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 New Party Committees Established

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New Party Committees Established

Source: Peking Review, No. 36, September 3, 1971
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    THE Tibet Autonomous Region, Szechuan Province, the Ningsia Hui Autonomous Region and Heilungkiang Province recently elected their respective new Party committees.
   Since Hunan Province first convened its Party congress and elected its new Party committee in December 1970, other provinces and the municipalities and autonomous regions have successively established new Party committees. With the exception of Taiwan Province, all provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions have set up new Party committees.
   During the first twenty days of August, the Tibet Autonomous Region, Szechuan Province, the Ningsia Hui Autonomous Region and Heilungkiang Province convened their Party congresses in that order. Guided by Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought, these congresses conscientiously summed up the experience of the struggle between the two classes, two roads and two lines in their respective regions or provinces during the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, discussed and decided future militant tasks and elected their new Party committees.
   Following Chairman Mao's teaching Carry out education in ideology and political line throughout the Party, Party member delegates from various fronts who attended the Party congresses in these provinces and autonomous regions conscientiously studied Chairman Mao's theory of continuing the revolution under the dictatorship of the proletariat and studied the Ninth Party Congress documents and the Communique of the Second Plenary Session of the Ninth Party Central Committee. They also criticized the counter-revolutionary revisionist line pushed by the renegade, hidden traitor and scab Liu Shao-chi and his local agents and criticized idealist apriorism and other reactionary fallacies peddled by Wang Ming, Liu Shao-chi and political swindlers like them. As a result, they increased their ability to distinguish between genuine and sham Marxism and their consciousness of implementing Chairman Mao's revolutionary line.
   As stipulated by the Party Constitution, the congresses elected new Party committees after full consultation and repeated discussions. The Party committees are composed of old, middle-aged and young people. The first plenary sessions of the new Party committees elected and the Party Central Committee approved:
   Comrade Jen Jung as first secretary and Comrades Chen Ming-yi, Tien Pao (Tibetan), Yang Tung-sheng (Tibetan), Feng Ke-la, Kao Sheng-hsuan and Pa Sang (a Tibetan woman) secretaries of the Tibet Autonomous Regional Party Committee;
   Comrade Chang Kuo-hua as first secretary, Comrade Liang Hsing-chu second secretary, and Comrades Li Ta-chang, Hsieh Chia-hsiang, Tuan Chun-yi, Hsieh Cheng-jung, Hsu Chih and Ho Yun-feng secretaries of the Szechuan Provincial Party Committee;
   Comrade Kang Chien-min as first secretary, Comrade Kao Jui second secretary, Comrade Chang Kuei-chin secretary, and Comrades Wang Chih-chiang (Hui nationality), Shao Ching-wa, Chao Chih-chiang (a Hui nationality woman) deputy secretaries of the Ningsia Hui Autonomous Regional Party Committee;
   Comrade Wang Chia-tao as first secretary, Comrade Liu Kuang-tao second secretary, and Comrades Fu Kuei-ching, Yu Chieh and Chang Lin-chih secretaries of the Heilungkiang Provincial Party Committee.
   Before the establishment of these Party committees, the Sinkiang Uighur Autonomous Region, Kweichow Province, the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region, Hopei Province, Tientsin Municipality and Yunnan Province successively convened their Party congresses and elected their new Party committees. Leading members of these committees are:
   Comrade Lung Shu-chin, first secretary. Comrade Saifudin, second secretary, and Comrades Tsao Szu-ming, Sung Chih-ho and Liu Hsing, secretaries, of the Sinkiang Uighur Autonomous Regional Party Committee;
   Comrade Lan Yi-nung, first secretary, Comrade Chang Jung-sen, secretary, and Comrades Chia Ting-san, Li Li and Ho Kuang-yu, deputy secretaries, of the Kweichow Provincial Party Committee;
   Comrade Yu Tai-chung, first secretary, and Comrades Wu Tao, Hsu Hsin, Teng Tsun-lun and Chao Tzu-yang, secretaries, of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Regional Party Committee;
   Comrade Liu Tzu-hou, first secretary, Comrade Cheng San-sheng, second secretary, Comrades Ma Hui, Liu Hai-ching and Ma Chieh, secretaries, and Comrades Lu Yu-lan (a woman) and Ma Li, deputy secretaries, of the Hopei Provincial Party Committee;
   Comrade Hsieh Hsueh-kung, first secretary. Comrade Wu Tai, second secretary, and Comrades Liu Cheng, Wang Yi, Wang Man-tien (a woman), Hsu Cheng and Fei Kuo-chu, secretaries, of the Tientsin Municipal Party Committee;
   Comrade Chou Hsing, first secretary, Comrade Wang, Pi-cheng, second secretary, and Comrades Chen Kang and Lu Jui-lin, secretaries, of the Yunnan Provincial Party Committee.
  
  
  
  

 
 
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