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Li Changchun -- Politburo Standing Committee member of CPC Central Committee
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The following is the biographical sketch of Li Changchun:


Li Changchun, male, ethnic Han, native of Dalian, Liaoning Province, born in February 1944. Joined the CPC in September 1965 and began working in September 1966. Graduated from the Department of Electric Machinery of Harbin Institute of Technology, majoring in industrial enterprise automation. With a university education. Engineer.


Member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee.


1961-1966 Student majoring in industrial enterprise automation of the Department of Electric Machinery of Harbin Institute of Technology


1966-1968 Stayed at Harbin Institute of Technology awaiting job assignment


1968-1975 Technician of Shenyang Switchgear Plant in Liaoning Province


1975-1980 Vice chairman of the Revolutionary Committee of Shenyang Electrical Equipment Company in Liaoning Province, member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Committee of the company, and deputy manager and manager of Shenyang Electrical Control Equipment Company and deputy secretary of the company's CPC Committee


1980-1981 Deputy director of Shenyang Bureau of Mechanical and Electrical Industry and deputy secretary of the bureau's CPC Committee


1981-1982 Deputy secretary general of the Shenyang Municipal Committee of the CPC in Liaoning Province


1982-1983 Vice mayor of Shenyang, Liaoning Province and chairman of the Shenyang Municipal Economic Committee


1983-1985 Secretary of the Shenyang Municipal Committee of the CPC in Liaoning Province and mayor of Shenyang


1985-1986 Deputy secretary of the CPC Liaoning Provincial Committee and secretary of the CPC Shenyang Municipal Committee


1986-1987 Deputy secretary of the CPC Liaoning Provincial Committee and acting governor of Liaoning Province


1987-1990 Deputy secretary of the CPC Liaoning Provincial Committee and governor of Liaoning Province


1990-1991 Deputy secretary of the CPC Henan Provincial Committee and acting governor of Henan Province


1991-1992 Deputy secretary of the CPC Henan Provincial Committee and governor of Henan Province


1992-1993 Secretary of the CPC Henan Provincial Committee


1993-1997 Secretary of the CPC Henan Provincial Committee and chairman of the Standing Committee of the Henan Provincial People's Congress


1997-1998 Member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, secretary of the CPC Henan Provincial Committee and chairman of the Standing Committee of the Henan Provincial People's Congress


1998-2002 Member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and secretary of the CPC Guangdong Provincial Committee


2002- Member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee


Alternate member of the Twelfth CPC Central Committee and member of the Thirteenth through Seventeenth CPC Central Committees. Member of the Political Bureau of the Fifteenth CPC Central Committee. Member and Standing Committee member of the Political Bureaus of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth CPC Central Committees.


 

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