Duan Junyi

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Duan Junyi
Minister of Railways of the PRC
In office
1976–1978
Preceded by Wan Li
Succeeded by Guo Weicheng
Personal details
Born (1910-03-13)13 March 1910
Died 8 March 2004(2004-03-08) (aged 93)

Duan Junyi (Chinese: 段君毅; March 13, 1910 – March 8, 2004) was a politician of the People's Republic of China.

After the fall of Gang of Four, Duan served as the Minister of Railways of China. In October 1978, he became the first secretary of CPC Henan Committee, director of Henan Revolutionary Committee, and the first political commissar of the provincial military region.

From January 1981 to May 1984, Duan served as the first secretary of CPC Beijing Committee, and the first political commissar of Beijing Defense Area.

In September 1982, Duan was appointed as a standing committee member of the Central Advisory Committee of CPC. He retired in October 1992.

Duan was a member of 10th and 11th Central Committees of the Communist Party of China.

Government offices
Preceded by
Wan Li
Minister of Railways of the People's Republic of China
1976–1978
Succeeded by
Guo Weicheng
Party political offices
Preceded by
Lin Hujia
Secretary of the CPC Beijing Committee
1981–1984
Succeeded by
Li Ximing
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