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

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A 3. SECRETARIAT OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE

This organization ceased to function sometime between 1966 and 1968 when its
responsibilities were taken in part by the Central Committee's General Office, and until
1968 by the Cultural Revolution Small Group.Its full functions were ultimately restored in
February 1980.

General Secretary Earliest
Latest
Hu Yaobang x
Dec 78
Jan 87
d 1989
Zhao Ziyang x
Oct 87
Jun 89
Jiang Zemin x
Jun 89
Acting General Secretary
( Zhao Ziyang) x
Jan 87
Oct 87
Secretaries
Chen Pixian x
Sep 82
Oct 87
Deng Liqun x
Sep 82
Oct 87
Ding Guan'gen x
Jun 89
Fang Yi x
Feb 80
Sep 82
Gu Mu x
Feb 80
Sep 85
(f) Hao Jianxiu x
Sep 85
Oct 87
Hu Jintao x
Oct 92
( Hu Qiaomu) x
Feb 80
Sep 82
d 1992
Hu Qili x
Sep 82
Jun 89
( Li Peng) x
Sep 85
Oct 87
Li Ruihuan x
Jun 89
Oct 92
Peng Chong x
Feb 80
Sep 82
Qiao Shi x
Sep 85
Oct 92
Ren Jianxin x
Oct 92
Rui Xingwen x
Oct 87
Jun 89
( Song Renqiong) x
Feb 80
Sep 82
Tian Jiyun x
Sep 85
Oct 87
Wan Li x
Feb 80
Oct 87
Wang Renzhong x
Feb 80
Sep 82
d 1992
( Wang Zhaoguo) x
Sep 85
Oct 87
Wei Jianxing x
Oct 92
Wen Jiabao x
Oct 92
Xi Zhongxun x
Jun 81
Sep 85
Yan Mingfu x
Oct 87
Jun 89
Yang Baibing (1) x
Nov 89
Oct 92
( Yang Dezhi) x
Feb 80
Sep 82
Yang Yong x
Sep 82
Jan 83
d 1983
Yao Yilin x
Feb 80
Sep 85
Yu Qiuli x
Feb 80
Oct 87

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