Jia Chunwang was elected procurator-general of China's Supreme People's Procuratorate Sunday morning at the on-going session of the 10th National People's Congress.
Before the election, Jia served as minister of state security in 1985-1998, minister of public security in 1998-2002, and deputy procurator-general since December 2002.
Profile of Jia Chunwang
Male, of Han nationality, born in May 1938, native of Beijing; joined the Communist Party of China (CPC) in September 1962; started to work in August 1964; graduated from the Engineering Physics Department of Qinghua University in 1964; top-grade chief procurator.
Studied in the Engineering Physics Department of Qinghua University, majoring in experimental nuclear physics in 1958-1964; teacher of the Department and concurrently division deputy chief of the CYLC (Communist Youth League of China) Committee of Qinghua in 1964-1966; sent to grassroots units for manual labor in 1966-1972 during the "Cultural Revolution"; teacher, office director, political division deputy director and Standing Committee member of the Department's CPC Committee in 1972-1978; head of the Students' Work Department of Qinghua; secretary of Qinghua's CYLC Committee; Standing Committee member of Qinghua's CPC Committee in 1978-1982.
Standing Committee member of the CPC Beijing Municipal Committee and concurrently first deputy secretary, secretary of the CYLC Beijing Municipal Committee in 1982-1983; Standing Committee member of the CPC Beijing Municipal Committee and concurrently secretary of the CPC Haidian District Committee in 1983-1984; deputy secretary of the CPC Beijing Municipal Committeeand concurrently secretary of the CPC Beijing Municipal Commissionfor Discipline Inspection in 1984-1985.
Minister of State Security, secretary of the ministry's Leading Party Members' Group and secretary of the ministry's CPC Committeein 1985-1998; Minister of Public Security, secretary of the ministry's CPC Committee, first political commissar and first secretary of the CPC Committee of the Chinese People's Armed Police Force in 1998-2002.
Secretary of the Leading Party Members' Group, deputy procurator-general and member of the Procuratorial Committee of the Supreme People's Procuratorate since 2002.