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

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A 24. COMMUNIST YOUTH LEAGUE (CYL)

Activities were suspended during the Cultural Revolution.In 1973 provincial Congresses
were held, followed by the tenth National Congress in September 1978. The eleventh
Congress was held in December 1982, with the twelfth in May 1988.

First Secretary Earliest
Latest
Han Ying x
Sep 78
Nov 82
( Wang Zhaoguo) x
Nov 82
Sep 85
Song Defu x
Sep 85
Secretaries
( Chen Haosu) (1) x
May 82
Sep 85
Feng Jun Nov 85
( Gao Zhanxiang) x
Sep 78
Sep 82
He Guangwei x
May 82
May 88
(f) Hu Dehua x
Sep 78
Dec 82
( Hu Jintao) x
Dec 82
Sep 85
( Hu Qili) x
Dec 82
Sep 85
Keyum Bawudun x
May 82
Sep 85
(t) Li Haifeng(2) x
Sep 78
May 88
Li Keqiang x
Nov 85
Li Yuanchao x
Dec 83
Liu Qibao x
Nov 85
Liu Weiming x
May 78
Dec 82
(f) Liu Yandong x
Dec 82
(f) Luosang x
Nov 85
Wang Jiangong x
May 82
Dec 82
Wang Minsheng Sep 78
Dec 82
Zhang Baoshun x
Apr 85
Zhou Pengcheng Sep 78
May 82
Alternate Secretaries
( Li Keqiang) x
Dec 83
Nov 85
( Zhang Baoshun) x
Dec 82
Nov 85
Standing Committee
Amudun Niyaz x
Sep 78
Dec 82
Bao Zhiqiang May 88
Chen Baigao x
Sep 78
Dec 82
Chen Haiyan May 88
Du Changling Sep 78
Dec 82
Huang Yuejin May 88
( Jia Chunwang) (3) x
Dec 82
Sep 85
Jiang Yongqing Sep 78
Dec 82

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