Carlos Gallisá Bisbal is a Puerto Rican attorney, politician, and independence movement leader. After graduating from the University of Puerto Rico, Gallisá practiced labor law. He became politicized through the Vieques protests against the United States Navy. He was elected to the House of Representatives as a member of the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) in 1972. In 1973 he left the PIP to join the more radical Puerto Rican Socialist Party (PSP).

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  • Carlos Gallisá Bisbal is a Puerto Rican attorney, politician, and independence movement leader. After graduating from the University of Puerto Rico, Gallisá practiced labor law. He became politicized through the Vieques protests against the United States Navy. He was elected to the House of Representatives as a member of the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) in 1972. In 1973 he left the PIP to join the more radical Puerto Rican Socialist Party (PSP). In 1983, Gallisá became general secretary of the PSP. Gallisá has suffered harassment due to his politics, including a firebombing of his law office. He has testified at the United Nations on the decolonization issue. Following the disbanding of the PSP in 1993, Gallisá became a leader of the New Puerto Rican Independence Movement and later the Hostosian National Independence Movement. He is also a columnist for the newspaper Claridad ("Clarity") and a regular news commentator on "Fuego Cruzado" ("Crossfire"), a radio program aired by WSKN-AM in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • Carlos Gallisá Bisbal (1926 -) es un abogado y político de Puerto Rico, líder del movimiento independentista. Después de graduarse en la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Gallisá ejerció como abogado laboralista. Llegó a ser politizado a través de las protestas de Vieques contra la Marina de Estados Unidos. Fue elegido miembro de la Cámara de Representantes como candidato del Partido Independentista Puertorriqueño (PIP) en 1972. En 1973 abandonó el PIP para unirse al Partido Socialista Puertorriqueño (PSP), del que se convirtió en secretario general en 1983. Tras la disolución del PSP en 1993, Gallisá se convirtió en líder del Nuevo Movimiento Independentista Puertorriqueño y más tarde del Movimiento Independentista Nacional Hostosiano. También es columnista del periódico Claridad y un habitual comentarista de noticias en el programa radiofónico "Fuego Cruzado", transmitido por la emisora WSKN-AM en San Juan, Puerto Rico. Gallisá ha sufrido acoso por sus ideas políticas, incluyendo una bomba incendiaria en su despacho de abogados. Ha testificado ante las Naciones Unidas sobre la cuestión de la descolonización de Puerto Rico.
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  • Carlos Gallisá Bisbal (1926 -) es un abogado y político de Puerto Rico, líder del movimiento independentista. Después de graduarse en la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Gallisá ejerció como abogado laboralista. Llegó a ser politizado a través de las protestas de Vieques contra la Marina de Estados Unidos. Fue elegido miembro de la Cámara de Representantes como candidato del Partido Independentista Puertorriqueño (PIP) en 1972.
  • Carlos Gallisá Bisbal is a Puerto Rican attorney, politician, and independence movement leader. After graduating from the University of Puerto Rico, Gallisá practiced labor law. He became politicized through the Vieques protests against the United States Navy. He was elected to the House of Representatives as a member of the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) in 1972. In 1973 he left the PIP to join the more radical Puerto Rican Socialist Party (PSP).
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