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Previous Directors and Deputy Directors of the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China

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General Office of the CPC Central Committee
Past Directors and Deputy Directors
Ren Bishi (1940 to 1948)
Ren Bishi, born in April 1904, was born in Xiangyin County, Hunan Province. Ming Pei Guo, No. 2 South. He attended Changsha Mingde Middle School and Hunan First United County Middle School. In August 1920, he joined the Chinese Socialist Youth League. In May 1921, he went to study at Moscow Oriental Workers Communist University. At the end of 1922, he became a full member of the Chinese Communist Party. In the fall of 1924, he returned to China and served as a member of the Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui District Committee of the Chinese Socialist Youth League. He taught at Shanghai University. In January 1925, he was elected as the Executive Committee Member of the League Central Committee and served as the director of the Organization Department. Actively lead young people to participate in the "Five Nation" patriotic movement. In July of the same year, he served as General Secretary of the League Central Committee. In October, he served as a member of the CPC Central Committee's Military Campaign Committee. In May 1927, he attended the Fifth National Congress of the Communist Party of China and was elected as a member of the Central Committee. In the same month, he presided over the Fourth National Congress of the Communist Youth League and was elected as the executive member of the Communist Youth League Central Committee, succeeding the general secretary of the Communist Youth League Central Committee. Fight against Chen Duxiu's right-leaning mistake.
After the collapse of the KMT-CCP cooperation, he attended the emergency meeting of the CPC Central Committee in Hankou on August 7, 1927, actively advocated the agrarian revolution, and was elected as a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee. In 1928, the Sixth National Congress of the Communist Party of China was held in Moscow, and Li Weihan and Luo Dengxian stayed in China to preside over the central daily work and draft central documents such as the Guide to Urban and Rural Work, which played a role in correcting blind activism and reviving the revolution. Continue to be elected as a member of the Central Committee. He was arrested twice in 1928 and 1929, tortured with stern torture, unyielding, and later organized to rescue the prison.
In 1930, he served as Secretary of the Hubei Provincial Party Committee, Member of the CPC Yangtze River Bureau, Secretary of the Wuhan Municipal Party Committee, Member of the Soviet Central Bureau, and Member of the Revolutionary Military Committee. In 1931, he attended the Fourth Plenary Session of the Sixth CPC Central Committee and was elected as a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee. In March of the same year, he led a delegation of the CPC Central Committee to the Soviet Area of Jiangxi. In November, he was elected as the executive member of the Chinese Soviet Republic. In December, he served as the Deputy Secretary of the Central Bureau of the Soviet Area, and the Minister of Organization and the principal of the Party School. In 1933, he served as the secretary of the Hunan Provincial Committee of the CPC and the political commissar of the Hunan and Jiangxi Military Region.
After the fifth defeat of the Central Soviet Area against "encirclement and suppression", in August 1934, the Red Six Army was ordered to withdraw from the Hunan-Jiangxi Soviet Area and break through the western expedition. It explored the way for the strategic transfer of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the Central Red Army. Chairman of the Military and Political Commission. At the end of October of the same year, he joined the Red Third Army led by He Long (the Red Second Army was reinstated after the merger) to jointly create the Hunan, Hubei, Sichuan, and Guizhou Revolutionary Bases, and served as a political member of the Red Second Army. At the end of November, he served as the secretary of the Provisional Provincial Party Committee and Military District Political Committee of the Communist Party of China, Hunan, Hubei, Sichuan, and Guizhou.
In November 1935, He Long and his team led the Red Second and Sixth Army to break through the Long March. In July 1936, they joined the Red Fourth Army in Ganzi, Sichuan. In the same month, according to the orders of the Central Military Commission, the Red Second Army, the Red Six Army Corps, and the Red Thirty-two Army formed a Red Second Army and served as political commissars. They firmly supported the Central Committee of the Communist Party represented by Mao Zedong, safeguarded the party's unity, and separated from Zhang Guozhen. Fight for the victory of the three main forces of the Red Army. In October, he served as a political member of the former enemy's headquarters of the Chinese Anti-Japanese Red Army. In December, he served as a member of the Presidium of the Central Revolutionary Military Commission.
After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he served as a member of the North China Branch of the Central Military Commission of the Communist Party of China, director of the Political Department of the Eighth Route Army, and Zhu De and Peng Dehuai led the Eighth Route Army to the Shanxi front to fight the war. In March 1938, on behalf of the CPC Central Committee, he went to Moscow to report to the Communist International on the situation of the Chinese Anti-Japanese War and the work and tasks of the Communist Party of China, clarified the anti-Japanese national united front represented by Mao Zedong, and gained the understanding and support of the Communist International. He returned to China in March 1940 and participated in the work of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee. In June, he was appointed Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee. In August, he served as a member of the enemy area working committee. In September, he was responsible for leading the work in the Shaanxi-Gansu-Ningxia Border Region. In December he chaired the Central Policy Committee.
In June 1941, he served as a member of the Central Finance and Economic Committee. In July, he was appointed Secretary General of the Central Committee. In August, he served as the Deputy Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation and Research, the Director of the Central Party Affairs Research Office and the leader of the Base Group. In September 1941, he was officially notified as the Secretary-General of the CPC Central Committee, responsible for the executive work of the CPC Central Committee, and in charge of the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee, the Northwest Bureau, and the Youth Workers. He became one of the core leading members of the Party Central Committee. In February 1942, he was responsible for the organization and guidance of the Central Party School. In April, he was responsible for leading the rectification campaign of the General Academic Committee of the Shaanxi-Gansu-Ningxia Border Region, and was responsible for reducing the committee.
