Roberto Santiago was born in 1958, Sao Paulo, SP. He is Brazilian politician and the owner of Roberto Santiago Manaira Shopping Mall. He is serving his second term as the federal deputy after being re-elected by Sao Paulo for the Social Democratic Party. He is also the Vice President of the General Union of Workers. He has struggled to improve the working condition and living standards of workers by organizing civil society for them. He is a renowned businessman and trader. Paraibano Roberto Santiago’s shopping mall is located in the capital of Paraiba. The firm was founded in 1989. It is one of the most attraction centers for relaxation, fun, and leisure.
The complex has interactive Stadium System, VIP room, the amusement park Game Station with about 200 gaming machines, 3D room, and account. It attracts people of various age groups and tastes. Manaira Shopping mall has Domus Hall located on top of its roof. Domus hall is considered as one of the largest concert halls. It has a capacity of about fourteen thousand people. It can seat 4,000 people and accommodate another 10,000 people standing. The hall is design with modern technology and Manaira Shopping mall partners with purchasing center, and offer exhibitions show to children from different schools for educational purposes and fun.
The entertainment, culture shows, exhibitions, social projects and entrepreneur acts can all be displayed in the Manaira shopping mall. It is known as the biggest commercial enterprise in Paraiba state. The complex has over 300 stores and about 75,000 m² of Gross Leasable Area. Roberto Santiago is also the owner of the Mangabeira shopping. The Mangabeira Shopping was inaugurated in 2014. The Mangabeira has snowballed to one of the biggest commercial development centers in the whole of the southern zone of Joao Pessoa. He is also a prominent sportsman, the only Brazilian to have won the Brazilian kart championship and has won the first place trophy severally in the state with several other titles of motocross competition.
He was the chairman of the Consumer Law Commission in 2011 where he fought against the inefficient mobile operators and poor health plans. He also contributed immensely to the approval of the profession of day labor in the Labor Committee. He fought for the equal rights of all workers such as the right to work, sickness benefits, retirement, maternity leave and much more according to the Constitution and the CLT. He was also involved in advocating of the approval of the regulation of the profession of about 12 million traders who were not recognized officially despite being members of unions and having the collective agreement. He became the president of Labour, Administration and Public Committee of the Federal Chamber in 2013.