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

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Provincial Revolutionary Committee
Chairman
Long Shujin x
Sep 68
Oct 81
( Seypidin Ayze) x
Jul 73
Dec 77
Wang Feng x
Jan 78
Sep 79
First Vice-Chairman
( Wang Feng) x
Jul 77
Jan 78
1.
From 1981 to 1984 attached to an unspecified Central Committee department in Beijing.
2.
Following his departure from Xinjiang he became attached to a Central Government department.
3.
In 1960 director Mass Work department PLA General Political department.
4.
Previously standing committee Xinjiang CPC committee.
5.
From April 1978 secretary Xinjiang CPC committee.
6.
From September 1972 secretary Xinjiang CPC committee.
7.
Previously vice-chairman Xinjiang Revolutionary Committee.
8.
Previously vice-chairman Xinjiang CPPCC.
9.
Previously director Xinjiang Justice department.
10.
Previously deputy chief procurator of this region.
11.
Wife of Seypidin Ayze.
CC 25. XIZANG (TIBET) AUTONOMOUS REGION
CPC Committee Earliest
Latest
First Secretary
( Ren Rong) (1) x
Aug 71
May 80
( Yin Fatang) (2) x
May 80
May 85
Secretary
( Wu Jinghua) x
May 85
Dec 88
( Hu Jintao) x
Dec 88
Dec 92
Chen Kuiyuan(3) x
Dec 92
Advisory Commission
Chairman
Guo Xilan x
Jan 83
Aug 85
d 1985
Zhang Xiangming(4) Nov 85

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