Nicolau dos Reis Lobato
Nicolau dos Reis Lobato (24 May 1946 – 31 December 1978) was an East-Timorese politician and national hero.
He was born in 1946 in Soibada, Portuguese Timor. Lobato as 1st Prime Minister of East Timor from 28 November to 7 December 1975. Upon the arrival of the Indonesian military Lobato, along with other key Fretilin leaders, fled into the Timorese hinterland to fight against the occupying forces. On the final day of 1978 Lobato was ambushed by Indonesian special forces led by Lieutenant Prabowo Subianto (later son-in-law of President Suharto). He was killed after being shot in the stomach, and his body was brought to Dili to be inspected by Indonesian press. What then happened to his body is unknown, but the East-Timorese government continues to pursue the issue with the Indonesian government, so that his remains can be given a proper burial.
Nicolau Lobato was made an East Timorese national hero. The East Timor International Airport has been named in his honour (Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport).
Nicolau Lobato International Airport
Military centre "Comandante Nicolau Lobato"
Nicolau Lobato Presidential Palace
Mário Lemos Pires as Governor of Portuguese Timor (18 November 1974 – 27 November 1975)
| Prime Ministers of East Timor
28 November – 7 December 1975
Sérgio Vieira de Mello as UN Administrator (25 October 1999 – 19 May 2002) and Mari Alkatiri (from 2002)
Francisco Xavier do Amaral
| Presidents of East Timor – nominal
Sérgio Vieira de Mello as UN Administrator (25 October 1999 – 19 May 2002) and Xanana Gusmão (from 2002)
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