Mao Zhiyong

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Mao Zhiyong (Chinese: 毛致用; born November 1929) is a retired People's Republic of China politician. He was born in Yueyang, Hunan. He was Communist Party of China Committee Secretary (1977–1988), governor (1977–1979) and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference Committee Chairman (1977–1979) of his home province. He was Communist Party of China Committee Secretary of Jiangxi (1988–1995).[1]

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Preceded by
Hua Guofeng
Communist Party Chief of Hunan
1977–1988
Succeeded by
Xiong Qingquan
Preceded by
Hua Guofeng
Governor of Hunan
1977–1979
Succeeded by
Sun Zhiguo
Preceded by
Zhang Pinghua
CPPCC Committee Chairman of Hunan
1977–1979
Succeeded by
Zhou Li
Preceded by
Wan Shaofen
Communist Party Chief of Jiangxi
1988–1995
Succeeded by
Wu Guanzheng

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