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

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M 1. SUPREME PEOPLE'S COURT

Infrequent references were noted between 1968 and 1975. Since that time the activities of
the courts, and the reconstruction of the judicial system has taken place.

President Earliest
Latest
Jiang Hua(1) x
Jan 75
Jun 83
Zheng Tianxiang x
Jan 83
Apr 83
Ren Jianxin x
Apr 88
Vice-Presidents
Duanmu Zheng(2) x
Sep 90
Gao Changli x
Jul 93
( He Lanjie) (3) Mar 66
May 82
Hua Liankui x
Jul 88
Lin Zhun May 82
Liu Jiachen Jul 93
(f) Ma Yuan x
Jun 85
( Ren Jianxin) x
Aug 83
Apr 88
( Song Guang) x
Jun 81
May 82
Tang Dehua Jul 93
Wang Huai'an Aug 80
Aug 83
Wang Jingrong Jul 93
Wang Weigang(4) x
Sep 59
May 82
d 1984
Wang Zhanping x
Jun 81
Jun 85
( Wu Defeng) (5) x
Apr 61
73
d 1976
( Zeng Hanzhou) (3) Mar 66
Aug 83
Zheng Shaowen(6) x
Feb 79
May 82
Zhu Mingshan(7) Aug 83
Leading Members
Chen Bai May 70
May 70
Tan Guansan x
May 70
May 70
d 1985
Yang Lin May 70
May 70
Advisers
He Lanjie May 82
Nov 85
Song Guang x
May 82
Mar 86
Wang Huai'an Aug 83
Mar 86
Zeng Hanzhou Aug 83
Sep 87

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