Luo Qingquan

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Luo.

Luo Qingquan (simplified Chinese: 罗清泉; traditional Chinese: 羅清泉; pinyin: Luó Qīngquán; born November 1945) is a politician of the People's Republic of China and the former Governor and Communist Party Chief of Hubei province.[1]

Born in Jiangling, Hubei, Luo started working in 1968, and joined the CPC in 1975. He formerly served as the vice secretary of the CPC Yichang municipal committee, as well as vice mayor and later, mayor and Party chief of Yichang. He has also been the vice secretary of the CPC Hubei committee, secretary of the commission for discipline inspection of Hubei, and the secretary of the CPC Wuhan municipal committee. In October 2002, Luo was appointed vice governor and acting governor of Hubei. He was confirmed in January 2003 as governor. In October 2007, Luo succeeded Yu Zhengsheng as the CPC Party chief of Hubei Province.[1]

Luo was a member of the 15th Central Commission for Discipline Inspection. He was also a member of the 16th and the 17th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "罗清泉简历 (Luo Qingquan Resume)". Xinhua News Agency (in Chinese). Retrieved 27 December 2010.