early March 2018, Caro was transported to another prison without the government informing anyone. Amnesty International then began investigating and asking for information, and a video of Caro in prison was quickly released to make certain his situation known.

Caro was released in the second round of political prisoners after Maduro won re-election in 2018, all of them directly transferred to hospitals. He was weak and unhealthy when he was released, having suffered from gastrointestinal and bone problems during his time incarcerated, and said that he had spent a year isolated in a cell, sometimes going a whole month without being allowed out of it. In addition, he was not allowed to see his lawyers or family, and went on hunger strike for eight days. He was also in the Fénix prison in Lara during a riot where 11 men died. He announced that he wanted dialogue and reconciliation of the opposition Assembly and the government, to help release more political prisoners. The terms of his release mean he is still considered on probation and has to report his presence every 30 days, as well as not speak about his case.

When Juan Requesens was detained and humiliated, Caro made an impassioned speech in the National Assembly on 14 August 2018, where he stripped to his underwear (like Requesens had been in a prison video) and said that a man’s dignity is not measured by his state of dress, as part of national underwear protests in solidarity with his fellow politician.

2017

Despite having parliamentary immunity, Caro was arrested arbitrarily by the government on 11 January 2017, accused of possession of military weapons and US dollars, and treason. After his arrest, his family were not told anything and did not get to see him for 73 days. He was released on 3 June 2018, aged 43, having never had a trial.

2015

Caro has always fought for human rights, with his sister describing him as a “social activist”, and particularly focused on political prisoners both before and after he was incarcerated himself. In 2015, he opened a training center for ex-prisoners, hoping to reform them, which he named after Leopoldo López. This built on his work from 2013, when he started several programs for social reform to help ex-prisoners and at-risk people, including the foundations Liberados En Marcha, Dale La Mano A Tu Par, Santa En Las Cárceles and Educando Por La Paz.

2011

Caro has a daughter, and he also began acting as a paternal figure to his nephew after his sister’s husband died. At least one of his sisters has left Venezuela, a departure he missed whilst in prison. His girlfriend is the activist Steyci Escalona. They first met over Twitter and started dating in 2011, though she had moved to Switzerland in 2007.

2009

After release, he studied Law at Universidad Santa María, and has been a motivational speaker at other institutions, in prisons, and for the 2009 Venezuela national under-20 football team before qualifying games for the 2009 World Cup.

2007

When he was in prison, Caro listened to the speeches of Hugo Chávez, who he resonated with because Chávez had also been imprisoned around the same time and because he didn’t like politicians, thinking they were “thieves”. However, when he left prison after Chávez took office, he “felt that [Chávez] was going the wrong way”. In 2007 he began working for Popular Will, and in 2009 he officially joined the party. In 2012, he was an advisor for the prison measures as part of Henrique Capriles’ presidential campaign. Caro was first elected as an alternate deputy in 2015. One of the first things he mentioned as wanting the Assembly to achieve was an Amnesty Law to release all political prisoners. He was elected as a deputy in 2016.

1994

Caro grew up in Catia, a poor area of Venezuelan capital Caracas, with many siblings. At a young age, one of his brothers died in an accident and another was sent to prison for a long time; his father then became an alcoholic. This left him to fend for himself, so he dropped out of school and turned to crime. He was frequently arrested for dealing drugs, and was eventually charged with murder and sentenced to 20 years in prison when he was young, ultimately serving 10 years in prison from 1994 to 2004, and was then released but on probation until July 2013; he says he did not commit the crime and that everyone in the neighborhood knew it, but they all also knew that if he told authorities who the real shooter was then he would have been killed for speaking. In prison he became a leader to the weaker men, formed a band called ‘Carblack’, and became a preacher. After finding his spirituality, he worked hard to gain respect and eventually was placed in charge of the prison cafeteria, protecting food to be shared between everyone.

1974

Gilber Caro (born 30 January 1974) is a Venezuelan politician, activist and thrice political prisoner.