In March 1943, he served as the secretary of the Central Secretariat and a member of the Central Organization Committee. In May 1944, he was the convener of the Preparatory Committee for the Resolution of Historical Issues of the Party, and presided over the drafting of a Resolution on Certain Historical Issues. On April 23, 1945, he served as the Standing Committee member of the Presidium of the Communist Party of China and Secretary-General of the General Assembly, and presided over the opening ceremony. In June, he served as a member of the 7th CPC Central Committee, a member of the Political Bureau, a secretary of the Central Secretariat, and a secretary general of the Central Committee. He was found to be seriously ill in late November and was recuperated for a period of time.
Work resumed in January 1946. In March 1947, he served as commander of the Central Detachment and moved to northern Shaanxi. From mid-November to December 7, Qianjiahe was cured. On April 23, 1948, he arrived at Xibaipo Village, Pingshan County, Hebei. He helped Mao Zedong command the three major battles of Liaoshen, Huaihai, and Pingjin in autumn and winter.
On February 18, 1949, he served as the chairman of the Preparatory Committee of the China New Democratic Youth League. Arrive in Peiping on March 25. On April 12th, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China made a political report to the First National Congress of the New Democratic Youth League and served as the honorary chairman of the Central Committee of the Youth League. In November of the same year, he went to the Soviet Union for medical treatment. Returned in May 1950. He died in Beijing on October 27 of the same year.
His main works are included in the Selected Works of Ren Bishi.
Yang Shangkun (October 1949 to November 1965)
Yang Shangkun, born May 25, 1907, was born in Taonan, Sichuan. Joined the Chinese Communist Youth League in 1925. He transferred to the Communist Party of China in 1926. He studied at Shanghai University in the summer of the same year, and went to Sun Yat-sen University in Moscow, the Soviet Union at the end of the year. After returning to China in 1931, he served as the head of the Propaganda Department of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions, the secretary of the Communist Party of China, the director of the Propaganda Department of the CPC Jiangsu Provincial Committee, and the director of the Propaganda Department of the CPC Central Committee.
In January 1933, he went to the Central Revolutionary Base and successively served as the deputy principal of the Party School of the Central Bureau of the Communist Party of China, the director of the Political Department of the First Army of the Chinese Workers and Peasants Red Army, the deputy director of the General Political Department of the Central Revolutionary Military Committee, and a political member of the Third Army. In 1934, he was elected as an alternate member of the 6th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, and an executive member of the Central Committee of the Chinese Soviet Republic. In the early days of the Long March, he and the head of the army, Peng Dehuai, commanded the Third Army to cover the central column and follow-up troops crossing the river.
In January 1935, he participated in the enlarged meeting of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China in Zunyi in support of Mao Zedong's claims. Later, he led Peng Dehuai to cross Chishui North, captured Lou Shanguan, and defeated Zunyi City, achieving the first great victory since the Long March. After the First Front Army and the Fourth Front Army merged, he opposed Zhang Guozhen's separatist activities, supported the central government's strategy of moving north toward the anti-Japanese army, and followed the right army to go north. In September of the same year, the First and Third Armies formed the Shaanxi-Gansu detachment, and he served as Deputy Director of the Political Department of the detachment.
After arriving in northern Shaanxi, he served as deputy director of the General Political Department of the Northwest Revolutionary Military Commission, deputy director of the Political Department of the Chinese People ’s Anti-Japanese Vanguard Army Headquarters, director of the Political Department of the Chinese People ’s Anti-Japanese Red Army University, and deputy director of the General Political Department of the Central Revolutionary Military Committee.
After 1937, he served as deputy secretary and secretary of the Northern Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, leading the struggle in the North China Anti-Japanese Base Area. In 1941, he returned to Yan'an and participated in the rectification movement. In 1945, he served as Secretary-General of the Military Commission of the CPC Central Committee and Deputy Leader of the Central Foreign Affairs Group. In the spring of 1947, he concurrently served as the commander of the Central Guard and organized the central and military commission agencies to safely withdraw from Yan'an.
Later he served as Deputy Secretary of the CPC Central Committee Rear Committee, Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee, and Deputy Secretary-General of the Central Committee. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, Yang Shangkun continued to serve as Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee and Deputy Secretary-General of the Central Committee.
Persecuted during the Cultural Revolution.
Since 1978, he has successively served as the Second Secretary of the Guangdong Provincial Party Committee of the Communist Party of China, the Deputy Governor of Guangdong Province, the First Political Commissioner of the Provincial Military Region, and the First Secretary of the Guangzhou Municipal Party Committee of the Communist Party of China.
Since 1981, he has served as the Standing Committee Member and Secretary-General, Deputy Chairman and Secretary-General of the Central Military Commission, and Deputy Chairman of the Central Military Commission of the People's Republic of China.
He has been elected as the Eighth Central Committee Member of the Communist Party of China, an alternate secretary of the Central Secretariat, the Eleventh Central Committee Member (added in 1979), the twelfth and thirteenth Central Committee members, and Politburo members. Former Vice Chairman and Secretary-General of the Fifth NPC Standing Committee. In November 1987, he served as executive vice chairman and secretary general of the Central Military Commission of the Communist Party of China. In April 1988, he was elected President of the People's Republic of China and Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission. In November 1989, he was elected as the First Deputy Chairman of the Central Military Commission. He stepped down in 1993. He died on September 14, 1998.
