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Liu Lunxian
刘伦贤
Commander of the 31st Group Army
In office
April 1990 – November 1992
Preceded byChen Xitao
Succeeded byDong Wanrui
Chief of Staff of the Nanjing Military Region
In office
June 1985 – April 1990
Preceded byZhou Deli
Succeeded byZhang Zongde
Personal details
BornDecember 1943
Shanghai, China
Died (aged 74)
Shanghai, China
NationalityChinese
Political partyCommunist Party of China
Alma materPLA Military Academy
PLA National Defence University
Central Party School of the Communist Party of China
OccupationPolitician, military officer
Military service
Allegiance People's Republic of China
Branch/service People's Liberation Army Ground Force
Years of service1961–2000
Rank
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Lieutenant general
Unit31st Group Army

Liu Lunxian (simplified Chinese: 刘伦贤; traditional Chinese: 劉倫賢; pinyin: Liú Lúnxián; December 1943 – 4 December 2017) was a Chinese politician and military officer. Liu was promoted to the rank of major general (shaojiang) in September 1988 and lieutenant general (zhongjiang) in July 1993.[1]

He was a delegate to the 13th and 14th National Congress of the Communist Party of China and a deputy to 7th and 9th National People's Congress.[2]

Biography

Liu was born in December 1943 in Shanghai. In 1960 Liu worked shortly as a teller in Sanguan Grain Management of Fengxian County before joining the People's Liberation Army in 1961. He was a part-time student at PLA Military Academy (September 1980-July 1982), PLA National Defence University (December 1993-April 1995) and Central Party School of the Communist Party of China (August 1996-December 1998).[3]

In December 1966, during the Cultural Revolution, he was a staff officer in the Nanjing Military Region, serving in the post until the end of the Cultural Revolution in January 1978. He was deputy director of the Department of War of Nanjing Military Region Command from 1978-1980, and he was director from 1980 to 1982. In 1985 he was promoted to become the chief of staff of Nanjing Military Region, a position he held until 1990. In April 1990 he was commander of the 31st Group Army, and held that office until November 1992. Then he was deputy commander of Nanjing Military Region. Liu was promoted to the rank of lieutenant general (zhong jiang) in July 1993. In April 1995, he was transferred to Jinan and appointed deputy commander of Jinan Military Region.[3]

Liu entered politics in February 2000, when he served as Vice Chairman of the Shanghai Municipal People's Congress.[2]

On December 4, 2017, Liu died in Shanghai, aged 74.[2]

References

  1. ^ 刘伦贤同志逝世. Xinhuanet (in Chinese). 2017-12-20.
  2. ^ a b c Yue Huairang; Jiang Ziwen (2017-12-08). 原济南军区副司令员、上海市人大常委会原副主任刘伦贤逝世. thepaper.cn (in Chinese).
  3. ^ a b 原济南军区副司令员、上海市人大常委会原副主任刘伦贤逝世. 163.com (in Chinese). 2017-12-08.
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Chief of Staff of Nanjing Military Region
1985-1990
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Chen Xitao (陈希滔)
Commander of the 31st Group Army
1990-1992
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