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

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First Vice-Chairman
( Zhang Pinghua) x
Oct 71
May 77
1.
From 1959 to 1967 secretary Hunan CPC committee.
2.
From 1959 to 1967 first secretary Hunan CPC committee.
3.
From August 1973 to April 1979 secretary Hunan CPC committee.
4.
Subsequently vice-chairman Guangdong CPC Advisory Commission.
5.
From 1979 to 1988 vice-governor of this province.
6.
Veteran Hunan official.
7.
Previously vice-governor of this province.
8.
Previously secretary Yueyang Prefecture CPC committee.
9.
Previously secretary-general Hunan CPC Advisory Commission.
10.
From January 1988 vice-chairman Hunan Provincial Congress.
CC 13. JIANGSU PROVINCE
CPC Committee Earliest
Latest
First Secretary
( Xu Shiyou) x
Dec 70
Jan 74
d 1985
( Peng Chong) (1) x
Dec 74
Oct 76
( Xu Jiatun) (2) x
Mar 77
Apr 73
Second Secretary
Liu Lin x
Sep 82
Apr 83
Permanent Secretary
( Hu Hong) (3) x
Dec 79
Aug 82
( Han Peixin) x
Apr 83
Dec 84
Secretary
Han Peixin x
Dec 84
Dec 89
Shen Daren x
Dec 89
Advisory Commission
Chairman
Liu Lin x
Dec 84

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