Wang Dongxing (November 1965 to December 1978)
Wang Dongxing, born in January 1916, is from Puyang, Jiangxi. Joined the group in January 1931. In June 1932, he was transferred to the party. Revolution in July 1929. Junior high school culture. In July 1929, he was appointed head of Hetan Township Children's Regiment, Shuyang Pioneer, secretary of the Communist Youth League branch and deputy secretary of the Communist Youth League District Committee. Joined the Red Army in 1932. He served as a soldier, squad leader, platoon leader, and battalion youth officer in the 1 Battalion of the 84th Regiment of the Red Army. Peng Yang Infantry School. Instructor of the Pengyang Infantry School, instructor of the Central Column Corps, and instructor of the Red Army University Cavalry Brigade.
The Long March in October 1934. In 1935, he served as the instructor of the direct branch of the General Political Department of the Military Commission. In 1936, he served as Secretary of the General Party Branch of Yongping Hospital. In 1937, he served as the political commissar of Yanchang Hospital. During the Anti-Japanese War, he served as the Chief of the Organizational Section of the Eighth Route Army's two extensions (Yanchuan and Yanchang), the Deputy Director and the Chief of the Organizational Section of the Political Department of the Eighth Route Army's Health Department, and the Deputy Director and Political Commissar of the Border District Hospital. Study at the Central Party School and Marxism-Leninism College. Later he served as Political Commissar of the Eighth Route Army Military Hospital, Political Commissar of Bethune International Peace Hospital, Head of Northwest Public Schools, and Section Chief of Culture and Entertainment.
In 1945, he served as deputy director of the third room and director of the second room. In 1947, he served as deputy chief of staff of the three branches of the central government and secretary of the general party branch. In 1948, he served as the Deputy Chief and Chief of the Security Office of the Central Secretariat. In 1949, he served as the Chief of the Security Department of the General Office of the Central Secretariat. In 1950, he served as Deputy Director of the Secretary Office of the State Council, and Deputy Director of the 8th Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security. In 1953, he served as Director of the Security Bureau of the Central Office. In October 1955, he served as Director of the 9th Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security. In December 1955, he served as the Deputy Minister of Public Security and a member of the Party Leadership Group (1956-1958 study at the Central Advanced Party School Research Class). In June 1958, he was appointed member of the Standing Committee of Jiangxi Provincial Party Committee, deputy governor and member of the party group.
From December 1960 to June 1970, he served as Deputy Minister of Public Security. In May 1961, he served as Director of the Security Bureau of the Central Office. From November 1965 to December 1978, he served as the director of the Central Office and the director of the Central Security Bureau, the director of the Security Bureau of the General Staff, the deputy minister of the Ministry of Public Security and a member of the party group. In September 1970, he served as a member of the Central Military Commission's working group.
In February 1975, he was a member of the Standing Committee of the Central Military Commission and a member of the Central Military Commission's working group. In October 1976, he advocated and participated in taking resolute measures against the "gang of four" and conducting quarantine review. From March 1977 to December 1978, he was the director of the Central Document Research Office and the director of the Office of Mao Zedong's Editorial Committee. In August 1977, he was appointed member of the Standing Committee of the Central Military Commission. He resigned in October 1992.
In September 1955, he was awarded the rank of major general, and was awarded the 2nd Order of 81, the 2nd Order of Freedom, and the 1st Order of Liberation. He is the representative of the 3rd and 5th National People's Congress. Alternate Representatives of the 7th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, 8th Representatives of the Communist Party of China, 9th Central Committee Member, Alternate Member of the Central Political Bureau, 10th Central Committee Member, Central Political Bureau Member, 11th Central Committee Member, Central Political Bureau Member, Standing Committee, Vice Chairman -Resigned in February 1980), alternate member of the Central Committee of the 12th session, member of the 12th and 13th PAC.
Yao Yilin (December 1978 to April 1982)
Yao Yilin, born September 6, 1917, Guichi County, Anhui Province, Hong Kong. Formerly Yao Keguang. In 1934, he studied chemistry at Tsinghua University, joined the Chinese National Armed Self-Defense Committee, and participated in the revolution. Joined the party in November. He served as the Secretary-General and Secretary of the Communist Youth League of the Beiping City Federation of Students and participated in leading the "12 · 9" student movement.
In May 1936, Tianjin, served as the director of the Propaganda Department of the Northern Bureau, the editor of the Tianjin party publication "Great Wall", the director of the Propaganda Department of the Tianjin Municipal Party Committee, and the secretary of the Tianjin Municipal Party Committee. After July 1937, he served as Secretary General of the Hebei Provincial Party Committee and Minister of Propaganda. In 1938, he participated in the organization of the Jidong Anti-Japanese Armed Riot. In February 1939, he was appointed Minister of the Propaganda Department of the Party Committee of Jirecha District. In July, he served as Secretary General of the Jinchaji North Branch.
From September 1945 to November 1946, he served as Secretary General of the Central Bureau of Jinchaji. In 1946, he served as deputy director of Jinchaji Finance and Economics Office and director of the Industry Bureau. In May 1948, he was appointed Director of the Industrial and Commercial Department of the North China Joint Administrative Committee. In September, he served as a member of the Party Committee of the North China People's Government and the Minister of Industry and Commerce.
