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

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CC 4. GUANGDONG PROVINCE
CPC Committee Earliest
Latest
First Secretary
( Liu Xingyuan) x
Dec 79
Mar 72
d 1990
( Ding Sheng) x
Jul 72
Jan 74
p 1976
( Zhao Ziyang) x
Apr 74
Oct 75
( Wei Guoqing) x
Oct 75
Dec 78
d 1989
( Xi Zhongxun) (1) x
Dec 78
Nov 80
Ren Zhongyi x
Nov 80
May 85
Second Secretary
( Xi Zhongxun) x
Feb 78
Dec 78
( Yang Shangkun) (2) x
Dec 78
Nov 80
( Lin Ruo) x
Nov 84
May 85
Permanent Secretary
( Jiao Linyi) (3) x
Apr 78
Jan 79
Secretary
Lin Ruo x
May 85
Jan 91
Xie Fei x
Jan 91
Advisory Commission
Chairman
Kou Qingyan Mar 83
Sep 85
Liang Lingguang x
Sep 85
May 88
Wang Ning May 88
Discipline Inspection Committee
Secretary
(f) Li Jianzhen x
Dec 77
Mar 83
d 1992
Wang Ning (5) Mar 83
Dec 85
Wang Zongchun x
Dec 85
Provincial People's Congress
Chairman
(f) Li Jianzhen (4) x
Dec 79
Apr 83
d 1992

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