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Meng Jianzhu

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Meng Jianzhu Chinese: 孟建柱; pinyin: Mèng Jiànzhù; born July 1947 is a retired Chinese politician best known for his term as the Secretary of Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission Zhengfawei of the Communist Party of China between 2012 and 2017 He also headed the Central Public Security Comprehensive Management Commission

Meng began his career in a farming cooperative based in rural Shanghai He made his way up the ranks in the city, serving as vice mayor in charge of agriculture, then deputy party chief Prior to his tenure as Zhengfawei chief, he also served as the Minister of Public Security and Communist Party Secretary of Jiangxi Province

Contents

  • 1 Biography
    • 11 Early Life, Shanghai
    • 12 Jiangxi
    • 13 Politburo and Political and Legal Affairs Commission
  • 2 Personal life
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Biography

Early Life, Shanghai

Meng was born in July 1947 in Wu County, a present-day urban district of Suzhou, Jiangsu Province In the 1960s, he headed to Changxing Island in Shanghai to become a tractor operator For the next 13 years he worked on the rural agricultural cooperative He graduated from the Shanghai Mechanical College now part of University of Shanghai for Science and Technology He joined the Communist Party of China in 1971 He became head of the rural cooperative in 1981

He spent much of his earlier political career in Shanghai He served in leading roles in Chuansha County which became Pudong New District in 1992 and Jiading County, before being transferred to become one of the deputy mayors of Shanghai starting in 1993 His portfolio included was agriculture and rural development In 1996 he was promoted to become the deputy Communist Party secretary of Shanghai, one of the most powerful positions in China's commercial hub He held the position until 2001 While in Shanghai Meng was low-key and camera-shy, but was largely popular with city residents

Jiangxi

In 2001, Meng was appointed the Communist Party secretary of Jiangxi Province Some say Meng was transferred out of Shanghai because he had lost out on a struggle to Chen Liangyu become the city's party boss Meng and Chen were polar opposites in many ways - Chen preferred to be in the limelight while Meng preferred doing work behind the scenes Meng was also known for paying regular respects for retired municipal politicians When Meng arrived in Jiangxi, most residents were optimistic A common refrain amongst Jiangxi residents at the time was "if Jiangxi wants to be rich, keep Meng Jianzhu!"

While Meng was often regarded by observers as a "soft" leader, he was known for his strong adherence to rules and principles For example, once during a provincial conference of officials at county level and above, some county leaders did not show up and instead sent their assistants to attend Meng responded to this by postponing the entire conference until all the required attendees arrived as a means to reprimand those who failed to show He remained party chief of Jiangxi until October 28, 2007, when he was transferred to Beijing and appointed the Minister of the Public Security, replacing political heavyweight Zhou Yongkang, who was elevated to become a member of the Politburo Standing Committee

Politburo and Political and Legal Affairs Commission

Meng became a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China in November 2012, following the 18th Party Congress He succeeded Zhou as Secretary of the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission However, the commission's powers and autonomy was significantly curbed during Meng's term as a result of the consolidation of power around the central authority of Xi Jinping In December 2012, he was succeeded by Guo Shengkun as Minister of Public Security In January 2013, Meng announced that his commission would begin work on abolishing the "re-education through labour" system, which has been widely criticized internationally This was further cemented at the third plenary session of the 18th Central Committee held in November 2013 The implementation of the policy was largely completed by the end of that year Meng also criticized the interference of local party authorities, particularly local Zhengfawei, in individual court cases

While his predecessor Zhou Yongkang underwent investigation for corruption and other offenses in 2014, Meng remained untouched by the scandal despite having served under Zhou for five years as public security minister Other former subordinates of Zhou in the ministry, such as former deputy minister Li Dongsheng, were detained for investigation

Personal life

Meng's associates and colleagues describe him as soft-spoken, humble, likes to smile, of thin build, and looks like an intellectual

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy" Archived from the original on 2013-04-06 Retrieved 2012-11-20 
  2. ^ a b c d e "孟建柱官场路:先低调再重拳出击" Aozhou Ribao April 21, 2009 
  3. ^ 江西要致富,留住孟建柱
  4. ^ "China to end notorious forced labour system" South China Morning Post January 16, 2013 
  5. ^ "Security tsar Meng Jianzhu criticises interference in court proceedings" South China Morning Post January 9, 2013 

External links

  • in Chinese Meng Jianzhu's profile, Xinhuanet, October 29, 2007
Party political offices
Preceded by
Zhou Yongkang
Secretary of the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission
2012–2017
Succeeded by
Guo Shengkun
Preceded by
Shu Huiguo
Communist Party of China Jiangxi Province Committee Secretary
2001–2007
Succeeded by
Su Rong
Assembly seats
Preceded by
Shu Huiguo
Chairman of the Jiangxi People's Congress Standing Committee
2001–2008
Succeeded by
Su Rong
Government offices
Preceded by
Zhou Yongkang
Minister of Public Security
2007–2012
Succeeded by
Guo Shengkun

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