Politics of Shandong

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

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The Governor of Shandong is the highest-ranking official in the People's Government of Shandong. However, in the province's dual party-government governing system, the Governor has less power than the Shandong Communist Party of China Provincial Committee Secretary, colloquially termed the "Shandong CPC Party Chief".

List of the CPC Shandong committee secretaries

  1. Kang Sheng (康生): 1949
  2. Fu Qiutao (傅秋涛): 1949–1950
  3. Xiang Ming (向明): 1950–1954
  4. Shu Tong (舒同): 1954–1960
  5. Zeng Xisheng (曾希圣): 1960–1961
  6. Tan Qilong (谭启龙): 1961–1967
  7. Wang Xiaoyu (王效禹): 1969
  8. Yang Dezhi (杨得志): 1971–1974
  9. Bai Rubing (白如冰): 1974–1982
  10. Su Yiran (苏毅然): 1982–1985
  11. Liang Buting (梁步庭): 1985–1988
  12. Jiang Chunyun (姜春云): 1988–1994
  13. Zhao Zhihao (赵志浩): 1994–1997
  14. Wu Guanzheng (吴官正): 1997–2002
  15. Zhang Gaoli (张高丽): 2002–2007
  16. Li Jianguo (李建国): 2007–2008
  17. Jiang Yikang (姜异康): 2008–2017
  18. Liu Jiayi (刘家义): 2017–

List of governors of Shandong

A house in Qufu decorated with the text of the provincial population policy and family planning regulations Jiuxian village street - regulations on a wall - P1050714.JPG
A house in Qufu decorated with the text of the provincial population policy and family planning regulations
  1. Kang Sheng (康生): 1949–1955
  2. Zhao Jianmin (赵健民): 1955–1958
  3. Tan Qilong (谭启龙): 1958–1963
  4. Bai Rubing (白如冰): 1963–1967
  5. Wang Xiaoyu (王效禹): 1967–1969
  6. Yang Dezhi (杨得志): 1971–1974
  7. Bai Rubing (白如冰): 1974–1979
  8. Su Yiran (苏毅然): 1979–1982
  9. Liang Buting (梁步庭): 1982–1985
  10. Li Chang'an (李昌安): 1985–1987
  11. Jiang Chunyun (姜春云): 1987–1989
  12. Zhao Zhihao (赵志浩): 1989–1995
  13. Li Chunting (李春亭): 1995–2001
  14. Zhang Gaoli (张高丽): 2001–2003
  15. Han Yuqun (韩寓群): 2003–2007
  16. Jiang Daming (姜大明): 2007–2013
  17. Guo Shuqing (郭树清): 2013–2017
  18. Gong Zheng (龚正): 2017–present

List of chairmen of Shandong People's Congress

  1. Zhao Lin (赵林): 1979–1983
  2. Qin Hezhen (秦和珍): 1983–1985
  3. Li Zhen (李振): 1985–1996
  4. Zhao Zhihao (赵志浩): 1996–2002
  5. Han Xikai (韩喜凯): 2002–2003
  6. Zhang Gaoli (张高丽): 2003–2007
  7. Li Jianguo (李建国): 2007–2008
  8. Jiang Yikang (姜异康): 2008–incumbent

List of chairmen of the CPPCC Shandong Committee

  1. Tan Qilong (谭启龙): 1955–1967
  2. Bai Rubing (白如冰): 1977–1979
  3. Gao Keting (高克亭): 1979–1983
  4. Li Zichao (李子超): 1983–1993
  5. Lu Maozeng (陆懋曾): 1993–1998
  6. Han Xikai (韩喜凯): 1998–2002
  7. Wu Aiying (吴爱英): 2002–2004
  8. Sun Shuyi (孙淑义): 2004–2009
  9. Liu Wei (刘伟): 2009–incumbent

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