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Politics of Shanxi

The politics of Shanxi Province in the People's Republic of China is structured in a dual party-government system like all other governing institutions in mainland China.

The Governor of Shanxi (山西省省长) is the highest-ranking official in the People's Government of Shanxi. However, in the province's dual party-government governing system, the Governor has less power than the Shanxi Communist Party of China Provincial Committee Secretary (山西省委书记), colloquially termed the "Shanxi CPC Party Chief".

Contents

  • List of Shanxi CPC Party Secretaries 1
  • List of Governors of Shanxi 2
  • List of Chairmen of Shanxi People's Congress 3
  • List of Chairmen of CPPCC Shanxi Committee 4

List of Shanxi CPC Party Secretaries

Secretaries of the CPC Shanxi Committee:

  1. Cheng Zihua (程子华): 1949–1950
  2. Lai Ruoyu (赖若愚): 1950–1952
  3. Xie Xuegong (解学恭): 1952 (acting)
  4. Gao Kelin (高克林): 1952
  5. Tao Lujia (陶鲁笳): 1952.12–1965
  6. Wei Heng (卫恒): 1965–1967
  7. Liu Geping (刘格平): 1967–1971
  8. Xie Zhenhua (谢振华): 1971–1975
  9. Wang Qian (王谦): 1975–1980
  10. Huo Shilian (霍士廉): 1980–1983
  11. Li Ligong (李立功): 1983–1991
  12. Wang Maolin (王茂林): 1991–1993
  13. Hu Fuguo (胡富国): 1993–1999
  14. Tian Chengping (田成平): 1999–2005
  15. Zhang Baoshun (张宝顺): 2005–2010
  16. Yuan Chunqing: 2010–2014
  17. Wang Rulin: 2014 – incumbent

List of Governors of Shanxi

  1. Cheng Zihua (程子华): 1949–1951
  2. Pei Lisheng (裴丽生): 1950–1951
  3. Lai Ruoyu (赖若愚): 1951–1952
  4. Pei Lisheng (裴丽生): 1952–1956
  5. Wang Shiying (王世英): 1956–1958
  6. Wei Heng (卫恒): 1958–1965
  7. Wang Qian (王谦): 1965–1967
  8. Liu Geping (刘格平): 1967–1971
  9. Xie Zhenhua (谢振华): 1971–1975
  10. Wang Qian (王谦): 1975–1979
  11. Luo Guibo (罗贵波): 1979–1983
  12. Wang Senhao (王森浩): 1983–1992
  13. Hu Fuguo (胡富国): 1992–1993
  14. Sun Wensheng (孙文盛): 1993–1999
  15. Liu Zhenhua (刘振华): 1999–2004
  16. Zhang Baoshun (张宝顺): 2004–2005
  17. Yu Youjun (于幼军): 2005–2007
  18. Meng Xuenong (孟学农): 2007.09–2008.09
  19. Wang Jun (王君): 2008.09–2012.12
  20. Li Xiaopeng (李小鹏): 2012.12 – incumbent

List of Chairmen of Shanxi People's Congress

  1. Ruan Posheng (阮泊生): 1979–1988
  2. Wang Tingdong (王庭栋): 1988–1993
  3. Lu Gongxun (卢功勋): 1993–2003
  4. Tian Chengping (田成平): 2003–2005
  5. Zhang Baoshun (张宝顺): 2006–2010
  6. Yuan Chunqing: 2010–incumbent

List of Chairmen of CPPCC Shanxi Committee

  1. Tao Lujia (陶鲁笳): 1955–1965
  2. Wei Heng (卫恒): 1965–1967
  3. Wang Qian (王谦): 1977–1979
  4. Zheng Lin (郑林): 1979–1983
  5. Wu Guangtang (武光汤): 1983–1985
  6. Li Xiuren (李修仁): 1985–1993
  7. Wang Maolin (王茂林): 1993
  8. Hu Fuguo (胡富国): 1994–1995
  9. Guo Yuhuai (郭裕怀): 1995–2000
  10. Tian Chengping (田成平): 2000–2001
  11. Zheng Shekui (郑社奎): 2001–2003
  12. Liu Zemin (刘泽民): 2003–2008
  13. Jin Yinhuan (金银焕): 2008 (died in office)
  14. Xue Yanzhong (薛延忠): 2009–
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