Directory of Officials and Organizations in China: A Quarter-Century Guide

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Xie Fuzhi x
Jan 65
Mar 72
d 1972
( Xu Xiangqian) x
Mar 78
Sep 80
d 1990
( Yang Jingren) x
Sep 80
May 82
Yao Yilin x
Jun 79
Mar 93
( Yu Qiuli) x
Jan 75
May 82
Zhang Aiping x
Sep 80
May 82
Zhang Chunqiao x
Jan 75
Oct 76
p 1976
( Zhao Ziyang) x
Apr 80
Sep 80
Zhu Rongji x
Apr 91
Zou Jiahua (7) x
Apr 91
Premier's Office
Director
( Bai Meiqing) x
Apr 83
Aug 90
Jiang Yunbao Dec 91
Special Adviser
Chen Chu x
Feb 86
1.
This listing does not include those vice-premiers who were appointed acting premier during the premier's temporary absence from work.
2.
Dismissed in June 1966, and re-instated to this post in June 1979.
3.
Relieved of this post.
4.
Relieved of this post at his own request.
5.
Did not hold this post between January 1975 and June 1979.
6.
Lost this post in January 1967, re-instated in April 1973, and removed again in April 1976. Re-instated for the second time in July 1977.
7.
Son of Zou Daofen.

C 2. STATE COUNCILLORS

This office was created in May 1982, and is equivalent in rank to vice-premier.

State Councillors Earliest
Latest
Bo Yibo x
May 82
Jun 83
Chen Junsheng x
Apr 88
(f) ( Chen Muhua) x
May 82
Apr 88
Chen Xitong x
Apr 88
Mar 93
Chi Haotian x
Mar 93
( Fang Yi) x
May 82
Apr 88
Geng Biao x
May 82
Nov 82
( Gu Mu) x
May 82
Apr 88
Huang Hua x
May 82
Jun 83

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