In October 1949, he served as Deputy Minister of Trade and Deputy Secretary of the Party Leadership Group of the State Council. In August 1952, he served as Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Commerce and Deputy Secretary of the Party Group. In December 1955, he was appointed Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Finance and Trade, Deputy Director of the Finance and Trade Office of the State Council and Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Commerce, and Deputy Secretary of the Party Group. In February 1960, he served as Minister of the Ministry of Commerce, Secretary of the Party Group, later member of the Central Finance and Economics Leading Group, Director of the Central Ministry of Finance and Trade Politics, and Deputy Secretary of the State Council Finance and Trade Party Committee.
The Persecution of the Cultural Revolution in 1966 began shortly after. In November 1973, he served as the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade and the Deputy Leader of the Party's Caucus. In March 1977, he served as the leader of the State Council Finance and Trade Leading Group. In August 1978, he served as Minister of the Ministry of Commerce and Secretary of the Party Group. In December, he served as Deputy Secretary-General of the CPC Central Committee and Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee. In March 1979, he was also Secretary-General of the State Council Finance Committee. In July, he served as Deputy Prime Minister of the State Council, Deputy Secretary-General of the CPC Central Committee, Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee, and Secretary-General of the Finance and Economic Committee of the State Council.
In August 1980, he served as Deputy Prime Minister of the State Council, Deputy Secretary-General of the CPC Central Committee, Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee, Director of the State Planning Commission, Secretary of the Party Group, and Deputy Leader of the CPC Central Committee Leading Group on Finance and Economics. In September 1983, he was also the leader of the Central Leading Intelligence Leading Group. In April 1982, he served as Deputy Prime Minister of the State Council, Deputy Secretary-General of the CPC Central Committee, Deputy Leader of the Central Financial Leading Group, Director of the State Planning Commission, and Secretary of the Party Group. In September, he served as Deputy Prime Minister of the State Council, Deputy Leader of the Central Finance and Economics Leading Group, Director of the State Planning Commission, and Secretary of the Party Group. In June 1983, he served as Deputy Premier of the State Council and Deputy Leader of the Central Finance and Economics Leading Group. In June 1987, he served as Deputy Premier of the State Council, Deputy Leader of the Central Finance and Economics Leading Group, Director of the State Planning Commission, and Secretary of the Party Group.
In December 1989, he was appointed Deputy Prime Minister of the State Council and Deputy Leader of the Central Finance and Economics Leading Group. He resigned in March 1993. In May 1993, he was appointed Honorary President of the Chinese Society of Administrative Management. 1st National People's Congress. Member of the Standing Committee of the CPPCC National Committee, 4 members. The 8th (2) and 10th Central Committee alternate members, the 11th Central Committee member, (3rd Central) secretary of the Central Secretariat, the 12th Central Committee member, alternate member of the Central Political Bureau, secretary of the Central Secretariat, (5th) member of the Central Political Bureau , Member of the 13th Central Committee, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee, and member of the Standing Committee. He died in Beijing on December 11, 1994, at the age of 77.
Hu Qili (April 1982 to June 1983)
Hu Qili, born in October 1929, was born in Yulin, Shaanxi Province. Joined the China Youth Democratic League in 1947, joined the Communist Party of China in April 1948 and joined the work. He graduated from the mechanical department of Peking University with a college degree. From 1946 to 1951, he studied at the Department of Physics and the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Peking University. Former Chairman of the Student Union of Peking University School of Engineering and Chairman of the Student Union of Peking University. He graduated from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Peking University in 1951. From 1951 to 1956, he was an executive member and secretary of the Youth League Committee of the Peking University Committee of the Communist Party of China. From 1956 to 1966, he was the chairman of the National Student Union, the secretary and vice-chairman of the Secretariat of the International Student Union (ISU) in Prague, Czech Republic, and the alternate secretary of the Central Secretariat of the Communist Youth League.
Liberated from 1966 to September 1971. Persecuted during the "Cultural Revolution", decentralized "May 7th" cadre labor. Liberated in September 1971. From 1972 to 1977, he served as Deputy Secretary of the Xiji County Party Committee of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region of the Communist Party of China, Deputy Secretary of Guyuan Local Committee of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, and Director of the General Office of the Party Committee of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. From 1977 to December 1978, he was Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee and Vice President of Tsinghua University.
From December 1978 to May 1979, he served as the secretary of the Central Secretariat of the Communist Youth League. From May 1979 to June 1980, he served as the secretary of the Central Secretariat of the Communist Youth League. He was the chairman of the National Youth Federation, during which he was elected as the fifth session of the CPPCC in March 1978. Standing member of the National Committee.
From June 1980 to April 1982, he served as Secretary of the CPC Tianjin Municipal Committee and Mayor of Tianjin.
From April 1982 to September 1987, he was Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee (until June 1983), Secretary of the CPC Central Committee Secretariat (from June 1983), and Member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee (from September 1985) (during which : Since October 1983, he has also served as Deputy Director of the Steering Committee of the CPC Central Committee. From September 1987 to June 1989, he was a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, a member of the Standing Committee, and the secretary of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee.
From June 1989 to June 1991, he served as the 13th CPC Central Committee member.
From June 1991 to March 1993, he served as Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Machinery and Electronics Industry and a member of the party group. From March 1993 to 1997, he served as Minister of the Electronics Industry and Secretary of the Party Group. From 1997 to March 1998 he was Minister of the Electronics Industry.
In March 1998, he was elected as the vice chairman of the ninth CPPCC National Committee at a meeting of the Ninth CPPCC National Committee, and from the same month he became a member of the party group of the Ninth CPPCC National Committee.
