Politics of Tianjin

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

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The Mayor of Tianjin is the highest-ranking official in the People's Government of Tianjin. Since Tianjin is a direct-administered municipality, the mayor occupies the same level in the order of precedence as provincial governors. However, in the city's dual party-government governing system, the mayor has less power than the Tianjin Communist Party of China Municipal Committee Secretary, colloquially termed the "Tianjin CPC Party Chief".

List of Secretaries of the Tianjin Communist Party Committee

#NameTenureNotes
1 Huang Kecheng January 1949 – June 1949General
2 Huang Jing June 1949 – April 1953Father of Yu Zhengsheng
3 Huang Huoqing April 1953 – June 1958
4 Wan Xiaotang June 1958 – September 1966Died in office, criticized during Cultural Revolution, later rehabilitated.
5 Xie Xuegong January 1967 – June 1978Chairman of the Tianjin Revolutionary Committee
6 Lin Hujia June 1978 – October 1978
7 Chen Weida October 1978 – October 1984
8 Ni Zhifu October 1984 – September 1987
9 Li Ruihuan September 1987 – October 1989Later Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
Politburo Standing Committee (1992–2002)
10 Tan Shaowen October 1989 – February 1993Died in office
Nie Bichu February 1993 – March 1993Acting
11 Gao Dezhan March 1993 – August 1997
12 Zhang Lichang August 1997 – March 2007
13 Zhang Gaoli March 2007 – November 2012 Politburo Standing Committee (2012–)
Vice Premier (2013–)
14 Sun Chunlan November 2012 – December 2014First female party chief
Huang Xingguo December 2014 – September 2016Acting; Sacked, found guilty of corruption, sentenced to prison
15 Li Hongzhong September 2016 – present

List of the Mayors of Tianjin

  1. Huang Jing (黄敬): January 1949-August 1952
  2. Wu De (吴德): October 1952-January 1955
  3. Huang Huoqing(黄火青): January 1955-June 1958
  4. Li Gengtao (李耕涛): June 1958-September 1963
  5. Hu Zhaoheng (胡昭衡): September 1963 – 1966
  6. Xie Xuegong (解学恭): December 1967-June 1978
  7. Lin Hujia (林乎加): June 1978-October 1978
  8. Chen Weida (陈伟达): October 1978-June 1980
  9. Hu Qili (胡启立): June 1980-April 1982
  10. Li Ruihuan(李瑞环): May 1982-November 1989
  11. Nie Bichu (聂璧初): November 1989-June 1993
  12. Zhang Lichang (张立昌): June 1993-May 1998
  13. Li Shenglin (李盛霖): May 1998-December 2002
  14. Dai Xianglong (戴相龙): December 2002- December 2007
  15. Huang Xingguo (黄兴国): December 2007- September 2016
  16. Wang Dongfeng (王东峰): September 2016 - October 2017
  17. Zhang Guoqing (张国清): January 2018 – Present

List of the Chairmen of Tianjin People's Congress

  1. Yan Dakai (阎达开): June 1980-April 1983
  2. Zhang Zaiwang (张再旺): April 1983-May 1988
  3. Wu Zhen (吴振): May 1988-June 1993
  4. Nie Bichu (聂璧初): June 1993-May 1998
  5. Zhang Lichang: May 1998-January 2003
  6. Fang Fengyou (房凤友): January 2003-January 2006
  7. Liu Shengyu (刘胜玉): January 2006-January 2011
  8. Xiao Huaiyuan (肖怀远): January 2011-January 2018

List of the Chairmen of Tianjin CPPCC Tianjin Committee

  1. Huang Huoqing (黄火青): March 1955-March 1960
  2. Wan Xiaotang (万晓塘): March 1960-September 1966
  3. Xie Xuegong (解学恭): December 1977-July 1979
  4. Yan Dakai (阎达开): July 1979-June 1980
  5. Huang Zhigang (黄志刚): June 1980-April 1983
  6. Chen Bing (陈冰): April 1983-April 1987
  7. Wu Zhen (吴振): April 1987-May 1988
  8. Tan Shaowen: May 1988-April 1990
  9. Liu Jinfeng (刘晋峰): April 1990-May 1998
  10. Fang Fengyou (房凤友): May 1998-January 2003
  11. Song Pingshun (宋平顺): January 2003-June 2007
  12. Xing Yuanmin (邢元敏): January 2008-January 2013
  13. He Lifeng: January 2013-May 2014
  14. Zang Xianfu (臧献甫): May 2014-March 2018
  15. Sheng Maolin (盛茂林): March 2018-present

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