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

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Theoretical Bureau
Director
( Lu Zhichao) Feb 84
87
Jin Huiming Nov 88
Deputy Director
Wang Yanfeng Nov 88
1.
Previously deputy secretary Beijing CPC committee.
2.
Previously vice-chairman Chengdu Municipal Revolutionary Committee.
3.
Before the Cultural Revolution second secretary Shaanxi CPC committee. From 1977 to 1982 secretary Anhui CPC committee.
4.
Before the Cultural Revolution deputy director of this department.

A 10. UNITED FRONT DEPARTMENT

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Director Earliest
Latest
Li Dazhang(1) x
May 76
d 1976
( Ulanhu) x
Jul 77
May 82
d 1988
Yang Jingren x
May 82
Jan 86
Yan Mingfu x
Jan 86
Dec 90
( Ding Guan'gen) x
Dec 90
Dec 92
Wang Zhaoguo x
Dec 92
First Deputy Director
( Liu Lantao) (2) x
Mar 79
May 82
Jiang Minkuan x
Jan 91
Deputy Directors
Fang Zhida Apr 79
May 82
( Jiang Ping) x
May 82
Apr 88
Li Ding x
May 82
Apr 88
( Li Gui) (3) x
Nov 77
Jun 79
Li Yandong x
Dec 91
Liu Ningyi(4) x
Sep 79
May 82
(f) Liu Yandong x
Oct 91
( Ping Jiesan) (5) x
Jan 79
May 82
Qi Yanming(6) x
Apr 78
Oct 78
d 1978
Song Kun x
Apr 88

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