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

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Provincial Women's Federation
Chairman
(f) Ding Fengying x
Jul 73
Oct 83
(f) Zhou Ming Oct 83
Provincial Revolutionary Committee
Chairman
( Zeng Siyu) x
Feb 68
Jan 74
( Zhao Xinchu) x
May 75
Aug 78
d 1991
( Chen Pixian) x
Aug 78
Jan 80
First Vice-Chairman
( Chen Pixian) x
Aug 77
Aug 78
1.
From 1958 to 1964 vice-governor of this province.
2.
From 1965 to 1967 first secretary Shanghai CPC committee.
3.
Previously governor Hubei People's Bank.
4.
Previously vcie-chairman of this commission. From January 1980 to August 1983 vice-governor of this province.
5.
From 1964 to 1968 vice-governor of this province.
6.
Previously vice-governor of this province.
7.
Previously president Hubei Construction Bank.
8.
From July 1990 deputy secretary Hubei CPC committee.
9.
From 1956 to 1968 secretary Hubei CPC Secretariat.
10.
Previously deputy secretary Hubei CPC committee.
11.
Previously secretary Xianning Prefecture CPC committee.
12.
Previously deputy chief procurator of this province.
CC 12. HUNAN PROVINCE
CPC Committee Earliest
Latest
First Secretary
( Hua Guofeng) (1) x
Dec 70
Jun 77
( Mao Zhiyong) x
Jun 77
Jun 85
Second Secretary
( Zhang Pinghua) (2) x
Oct 71
May 77
Wan Da x
May 79
Nov 83

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