National Population and Family Planning Commission

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National Population
and Family Planning Commission
of the People's Republic of China

中华人民共和国
国家人口和计划生育委员会

Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó
Guójiā Rénkǒu Hé Jìhuà Shēngyù Wěiyuánhuì
Agency overview
Formed 1981
Dissolved March 2013
Superseding agency National Health and Family Planning Commission
Jurisdiction  People's Republic of China
Headquarters Beijing
Agency executive Li Bin, Chairman of the National Population and Family Planning Commission
Parent agency State Council
Website www.chinapop.gov.cn

National Population and Family Planning Commission (NPFPC, 2003-2013), formerly National Family Planning Commission (1981-2003), of the Government of the People's Republic of China was the state agency responsible for population and family planning in the People's Republic of China. The Commission was dissolved and superseded by the National Health and Family Planning Commission in March 2013, during the first session of the 12th National People's Congress.

Administration[edit]

The agency is managed by a minister and four vice ministers.[1]

Position Name of Person(s)
Vice Minister Pan Guiyu, Zhao Baige, Jiang Fan, Wang Peian
Discipline Inspection Group Chief Gou Qingming

List of Commissioners[edit]

Name Took office Left office
1 Chen Muhua (陈慕华) March 1981 April 1982
2 Qian Xinzhong April 1982 December 1983
3 Wang Wei (王伟) December 1983 January 1988
4 Peng Peiyun January 1988 March 1998
5 Zhang Weiqing (张维庆) March 1998 March 2008
6 Li Bin March 2008 December 2011
7 Wang Xia (王俠) December 2011 16 March 2013

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