Since December 2000, he has been chairman of the Soong Ching Ling Foundation and chairman of the Executive Committee of the China Welfare Association. Member of the twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, member of the twelfth (co-opted at the Fifth Plenary Session of the Twelfth Central Committee), and member of the thirteenth Central Political Bureau (June 1989 Dismissed from the Fourth Plenary Session), Member of the 13th Central Political Bureau Standing Committee (dismissed from the 13th Plenary Session of the 13th CPC Central Committee in June 1989), Secretary of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Central Committee Secretariat (1989 He was removed from office at the Fourth Plenary Session of the 13th CPC Central Committee in June.) Representatives of the 15th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, representatives of the 3rd and 5th National People's Congress, and members of the 5th CPPCC National Committee.
Qiao Shi (June 1983 to April 1984)
Qiao Shi, born in December 1924 in Dinghai, Zhejiang, was born in Shanghai. Joined the party in August 1940. University culture. Formerly known as Jiang Zhitong. In 1940, he served as a member and secretary of the Underground Party Branch of the Guanghua Affiliated Middle School of Shanghai Nanfang Middle School. He was also a member of the District Committee of the Shanghai Underground Party Middle School (during his studies in the Department of Literature of East China United University and the Huanan South China Central Bureau Urban Engineering Training Course). In 1945, he served as the organization committee member of the Shanghai Underground Party School Committee Middle School District Committee, the deputy secretary and organization member of the Middle School Subcommittee, the Secretary of the Underground Party Branch of Shanghai Tongji University, the general transportation of the Shanghai Underground Party School Committee, and the deputy secretary of the Shanghai Underground Party New Urban Party Committee Secretary of Shanghai North District School Committee.
In 1949, he served as the Minister of the Propaganda Department, the Organization Department of the Hangzhou Youth Party Committee, the Secretary of the Youth Department of the Municipal Party Committee, and the Deputy Minister of the United Front Work Department of the Youth Committee of the East China Bureau.
In 1954, he served as Deputy Director and Director of Engineering Technology Division of Anshan Iron and Steel Construction Company, Dean of Design Institute and Dean of Iron and Steel Research Institute of Saquan Iron and Steel Company, and Secretary of Party Committee of Shaanxi Engineering Management Office of Saquan Iron and Steel Company. In 1962, he studied in the theoretical class of the Central Advanced Party School.
In 1963, he was a researcher, deputy director and director of the Central Department of External Liaison. In January 1978, he was appointed Deputy Minister of the Central Department of External Liaison. In April 1982, he was appointed Minister of the Central Department of External Liaison.
In June 1983, he was appointed Director of the Central Office. In April 1984, he was appointed Minister of the Central Organization Department. In July 1985, he served as Secretary of the Central Political and Legal Committee (February 1986-December 1987 and Director of the Central Security Committee). In April 1986, he served as Vice Premier of the State Council and Secretary of the Central Political and Legal Committee.
In September 1987, he served as Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, Secretary of the Central Committee of Political Science and Law, and President of the Central Party School.
In 1991, he was also the director of the Central Social Security Comprehensive Management Committee. In May 1988, he served as the secretary of the Central Discipline Inspection Commission, the principal of the Central Party School, and the director of the Central Social Security Comprehensive Management Committee. In March 1990, he served as Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, Secretary of the Central Committee of Political Science and Law, Principal of the Central Party School, and Director of the Central Social Security Comprehensive Management Committee.
In October 1992, he served as the principal of the Central Party School. In March 1993, he served as Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, Party Secretary, and President of the Central Party School. In August 1993, he served as Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress and Secretary of the Party Group. He resigned on March 16, 1998.
In April 1996, he was awarded the title of Honorary Citizen by the City of Havana, Cuba. In April 1996, he was awarded an honorary doctorate degree in law by the University of Regina, Canada. Member of the 12th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, alternate secretary of the Central Secretariat, (5th) member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee, secretary of the Central Secretariat, member of the 13th Central Committee, member of the Political Bureau, standing committee, secretary of the Central Secretariat, member of the 14th Central Committee, central Board member and standing committee member.
Wang Zhaoguo (April 1984 to April 1986)
Wang Zhaoguo, born in July 1941, was born in Fengrun, Hebei. Joined the Chinese Communist Party in December 1965. He joined the work in September 1966. He graduated from the Department of Power Machinery, Harbin Institute of Technology, with a bachelor's degree, and an engineer. He is currently a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee, vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the Eleventh National People's Congress, deputy secretary of the party group, and chairman of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions.
From 1961 to 1966, he studied turbine engineering in Harbin Institute of Technology. From 1966 to 1968, he stayed in school for assignment. From 1968 to 1974, the technician of the Axle Factory of the Second Automobile Manufacturer, the Deputy Secretary of the Youth League Committee of the Axle Factory, and the Secretary of the Youth League Committee of the Second Automobile Manufacturer. From 1974 to 1979, he was a member of the Standing Committee of the Party Committee of the Second Automobile Manufacturer, the Deputy Director of the Political Department of the Factory and the First Secretary of the Party Committee of the Car Box Factory. From 1979 to 1982, he was the deputy director and party secretary of the Second Automobile Factory.
From 1982 to 1984, he was the first secretary of the Central Secretariat of the Communist Youth League and the principal of the Central Youth League. Director of the Central Office from 1984 to 1985. From 1985 to 1986, Secretary of the Central Secretariat and Director of the General Office of the Central Committee, and Secretary of the Party Committee of the organs directly under the Central Committee.
