Lu Zhangong

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Lu Zhangong
卢展工
Communist Party Secretary of Henan
In office
November 2009 – March 2013
Preceded by Xu Guangchun
Succeeded by Guo Gengmao
Communist Party Secretary of Fujian
In office
February 2004 – November 2009
Preceded by Song Defu
Succeeded by Sun Chunlan
Governor of Fujian
In office
October 2002 – December 2004
Preceded by Xi Jinping
Succeeded by Huang Xiaojing
Personal details
Born May 1952
Cixi, Zhejiang Province
Nationality Chinese
Political party Communist Party of China

Lu Zhangong (simplified Chinese: 卢展工; traditional Chinese: 盧展工; pinyin: Lú Zhǎngōng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lo Tian-kang; born May 1952) is a Chinese politician. He is, since 2013, a Vice Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, and previously served as the Communist Party Secretary of Fujian and Henan provinces, and Governor of Fujian.

Biography

Born in Cixi, Zhejiang Province, he joined the workforce in March 1969, and joined the Communist Party of China (CPC) in January 1975.

In September 1988, he became the Deputy Party Secretary of Jiaxing and the secretary of the discipline commission there. He was elevated to the position of party chief of Jiaxing in December 1989. In March 1991, he became the deputy director of the organization department of the CPC Zhejiang committee. He was promoted to director of the organization department and a member of the Zhejiang provincial Party Standing Committee in December 1992. One year later, he became the vice secretary of the CPC Zhejiang committee and head of the organization department.

In July 1996, Lu was appointed Deputy Party Secretary of Hebei province. In October 1998, he became the vice chairman of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions, secretary of its secretariat and deputy secretary of its Party group. In January 2001, he was appointed deputy party chief of Fujian, and became vice governor and then acting governor of Fujian in October 2002. His post of governor was confirmed in January 2003. In February 2004, he became acting secretary of the CPC Fujian committee, and on December 16 of that year, he resigned from his post as governor of Fujian and became the CPC party chief of the province. In January 2005, he was elected chairman of the standing committee of the Fujian People's Congress.[1] In December 2009, he was named CPC Secretary of Henan province, China's most populus.[2] He was then reelected as secretary of central China's Henan Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on October 30, 2011.

Lu was an alternate member of the 15th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, and a full member of the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th Central Committees.

References

  1. ^ (in Chinese)Lu Zhangong Elected Chairman of Fujian People's Congress xinhuanet.com
  2. ^ "Reshuffle shines spotlight on rising stars," South China Morning Post December 2, 2009, p. 1.
Party political offices
Preceded by
Xu Guangchun
Communist Party Secretary of Henan
November 2009 – March 2013
Succeeded by
Guo Gengmao
Preceded by
Song Defu
Communist Party Secretary of Fujian
February 2004 – November 2009
Succeeded by
Sun Chunlan
Preceded by
Xi Jinping
Governor of Fujian
October 2002 – December 2004
Succeeded by
Huang Xiaojing
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