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

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W 1. ALL-CHINA FEDERATION OF TRADE UNIONS (ACFTU)

Activities at the national level were suspended during the Cultural Revolution.They were
resumed in 1977. Provincial congresses were held in 1973 with the tenth national congress
of the ACFTU being convened in September 1978. The eleventh followed in October 1983.
and the twelfth in October 1988.

President Earliest
Latest
Ni Zhifu x
Sep 78
Vice-Presidents
Chen Bingquan Nov 85
(Chen Junsheng) x
Dec 84
Oct 88
(f) Chen Shaomin(1) x
Dec 57
Dec 77
d 1977
Chen Yu x
Sep 78
Sep 82
Gu Dachun(2) x
Oct 66
Oct 88
( Han Ronghua) Sep 78
Oct 83
Huang Minwei x
Sep 78
Sep 82
Jiang Yi Oct 83
Oct 88
Jin Zhifu x
Nov 79
Nov 82
Kang Yonghe x
Apr 78
Sep 82
( Li Jiebo) (3) x
Aug 58
Sep 78
d 1987
Li Peiyao x
Oct 88
Li Rongguang Oct 88
(f) Liu Yu'e x
Sep 78
Sep 82
( Luo Gan) x
Oct 83
Oct 88
Ma Chungu (3) x
Dec 62
Mar 79
d 1979
Song Kanfu x
Sep 78
Sep 82
d 1991
(f) Wan Shaofen x
Oct 88
Wang Chonglun x
Sep 78
Oct 88
Wang Houde x
Oct 88
Wang Jiachong Oct 83
Oct 88
( Wei Jianxing) x
Oct 83
Dec 84
Yang Xingfu(4) x
Dec 89
Yu Hong'en x
Dec 89
Zhang Dinghua x
Dec 91
Zhang Qi x
Sep 81
Sep 82
(f) Zhang Ruiying x
Sep 78
Zheng Wantong Oct 88
Zhu Houze x
Oct 88
Zhu Xuefan (3) x
Aug 48
Sep 82
Standing Committee
Cai Shixiong Oct 83
Oct 88
( Chen Bingquan) Oct 83
Nov 85
Chen Shaonian Oct 83
Oct 88

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