From 1986 to 1987, he was secretary of the Central Secretariat and secretary of the Party Committee of the organs directly under the central government. From 1987 to 1990, deputy secretary, deputy governor, acting governor and governor of Fujian Provincial Party Committee. Director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council from 1990 to 1991.
From 1991 to 1992, he was the director of the Central Taiwan Work Office and the director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council. From 1992 to 1993, he was Minister of the United Front Work Department of the Central Committee, Director of the Central Taiwan Work Office and Director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council.
From 1993 to 1996, he was the vice chairman of the CPPCC National Committee, a member of the party group, the minister of the Central United Front Work Department, the director of the Central Taiwan Work Office, and the director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council. From 1996 to 2002, he was the vice chairman of the CPPCC National Committee, a member of the party group, and the minister of the Central United Front Work Department (no longer serving as a post in December 2002).
Member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee in 2002, vice chairman of the CPPCC National Committee, member of the party group, and chairman of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions (December 2002). In March 2003 and March 2008, he was elected Vice Chairman of the Tenth and Eleventh National People's Congress Standing Committee. In September 2003, he was elected Chairman of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions. Member of the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, secretary of the twelfth Central Secretariat, and member of the sixteenth Central Political Bureau. Member of the Standing Committee of the Sixth National People's Congress. Vice Chairman of the Eighth and Ninth CPPCC National Committee.
Wen Jiabao (April 1986 to March 1993)
Wen Jiabao, born in September 1942, is from Tianjin. Joined the Communist Party of China in April 1965. Joined the work in September 1967. Graduated from Beijing Institute of Geology in Geological Structure, graduate degree. engineer. In 1960, he majored in geological surveying and prospecting in the Department of Geology and Mineral Resources, Beijing Institute of Geology. In 1965, he was a graduate student in geological structure of Beijing Institute of Geology. In 1968, he served as a technician, political officer, and head of the political department of the Geomechanics Team of the Geological Bureau of Gansu Province. In 1978, he served as the Standing Committee Member and Deputy Captain of the Party Committee of the Geomechanics Team of the Geological Bureau of Gansu Province. In 1979 he served as Deputy Director and Engineer of the Geological Bureau of Gansu Province. In 1981, he served as Deputy Director of the Geological Bureau of Gansu Province.
In 1982, he served as the director of the Policy and Law Research Office of the Ministry of Geology and Mineral Resources and a member of the party group. In 1983, he served as Deputy Minister of Geology and Mineral Resources, a member of the party group, deputy secretary of the party group, and director of the political department. In 1985, he served as Deputy Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee. In 1986, he was appointed Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee. In 1987, he served as alternate secretary of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee and director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee, and secretary of the Work Committee of the organs directly under the CPC Central Committee. In 1992, he was an alternate member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, secretary of the CPC Central Committee Secretariat, director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee, and secretary of the Work Committee of the organs directly under the CPC Central Committee. In 1993 he was an alternate member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and secretary of the CPC Central Committee Secretariat.
In 1997 he was a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and secretary of the CPC Central Committee Secretariat. In 1998, he served as a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, secretary of the CPC Central Committee Secretariat, deputy prime minister of the State Council, member of the party group, and secretary of the CPC Central Committee's Financial Work Committee. In 2002, he was a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, a deputy prime minister of the State Council and a member of the party group.
In March 2003, he was appointed member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, Premier of the State Council, and Party Secretary. Eleventh National People's Congress. The 13th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, alternate secretary of the Central Secretariat, the 14th Central Committee, alternate members of the Central Political Bureau, secretary of the Central Secretariat, 15th Central Committee, members of the Central Political Bureau, secretary of the Central Secretariat, Member of the 16th and 17th Central Committee, member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee and member of the Standing Committee.
Zeng Qinghong (March 1993 to March 1999)
Zeng Qinghong, male, Han nationality, born in July 1939, Ji'an, Jiangxi, joined the Communist Party of China in April 1960, joined the work in July 1963, graduated from the Automatic Control Department of Beijing Institute of Technology, college degree, engineer.
From 1958 to 1963, he studied in the Department of Automatic Control, Beijing Institute of Technology. From 1963 to 1965, technicians of the 743 troops of the PLA. From 1965 to 1969, the technicians of the sixth department of the second department of the second department of the Seven Machines Department. From 1969 to 1970, he was decentralized to the Chikan Base of Guangzhou Army and the West Lake Production Base of Hunan. From 1970 to 1973, he was a technician in the Second Department of the Second Academy of the Seven Machines Department. From 1973 to 1979, he was a technician in the Production Department and Science and Technology Department of Beijing Municipal Defense Industry Office. Secretary of the General Office of the State Planning Commission from 1979 to 1981. From 1981 to 1982, Deputy Director of the General Office of the State Energy Commission. From 1982 to 1983, the Liaison Department of the Foreign Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Petroleum worked. From 1983 to 1984, Deputy Manager of the Liaison Department of CNOOC, Deputy Director of the Foreign Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Petroleum, and Secretary of the Party Committee of South Yellow Sea Petroleum Company. From 1984 to 1986, he was the Deputy Minister and Minister of the Organization Department of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee, the Standing Committee of the Municipal Party Committee, and the Secretary-General of the Municipal Party Committee. Deputy Secretary of the Shanghai Municipal Committee from 1986 to 1989. Deputy Director of the Central Office from 1989 to 1993. From 1993 to 1997, he was the director of the Central General Office and the secretary of the Work Committee of the organs directly under the central government. From 1997 to 1999, he was an alternate member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, the secretary of the Central Secretariat, the director of the Central Office, and the secretary of the Working Committee of the central government-affiliated organs. From 1999 to 2002, he was an alternate member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee, secretary of the Central Secretariat, and director of the Central Organization Department. From 2002 to 2007, he was a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, the secretary of the Central Secretariat, and the principal of the Central Party School (December 2002 to December 2007). Elected Vice President of the People's Republic of China at the First Session of the Tenth National People's Congress in March 2003. Member of the 15th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, alternate member of the Central Political Bureau, secretary of the Central Secretariat, member of the 16th Central Committee, member of the Central Political Bureau, standing member, and secretary of the Central Secretariat.
