The military authoritative media recently disclosed in a low profile that lieutenant general Wang Jianwu, a former political commissar of the Tibet military region, has successfully carried out the Political Work Department of the Central Military Commission. According to the CCTV military report column in May 8th, the Central Military Commission member and the director of the Political Work Department of the Military Commission, 8, were in Beijing with the representatives of the PLA and the PLA and the armed police force the 54 Medal of Chinas youth and the good young people in the country to the good. In the video coverage of the above military report, Wang Jianwu wore the badge of the Political Work Department of the Military Commission and sat on the rostrum with Miao Hua. This means that lieutenant general Wang Jianwu has taken up the Political Work Department of the Central Military Commission. Official public information showed that Wang Jianwu had appointed the director of the fifty-fourth group army political department and the former Jinan military region political commissar of the joint service department. In 2016, he was promoted to the political commissar of the Tibet military region. In July 2017, it was promoted to the rank of military. It is also worth mentioning that in February 24th this year, the thirty-third meeting of the twelfth NPC Standing Committee had approved the appointment of Wang Jianwu as a member of the election committee of the Chinese peoples Liberation Army. Sun Ming, the Secretary of the army discipline Commission of the eastern war zone According to the peoples front WeChat public number, in the morning of May 5th, in Hangzhou, in Hangzhou to participate in the eastern war zone army discipline Commission Secretary and the discipline inspection and supervision of more than 160 disciplinary inspection cadres drove to the South Lake revolutionary memorial hall, looking up to the red boat, looking for the first heart, with actual action to commemorate the birth of Marx 200th anniversary, to modern times To pay tribute to the greatest thinkers.