Yu Guoxing

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Yu Guoxing (Chinese: 俞国行; born December 1944) is a politician of the People's Republic of China and the former chairman of Zhejiang People's Congress.[1]

A native of Zhuji, Zhejiang, Yu started working in March 1965, and joined the Communist Party of China in July 1965. He graduated from CPC Central Party School. Yu formerly served as vice Party secretary of Qingshan Commune of Zhuji County, Party secretary of Bao'an Commune of Zhuji, secretary of Communist Youth League Shaoxing committee, director of propaganda department of Shaoxing, secretary-general of CPC Shaoxing committee, and vice mayor of Shaoxing. He later became vice Party chief of Shaoxing and secretary of Political and Legislative Affairs Commission of Shaoxing. He was then transferred to Huzhou and became the Party chief in that city and chairman of local People's Congress. Yu was appointed as director of Zhejiang Provincial Bureau of Public Security, and later, vice chairman of Zhejiang People's Congress. On May 25, 2007, Yu was elected as the acting chairman of Zhejiang People's Congress after the transfer of Xi Jinping.[1] He served this post till January 2008.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Yu Guoxing as Acting Chairman of Standing Committee of PPC", The People's Government of Zheijang Province, 2007-5-29, retrieved 2010-01-22
Political offices
Preceded by
Xi Jinping
Zhejiang People's Congress Chairman
2007–2008
Succeeded by
Zhao Hongzhu