Wang Gang (March 1999 to September 2007)
Wang Gang, born in October 1942, is in Jilin, Fuyu. Joined the Communist Party of China in June 1971. He joined the work in September 1967. He graduated from the Philosophy Department of Jilin University with a bachelor's degree in philosophy. He is currently a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and the secretary of the Work Committee of the organs directly under the Central Government. From 1962 to 1967, he studied philosophy at the Department of Philosophy of Jilin University. He stayed on campus for assignment from 1967 to 1968. He was the director of the Propaganda Section of the 7th Bureau of the Construction and Construction Department from 1968 to 1969. , Secretary of the General Office of the Party Committee of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region from 1977 to 1981, Secretary of the Central Office of the Taiwan Affairs Office from 1981 to 1985, Deputy Director of the Letters and Calls Bureau of the Central Office from 1985 to 1986, and Letters and Visits of the Central Office and the General Office of the State Council Deputy Director of the Bureau, Executive Deputy Director and Secretary of the Party Committee of the Central General Office and the Letters and Calls Bureau of the General Office of the State Council from 1987 to 1990, Executive Deputy Director of the Central Archives and Secretary of the Party Committee of the Institution from 1993 to 1994, Director of the Central Archives from 1993 to 1994, Director of the National Archives, Deputy Director of the Central Office of the People's Republic of China from 1994 to 1999, Director of the Central Archives, Director of the National Archives, Director of the Central Office of the People's Republic of China from 1999 to 2002, Secretary of the Working Committee of the Central Government-affiliated Office, and alternate of the Central Political Bureau from 2002 to 2007 Member, Secretary of the Central Secretariat, Director of the Central General Office, Secretary of the Work Committee of the Central Government Directly Organized, Member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the CPC, October 2007 Party secretary. The 15th Central Committee alternate member, the 16th and 17th Central Committee members, the 16th Central Political Bureau alternate member, the secretary of the Central Secretariat, and the 17th Central Political Bureau member.
Order Plan (September 2007 to September 2012)
Ling plan, born in October 1956, Shanxi Pinglu. Joined the Communist Party of China in June 1976. Joined the work in December 1973. Graduated from Hunan University in Business Administration. Part-time graduate degree. Master's degree. In December 1973, he was an intellectual youth in Pinglu County, Shanxi Province, and a worker in a county printing plant. In June 1975, he served as the cadre and deputy secretary of the Pinglu County Party Committee of the Communist Youth League. In December 1978, he was a cadre of the Yuncheng Local Committee of the CPC Shanxi Province. In August 1979, he was a cadre of the Central Propaganda Department of the Communist Youth League (December 1982-August 1983, seconded to the General Office of the Hebei Provincial Party Committee). From August 1983 to July 1985, he studied in politics and education at China Youth University for Political Sciences. In July 1985, he served as the Deputy Director of the Theory Department of the Communist Youth League Central Propaganda Department. In June 1988, he served as the director of the Central Secretariat of the Communist Youth League. In June 1990, he served as Deputy Director of the Central Office of the Communist Youth League and editor-in-chief of the Chinese Communist Youth League. In June 1994, he was appointed Minister of Propaganda Department of the Communist Youth League Central Committee. In December 1995, he was in charge of the 3rd team of the Research Office of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee. In February 1996, he served as the leader of the three groups of the Research Office of the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (September 1994-September 1996, studying in the in-service graduate class of Hunan University of Business Administration, and obtained a master degree).
In November 1997, he was appointed Deputy Director of the Research Office of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee. In June 1998, he was appointed Director of the Research Office of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee. In December 1999, he was appointed Deputy Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee and Director of the Research Office. In August 2000, he served as Deputy Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee, Director of the Research Office, and Deputy Director of the Office of the Central Organization Establishment Committee.
In 2003, he served as Deputy Director of the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (in charge of executive work, at the ministerial level) and Deputy Director of the Office of the Central Organization Establishment Committee. In September 2007, he was appointed Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee and Deputy Director of the Office of the Central Organization Establishment Committee.
In October 2007, he served as Secretary of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee, Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee, and Deputy Director of the Office of the Central Organization Establishment Committee. Alternate member of the 16th CPC Central Committee, member of the 17th CPC Central Committee, and secretary of the Central Secretariat.
Li Zhanshu (September 2012 to present)
Li Zhanshu, male, Han nationality, born in August 1950, Pingshan, Hebei, joined the Communist Party of China in April 1975, joined the work in December 1972, graduated from the Department of Politics and Education of Hebei University Normal University, and graduated from the Finance and Trade Department of the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Graduated in economics, graduate degree, senior MBA. He is currently the director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee.
