CHINA Li Qiang re-elected CPC Shanghai Committee secretary

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Li Qiang re-elected CPC Shanghai Committee secretary

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21:43, June 28, 2022

Li Qiang was re-elected secretary of the Communist Party of China Shanghai Committee on Tuesday.

The votes were cast at the first plenary session of the 12th CPC Shanghai Committee which was elected at the 12th CPC Shanghai Congress on Monday.

Li Qiang re-elected CPC Shanghai Committee secretary

New leaders of the Communist Party of China Shanghai Committee were elected on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Gong Zheng and Zhuge Yujie were re-elected as deputy secretaries of the CPC Shanghai Committee.

Besides them, Liu Xuexin, Wu Qing, Hu Wenrong, Zhao Jiaming, Chen Tong, Zhu Zhisong, Zhang Wei, Chen Jinshan and Guo Fang were also elected as members of the standing committee of the CPC Shanghai Committee.

Liu was also elected secretary of the 12th CPC Shanghai Commission for Discipline Inspection, while Ma Lesheng, Shi Tao, Meng Wenhai and Yang Huiliang were chosen as deputy secretaries.

Also, Yu Chengbin, Yu Hemin, Qi Yuqing, Qian Liang, Zhang Yuqing and Wang Xujie were elected as the other members of the standing committee of the commission.

Li Qiang re-elected CPC Shanghai Committee secretary

The new Party leaders of Shanghai visit the former site of the first National Congress of the CPC on 76 Xingye Rd in Huangpu District after their election on Tuesday.

Speaking after the election, Li pointed out that the 12th CPC Shanghai Committee was born at the intersection of the first and second hundred-year history of the CPC and shoulders the historical mission to build Shanghai into a socialist modern metropolis with global influence, a vision set by the 12th CPC Shanghai Congress.

He called on all the committee members to strive to realize the vision to build a better future of Shanghai.

Li Qiang re-elected CPC Shanghai Committee secretary

Members of the new standing committee of the CPC Shanghai Committee retake the oath of the Party at the former site of the first National Congress of the CPC after their election on Tuesday.

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