Chen Liangyu, Han Nationality, a native of Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, was born in October 1946. He joined the Communist Party of China (CPC) in April 1980 and began to work in August 1963. He graduated from the Architecture Department of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Institute of Logistics Engineering where he had majored in architectural structure.
He is a university graduate and an engineer. He is now a member of the
Political Bureau of the Sixteenth CPC Central Committee, secretary of the CPC
Shanghai Municipal Committee and mayor of Shanghai.
1968-1970 Soldier in the PLA army unit No. 6716
1970-1983 Worker, designer and deputy section chief of infrastructure in Shanghai Pengpu Machinery Factory (Studied at the Engineering Structure Department of Tongji University from Feb. 1979 to Jan. 1980)
1983-1984 Deputy director of Shanghai Pengpu Machinery Factory and deputy secretary of the CPC Committee of Shanghai Metallurgical and Mining Machinery Corporation (Studied in a cadres' training program at the Party School of the First Bureau of Electrical Machinery from Sept. 1982 to Apr. 1983)
1984-1985 Secretary of the CPC Committee of Shanghai Electrical Appliances Corporation
1985-1987 Deputy director, director of Retired Cadre Bureau of the CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee
1987-1992 Deputy Party secretary and head of Huangpu District, Shanghai (Studied in the College of Public Policies, Birmingham University, U.K. between Jan. 1992 and Sept. 1992)
1992-1992 Deputy secretary general of the CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee
1992-1996 Deputy secretary of the CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee
1996-2001 Deputy secretary of the CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee and vice-mayor of Shanghai
2001-2002 Deputy secretary of the CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee and acting mayor of Shanghai
2002- Deputy secretary of the CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee and mayor of Shanghai Secretary of the CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee and mayor of Shanghai Member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, secretary of the CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee and mayor of Shanghai
He was an alternate member of the 15th CPC Central Committee and is a member of the 16th CPC Central Committee and of its Political Bureau.
Xinhua News Agency October 12, 2007 - The Seventh Plenary Session of the 16th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Friday endorsed the decision made by the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee of expelling former Shanghai party chief Chen Liangyu from the CPC.
The meeting reviewed and approved the investigation report on the case of Chen, former secretary of CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee, handed over by the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI).
The Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee decided to expelling Chen, 61, from the party on July 26 after the CCDI's investigation into a social security fund scandal.
The meeting also endorsed the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee's decision of expelling Du Shicheng, former deputy secretary of the Shandong Provincial Committee of the (CPC), from the party.
Du, 57, also former secretary of the Qingdao Municipal CPC Committee in Shandong, was expelled for taking huge bribes and leading a dissolute life.
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