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

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CC 1. ANHUI PROVINCE
CPC Committee Earliest
Latest
First Secretary
( Li Desheng) x
Jan 71
Dec 72
Song Peizhang x
Jan 75
May 77
( Wan Li) x
May 77
Mar 80
( Zhang Jingfu) x
Mar 80
Apr 82
Acting First Secretary
Zhou Zijian x
Apr 82
Apr 83
Second Secretary
Li Renzhi (1) x
May 77
Dec 80
d 1983
Gu Zhuoxin x
Jan 81
Apr 83
Secretary
( Huang Huang) (2) x
Apr 83
Jun 86
( Li Guixian) x
Jun 86
Apr 88
Lu Rongjing x
Apr 88
Advisory Commission
Chairman
Yuan Zhen (3) Dec 84
Discipline Inspection Committee
Secretary
Li Shinong Feb 79
Dec 84
Zhao Baoxing x
Dec 84
Provincial People's Congress
Chairman
Gu Zhuoxin (4) x
Dec 79
Apr 83
Yang Weiping Apr 83
Mar 85
d 1989
Wang Guangyu (5) x
Mar 85
Feb 93
Meng Fulin (6) Feb 93

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