The journalist and political columnist Cristiana Lôbo (Cristiana Lôbo) died on Thursday (11) because she had been in treatment for multiple myeloma for several years, the pneumonia infection of the last days has worsened her condition. She is 64 years old and was admitted to the Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo.
She left her husband Miguel, two children Gustavo and Bárbara and two grandchildren Antonio and Miguel. Cristiana has worked in the press for more than 30 years. She began her career reporting on politics in Goiás until she moved to Brasilia.
She is an employee of the newspaper “O Globo”, she was a member of the Ministry of Health and saw the production of vaccination cards. She also pays close attention to the decision of the Ministry of Education.
Still in the “Globo”, she works in the Political Panorama column. After 13 years of working in the newspaper, the newspaper “Estado de S. Paulo” took over the political column.
In March 1997, GloboNews made its first television appearance. That month, she joined the Jornal das Dez team of commentators to analyze the main facts of politics and the antecedents of power. News from the house where she was present.
She is also responsible for the Fatos e Versões project and the Backstage of Politics column on g1.