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Han Qide re-elected Jiu San Society chairman


08:42, December 05, 2012

BEIJING, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) -- Han Qide was re-elected chairman of the Central Committee of the Jiu San Society, one of China's eight non-Communist political parties, here on Tuesday.

The 10th national congress of the Jiu San Society, which concluded in Beijing on Tuesday, elected its 13th Central Committee composed of 240 members.

In addition to Han's re-election, Shao Hong, Xie Xiaojun, Zhang Taolin, Lai Ming, Ma Dalong, Cong Bin, Zhao Wen, Lu Ke, Wu Weihua and Yin Hong were elected vice chairpersons.

At the closing ceremony of the congress, Han told members of the Jiu San Society to enhance their confidence in the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics.

Han called for pooling the wisdom and strength of members of the Jiu San Society to promote and serve the country's scientific development and help to achieve its goal of completing the building of a moderately prosperous society in all respects.

Born in 1945, Han is a native of east China's Zhejiang Province and joined the Jiu San Society in 1995. He got his master's degree at Xi'an Medical College. He is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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