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

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B 4. SECRETARIAT OF THE NPC

Resumed full operations following the Cultural Revolution in January 1975.

Secretary-General Earliest
Latest
( Ji Pengfei) x
Jan 75
Sep 79
( Peng Zhen) x
Nov 79
Sep 80
( Yang Shangkun) x
Sep 80
Jun 83
Wang Hanbin x
Jun 83
Mar 88
Peng Chong x
Apr 88
Mar 93
Cao Zhi x
Mar 93
Deputy Secretaries-General
( Ding Guan'gen) x
Dec 83
Jun 85
Feng Lanming x
Sep 90
Jul 93
( Gao Dengbang) (1) x
Nov 79
Apr 88
Kong Yuan x
Feb 79
Jun 83
d 1990
( Li Jinde) x
Mar 75
Mar 78
Li Zhongying May 88
Jul 93
Liu Zheng x
Jul 93
( Lian Guan) x
Oct 57
Nov 74
d 1991
Luo Qingchang x
Mar 75
Jun 83
Peng Qingyuan x
Sep 85
Jul 93
Sha Qianli x
Mar 75
Apr 82
d 1982
Su Qiuheng Jul 93
( Wang Hanbin) x
Nov 82
Jun 83
( Wang Houde) x
Jun 83
Nov 88
Wang Shuming x
Jul 93
Wang Songda x
Jul 93
Wu Xinyu x
Mar 75
Jun 83
d 1989
Xing Yimin x
May 78
Jun 83
Xu Kongrang x
Mar 86
Jul 93
( Yan Mingfu) x
Dec 83
Jan 86
Yang Ming x
Dec 83
Apr 88
( You Lin) x
Jun 83
Oct 89
Yu Youmin Jul 93
Zeng Tao x
Nov 79
Jun 83
(f) Zeng Zhi x
Apr 88
Jul 93
Zhang Jialuo x
May 78
Jun 83
Zheng Jiqiao (2) May 78
Jun 83
d 1984
Zhou Jie x
May 88
Jul 93
Legislation Work Committee
Chairman
Wang Hanbin x
Sep 83
Jul 93

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