Li Mengling

Li Mengling (Chinese: 李梦龄) (1903–1985) was a People's Republic of China politician. He was born in Jin County, Hebei Province (modern Jinzhou, Hebei Province). He was Communist Party of China Committee Secretary of Jilin Province. He was a deputy for Jilin to the 1st National People's Congress in August 1954.

Li Mengling
Communist Party Secretary of Jilin
Preceded byLiu Xiwu
Succeeded byWu De
Personal details
Born1903
Jinzhou, Hebei, China
Died1985
Political partyCommunist Party of China

Li Mengling joined the Chinese Communist Party in November 1925.[1] He graduated from the History Department of Peking Normal University in 1931. He was a northeast military academy political instructor, the Eighth Route Army Jizhong Military Region Organization Department Minister, and the Jin Sui military district deputy political commissar for some time. After the founding of the PRC, he served as vice president of the CPC Central Committee Northeast Bureau. In June 1952, he was appointed secretary of the CPC Jilin Provincial Committee and political commissar of the provincial military district. In March 1955, he was appointed secretary of the CPC Jilin Provincial Committee. In 1956 July he became the CPC Jilin Provincial Party Committee Secretary. In December 1977, he was appointed vice chairman of the 4th CPPCC of Jilin Province. In May 1980, he was appointed Deputy Director of the Standing Committee of the 5th People's Congress of Jilin Province. He was also a deputy member of the Central Oversight Committee. On April 21, 1985, he died in Changchun.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "【河北人物】从冀中军区走出的中共吉林省委书记李梦龄" (in Chinese). 凤凰网. Retrieved 5 August 2018.
Preceded by
Liu Xiwu
Communist Party Chief of Jilin Succeeded by
Wu De