Jia Qinglin (Chinese贾庆林, Pinyin Jiǎ Qinglin ) (* 1940 in Botou, China) is a Chinese politician. He was 2002-2012 Member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China from 2003 to 2013 Chairman of the Political Consultative Conference of the Chinese people.
Jia Qinglin was considered a controversial occupation of the Standing Committee of the Politburo. Presumably he had found at the instigation Jiang Zemin's entrance to the Standing Committee. Jia Qinglin's reputation was dragged through the smuggling scandal in Xiamen affected, during his tenure as party secretary of the province took place, said to have been especially since his wife involved in the scandal.
Jia Qinglin was established in 1940 in China Botou, Hebei Province, was born. Between 1956 and 1958, he completed a degree in Industrial Management Planning in Shijiazhuang, also in his native province of Hebei. As a young adult he joined in 1959 in the Communist Party of China a.
In 1962 he reached the final degree at the College of Engineering of Hebei in the Department of Electricity as an engineer and was then directly to the technician at the 1st Department of Mechanical Engineering
In 1969 he graduated from physical work in the "7 -May- cadre school " in the circle Fengxin, Jiangxi province.
His career really took off in the following decades. In 1973 he was promoted to his mechanical engineering department and served from now on as head of the Bureau of Product Management of the 1st Engineering Department. In 1978, he reached again a promotion to the Chairman of the National Society for the import and export of machinery and equipment. In 1983 he was appointed director of the heavy machinery plant in Taiyuan.
First important tasks on the political scene, he was from 1985. 1985 he was appointed a member of the Provincial Party Committee of Fujian and deputy party secretary. 1991 followed the career jump to the governor of Fujian. In 1993 he moved the post and worked immediately as party secretary of Fujian.
1994 Jia Qinglin was Chairman of the Standing Committee of People's Congress of Fujian. Only two years later, in 1996, he was promoted to deputy party secretary and deputy mayor of Beijing. In the same year, also in 1996, he also acted in the establishment of state-owned Beiqi Foton Motor Co., Ltd.. with. From 1997 to 1999 he was mayor of Beijing. Also in 1997 he was given the post of party secretary of Beijing attributed to he held until 2002.
- Politician ( People's Republic of China)
- Governor (Fujian)
- Mayor ( People's Republic of China)
- CCP member
- Born in 1940