Who was Cristina Pacheco, the host of ‘Here we had to live’ who died at the age of 82

Journalist Cristina Pacheco lost her life this Thursday morning.


The driver Cristina Romo Hernandezbetter known as Cristina Pachecolost his life this Thursday at the age of 82.

Her daughter, through her Facebook account, shared the sad news: “With deep pain, my sister Cecilia and I share the death of our beloved mother Cristina Pacheco.”

Who was Cristina Pacheco?

The Mexican worked as a journalist, writer, editor and host. She graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and worked with various media outlets.

Cristina Pacheco He began his career in the newspapers El Popular and Novedades, but later, he joined Sol de México and La Jornada. Not only did he participate in writing, he also collaborated on radio programs.

Meanwhile, on television, he had his show, “Here we had to live” of the Channel elevenwhere he gave testimonies about the ways of life and culture of Mexico through interviews with the population.

What did the host of ‘Here we had to live’ die from?

The host Cristina Pacheco, He didn’t usually share many details about his health. The cause of his death has not been confirmed so far.

However, at the beginning of this month, the journalist, in an interview with Garbage Orchestra, announced his retirement for serious health reasons. “Today I have to endure and learn to face something that life is confronting me with, I am not exaggerating, what I am going to do is hard, but I must do it. For health reasons, serious reasons, I have to suspend these conversations at least momentarily, they have been rich, fun, unexpected, think how much we have learned,” she noted.

Personalities say goodbye to Cristina Pacheco

After they reported on the death of Christinadifferent personalities began to say goodbye to her through social networks.

Carlos Britodirector of Channel eleven, expressed his condolences. He too former chancellor Marcelo Ebrad He regretted the death of the journalist. Joaquín López-Dóriga, Javier Alatorreamong others, showed their deep pain at the loss.

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