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

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DD 20. NANJING MUNICIPALITY
CPC Committee Earliest
Latest
First Secretary
Chu Jiang x
Apr 79
Mar 82
Liu Lin x
Mar 82
Jul 85
Second Secretary
Xu Zhi Mar 83
Jul 85
Secretary
Fang Min Jun 71
Oct 75
( Chu Jiang) x
Mar 76
Apr 79
( Cheng Weigao) x
Jul 85
Jul 87
Zhang Yaohua Jul 87
Jan 88
Dai Shunzhi Jan 88
May 91
Gu Hao x
May 91
Municipal Government
Mayor
Wang Zhaoquan Oct 81
Mar 83
Zhang Yaohua (1) Apr 84
Jan 88
Dai Shunzhi (2) Jan 88
Dec 89
Wang Rongbing x
Oct 90
Acting Mayor
Xu Zhi Mar 83
Mar 84
( Wang Rongbing) Dec 89
Oct 90
Municipal Revolutionary Committee
Chairman
Fang Min Mar 71
Oct 75
Chu Jiang x
Oct 75
Oct 81
1.
In April 1989 identified vice-chairman Jiangsu Provincial Congress.
2.
From December 1989 standing committee Jiangsu CPC committee.

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