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Liu Weiping

Updated: 2013-10-14
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Liu Weiping, male, Han nationality, the governor of Gansu province. Born in Fujing city, Heilongjiang province in May, 1953.

Liu Weiping

Joined the Chinese Communist Party in January, 1974 and started work in October, 1968 with a master's degree of the Central Party School, majored in World Economic and Engineer. Now he is the vice secretary of the CPC Gansu Provincial Committee and the president of the Party School of CPC Gansu Provincial Committee.

From October,1968, worked in Xinfand group of Bayi Community, Nanchang county, Jiangxi province; From April,1970, worker in Techniques Lab of Hongdu Mechanism Factory of Aeronautics and Astronautics Administration; From April,1972, studied at Nanjing Aeronautical Institute, majored in aircraft designing;

From January, 1976, technician of the First Design Institute of Hongdu Mechanism Factory of Aeronautics and Astronautics Administration, secretary of the Secretary Group of Factory Office, vice group leader, group leader, vice director of the factory office;

From November, 1986, secretary of the General Office of Jiangxi Provincial Government; From April, 1990, secretary of the General Office of Jiangxi Provincial Government; From November, 1992, vice director of the General Office of Jiangxi Provincial Government;

From March, 1995, vice secretary of Nanchang Municipal Party Committee, Jiangxi Province, acting mayor; From January, 1996, vice secretary of Nanchang Municipal Party Committee, Jiangxi Province, mayor (From September, 1998 to July,1999, studied at the class of young and middle-aged cadres of the Central Party School;

From September,1998 to July, 2001, studied at on-job graduate class at the Graduate Student Department of the Central Party School and majored in world economy); From June, 2001, presided over the work of Publicity Department of the CPC Jiangxi Provincial Committee;

From July, 2001, vice governor of Qinghai province; From June, 2003, member of the Standing Committee of CPC Qinghai Provincial Committee and secretary-general; From August, 2004, vice secretary of CPC Qinghai Provincial Committee and secretary-general;

From December, 2004, vice secretary of the CPC Qinghai Provincial Committee; From November, 2006, vice secretary of the CPC Gansu Provincial Committee; From January, 2007, vice secretary of the CPC Gansu Provincial Committee and the president of the Party School of CPC Gansu Provincial Committee; Representative of the 9th National Peoples Congress and member of the 10th CPC Gansu Provincial Committee.

 

 

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