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21, 1942 in Taizhou - Chinese politician, secretary general of the Communist Party of China in 2002-2012, chairman of the People's Republic of China from March 15, 2003 to March 14, 2013. Curriculum vitae A member of the CCP since April 1964; he graduated from engineering studies at Tsinghua University. He worked as an engineer, a specialist in water conservation, and at the same time continued his party career. He was also active in youth organizations. Until 1982 he was the secretary of the provincial committee of the Communist Youth League in Gansu, 1982-1984 secretary, and 1984-1985 the first secretary of the Central Committee of this organization. He was also the chairman of the All-China Youth Federation. At the XII Congress of the CCP (1982), he was elected a deputy member of the Central Committee, yet before the next congress he became a full member of the Central Committee. In the years 1983-1988 he was a member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Committee of the China Political Consultative Conference. In the years 1985-1988 secretary of the CCP Provincial Committee in Guizhou, 1988-1992 secretary of the CCP Committee in the Tibet Autonomous Region. From 1992 a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee and the Standing Committee of the BP KC party, as well as a member of the Secretariat of the Central Committee. In 1993 he became the president of the Party School at the Central Committee of the CCP. From 1998 Vice-President of the People's Republic of China, from 1999 Vice-Chairman of the Central Military Commission of the PRC and the Central Military Commission of the CCP. In November 2002 he became the successor of Jiang Zemin as secretary general of the Communist party, and in March 2003 as the president of the PRC. In September 2004, after the resignation of Jiang Zemin, he also became the chairman of the CCP Central Military Commission, in March 2005 chairman of the Central Military Commission of the PRC. At the parliament session on March 15, 2008, he was again elected head of state.

In November 2012, he was replaced as Secretary General of the CCP by Xi Jinping. The office of the President of the People's Republic of China submitted on March 14, 2013, along with the approval of his successor, Xi Jinping.

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