1971.11-1972.12 Shijiazhuang Finance and Trade School in Hebei Province
1972.12-1976.02 Shijiazhuang District Commercial Bureau Office Officer and Deputy Director of Hebei Province;
1976.02-1983.07 Shijiazhuang Prefecture Committee of Hebei Province, Data Section Officer and Section Chief (during 1980.10—1983.07, studying at the Department of Politics and Education, Night University, Hebei Normal University);
1983.07-1985.10 Acting Secretary and Secretary of Wuji County Committee of Hebei Province;
1985.10-1986.04 Deputy Secretary and Commissioner of Shijiazhuang Prefecture Committee of Hebei Province;
1986.04-1990.11 Secretary of the Communist Youth League of Hebei Province (during the period: 1988.02 to 1988.08, he studied at the Party Building Theory Training Class of the Central Party School);
1990.11-1993.04 Deputy Secretary of Chengde Prefecture Committee of Hebei Province, Commissioner
1993.04-1997.12 Member of the Standing Committee of Hebei Provincial Party Committee and Secretary-General of the Provincial Party Committee (1992.08-1994.12 studied economics at the Correspondence School of the Central Party School);
1997.12-1998.07 Member of the Standing Committee of Hebei Provincial Party Committee and Deputy Leader of the Leading Group for Rural Work;
1998.07-2000.12 Shaanxi Provincial Party Committee Standing Committee, Deputy Leader of the Rural Work Leading Group, and Director of the Office (1996.12-1998.11 studied in the on-the-job master's degree course of Business Economics, Department of Finance and Trade, Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences);
2000.12-2002.01 Shaanxi Provincial Party Committee Standing Committee Member and Minister of Organization Department;
2002.01-2002.04 Member of the Standing Committee of Shaanxi Provincial Party Committee and Secretary of Xi'an Municipal Committee;
2002.04-2002.05 Member of the Standing Committee of Shaanxi Provincial Party Committee, Secretary of the Xi'an Municipal Party Committee, and Director of the Standing Committee of the Municipal People's Congress;
2002.05-2003.12 Deputy Secretary of Shaanxi Provincial Party Committee, Secretary of Xi'an Municipal Party Committee and Director of Standing Committee of Municipal People's Congress;
2003.12-2004.10 Deputy Secretary of Heilongjiang Provincial Party Committee;
2004.10-2006.05 Deputy Secretary of Heilongjiang Provincial Party Committee, Deputy Governor and Deputy Secretary of the Party Group of the Provincial Government;
2006.05-2007.12 Heilongjiang Provincial Party Committee Deputy Secretary, Deputy Governor, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Government Party Leadership Group, Dean of the Provincial School of Administration
2007.12-2008.01 Deputy Secretary of Heilongjiang Provincial Party Committee, Deputy Governor, Acting Governor, Secretary of Party Group of the Provincial Government, Dean of the Provincial School of Administration;
2008.01-2010.08 Deputy Secretary of the Heilongjiang Provincial Party Committee, Governor, Secretary of the Party Committee of the Provincial Government, and Dean of the Provincial School of Administration;
2010.08-2012.07 Guizhou Provincial Party Committee Member, Standing Committee Member and Secretary;
Alternate member of the 16th and 17th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, and representative of the 11th National People's Congress. On September 28, 2010, he was elected as an alternate member of the 16th and 17th Central Committee of the Standing Committee of the Guizhou Provincial People's Congress;
In July 2012, Comrade Li Zhanshu ceased to hold the posts of Secretary, Standing Committee and Member of the Guizhou Provincial Party Committee;
2012.07——2012.08 Executive Deputy Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee;
On September 1, 2012, Comrade Li Zhanshu was appointed Director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee.
Successive deputy directors of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee
曾三(1955年2月至1966年5月,1979年6月-)
邓典桃(1955年2月至1966年5月,1977年6月至1980年7月)
李颉伯(1957年2月至1962年)
龚子荣(1958年9月至1966年5月)
田家英(1961年7月至1966年)
李质忠(1965年11月至1966年5月)
童小鹏(1966年6月至1967年1月)
杨青(1966年7月至1967年1月)
王良恩(1966年至1973年)
张耀词(1969年11月至1979年1月)
李鑫(1976年11月至1980年)
冯文彬(第一,1978年12月至1979年1月)
邓力群(1979年1月至1982年4月)
李质忠(1979年1月至1983年)兼中央办公厅机要局局长
高登榜(1979年1月至1995年8月)兼中央办公厅秘书局局长
杨德中(1980年9月至1982年11月;第一,1982年11至1998年7月)
康一民(1980年9月至1986年)
王瑞林(1983年2月至1997年10月)
周杰(1985至1987年)
冯岭安(1985年至?)
温家宝(1985年至1986年4月)
张岳琦(1987年至1993年1月)
徐瑞新(1987年至1995年08月)兼中央办公厅秘书局局长
曾庆红(1989年至1993年3月)
陈福今(1993年5月至1999年12月)
胡光宝(1993年7月至?)
王刚(1994年8月至1999年3月)
姜异康(1995年7月至2002年10月)
由喜贵(1997年10月至今)
白克明(2000年3月至2001年8月)
令计划(1999年12月至2007年9月)
樊士晋(2003年1月至今)
毛林坤(2003年10月至2007年2月)
张建平(2007年2月至今)
赵胜轩(2007年2月至今)

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