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    Sentences forLi Xiannian

    • For President Li Xiannian, he was also the 5th ranked member of the CCP Politburo Standing Committee, after CCP general secretary and premier.President of the People's Republic of China-Wikipedia
    • In August, the Party's Eleventh Congress was held in Beijing, officially naming (in ranking order) Hua Guofeng, Ye Jianying, Deng Xiaoping, Li Xiannian and Wang Dongxing as new members of the Politburo Standing Committee.Cultural Revolution-Wikipedia
    • Important decisions were always taken in Deng's home in Zhongnanhai">Zhongnanhai with a caucus of eight senior party cadres, called "Eight Elders", especially with Chen Yun and Li Xiannian.Deng Xiaoping-Wikipedia
    • In July 1979, Chen Yun was named head (and Li Xiannian deputy head) of the new national Economic and Financial Commission staffed with his own allies and conservative economic planners.Chen Yun-Wikipedia
    • In July 1985, Chinese President Li Xiannian traveled to the United States, the first such visit by a PRC head of state.China–United States relations-Wikipedia
    • Chen and some other conservative leaders including Li Xiannian never visited Shenzhen, the leading special economic zone championed by Deng.Chinese economic reform-Wikipedia

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