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Non-communist parties elect new leaderships


14:16, December 22, 2012

BEIJING, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) -- With the conclusion of the China Association for Promoting Democracy's (CAPD's) national congress on Friday, the country's eight non-communist parties have all elected their new party leaderships.

Since Nov. 30, the eight parties successively held the five-yearly national congresses, with the election of a new central committee -- the party leadership -- in each case.

Yan Junqi was re-elected chairwoman of the CAPD central committee during the party's 11th national congress, the party announced on Friday.

Yan hails from east China's Jiangsu Province and holds a doctoral degree in engineering. She worked as a professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University before going on to become deputy mayor of Shanghai.

The 66-year-old joined the CAPD in 1998 and began serving as chairwoman of the association in December 2007.

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