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Politics of Inner Mongolia

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Politics of Inner Mongolia

List of leaders of Inner Mongolia.

List of CPC Secretaries

  1. Ulanhu (乌兰夫): 1947–1966
  2. Xie Xuegong (解学恭): 1966–1967
  3. Teng Haiqing (滕海清): 1968–1969
  4. Zheng Weishan (郑维山): 1969–1971
  5. You Taizhong (尤太忠): 1971–1978
  6. Zhou Hui (周惠): 1978–1986
  7. Zhang Shuguang (张曙光): 1986–1987
  8. Wang Qun (王群): 1987–1994
  9. Liu Mingzu (刘明祖): 1994–2001
  10. Chu Bo (储波): 2001–2009
  11. Hu Chunhua (胡春华): 2009-2012
  12. Wang Jun: 2012-incumbent

List of Chairmen of Government

  1. Ulanhu (乌兰夫): 1947–1966
  2. Teng Haiqing (滕海清): 1967–1971
  3. You Taizhong (尤太忠): 1971–1978
  4. Kong Fei (孔飞): 1978–1982
  5. Buhe (布赫): 1982–1993
  6. Uliji (乌力吉): 1993–1998
  7. Yun Bulong (云布龙): 1998–2000
  8. Uyunqimg (乌云其木格): 2000–2003
  9. Yang Jing (杨晶): 2003–2008
  10. Bagatur (巴特尔): 2008–
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