8 Women Federation Officials Elected Leaders at Sub-provincial, Higher Level

February 23, 2018
Editor: Liu Xiaochen

The so-called "Two Sessions" (annual meetings of people's congresses and committees of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference) recently concluded in 31 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions in succession.

The events produced a number of new local leaders. Ten of the elected leaders were former women's federations officials, whilst eight nominated at the sub-provincial level are currently working for women's federations.

 

Xie Ru, vice-chairperson of Jiangxi Provincial Committee of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC). She has served as part-time vice-president of the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) since 2013. [Women Voice]
Liu Muzhong, president of Heilongjiang Women's Federation, was elected vice chairperson of the CPPCC Heilongjiang Provincial Committee. [Women Voice]
Cheng Hong serves as part-time vice-president of the ACWF and was elected vice chairperson of the CPPCC Beijing Municipal Committee. [Women Voice]
Li Malin, part-time vice-president of Yunnan Women's Federation, was elected vice governor of Yunnan Province. [Women Voice]
Wu Hongqin, president and secretary of the Party committee of Fujian Women's Federation, was elected deputy director of the Standing Committee of Fujian Provincial People's Congress. [Women Voice]
Dong Ling, president and secretary of the Party committee of Ningxia Women's Federation, was elected deputy director of the Standing Committee of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Regional People's Congress. [Women Voice]
Zhang Li, president and secretary of the Party committee of Qinghai Women's Federation, was elected vice governor of Qinghai Province. [Women Voice]
Fu Caixiang, president of Hainan Women's Federation, was elected vice governor of Hainan Province. [Women Voice]
Gulxat Abudukadir was elected deputy director of the Standing Committee of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Regional People's Congress. She worked as president of Xinjiang Women's Federation from 2005-2008. [Women Voice]
Ai Lihua was elected vice-chairperson of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. From January to September 2002, she worked as vice-president of Chifeng Women's Federation, in Inner Mongolia. [Women Voice]
Xiao Chaoying was elected vice-chairperson of the CPPCC Anhui Provincial Committee. She was president of Anhui Women's Federation from 2003-2008. [Women Voice]
Cao Suhua, vice-chairperson of the CPPCC Hebei Provincial Committee, served as vice-president of Hebei Women's Federation from 1998-2003. [Women Voice]
Wang Hongling, vice-chairperson of the CPPCC Hubei Provincial Committee, was vice-president of Hubei Women's Federation from 2004-2017. [Women Voice]
Wu Cuiyun is vice-chairperson of the CPPCC Shandong Provincial Committee. She worked as the director of Zibo Women's Federation in Shandong. [Women Voice]
Li Yue'e was elected deputy director of the Standing Committee of Shanxi Provincial People's Congress. She served as president of Shanxi Women's Federation from 2006-2013. [Women Voice]
Zhang Xuan was elected director of the Standing Committee of Chongqing Municipal People's Congress. She was president of Chongqing Women's Federation from 1997-2001. [Women Voice]
Pan Yiqin was elected vice mayor of Chongqing. She worked as deputy director of the women's federation of Shizhong district, in Chongqing, from 1985-1990. [Women Voice]
Nyima Drolma was elected deputy director of the Standing Committee of Qinghai Provincial People's Congress. She was vice-president of Qinghai Women's Federation from 1993-1996. [Women Voice]

 

(Source: Women Voice / Translated and edited by Women of China)

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