Lin Keqing left Beijing for the first time to take up a new post. Guangdong was the youngest vice mayor of Beijing

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 Lin Keqing left Beijing for the first time to take up a new post. Guangdong was the youngest vice mayor of Beijing


Lin Shaochun, former member of the Standing Committee of Guangdong Provincial Committee, executive vice governor of Guangdong provincial government and Deputy Secretary of the Party group, was transferred as Deputy Secretary of the Party committee of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in March this year, and then concurrently as secretary of the political and Legal Committee of the Party committee of the autonomous region.

According to the official resume, Lin Keqing was born in October 1966 and is 53 years old. He was born in Xiantao, Hubei Province. He joined the party in December 1990. He took part in the work in August 1988. He graduated from in-service postgraduates (majoring in religion teaching of Renmin University of China), Ph.D. and political work. He has been working in Beijing for a long time. This appointment and removal is his first time to leave Beijing.

Lin Keqing once served as a member of the Standing Committee of Dongcheng District Committee, executive deputy district director, director of Beijing Municipal Taiwan Affairs Office, director of Daxing District, Secretary of the District Committee, Secretary of the working committee of the economic and Technological Development Zone of the Municipal Committee, etc.

In January 2013, Beijing municipal government changed its term. Lin Keqing, 47, was elected vice mayor and promoted to vice ministerial level. At the same time, he also served as director of Beijing World Park Bureau and President of the Red Cross Society. At that time, he was the youngest vice mayor of Beijing.

In January 2014, at the two sessions of the Beijing Peoples Congress, Lin Keqing received an exclusive interview with reporters from the Beijing news about the new urbanization of rural construction. He said that the new-type urbanization of rural areas should maintain the local style, improve the level of public services and infrastructure such as education and medical care, so that farmers can enjoy better education and medical services. However, to improve the level of basic public services and infrastructure must be moderate and not exceed the rural own conditions, such as medical services, which are also top three impossible. Equilibrium is not the same, and urban-rural integration is not the same.

In November 2016, Lin Keqing became a member of the Standing Committee of the Beijing Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China. Later, he served as the Secretary of the Municipal Committee of education and no longer as the vice mayor. In November last year, Lin Keqing returned to the post of executive vice mayor of Beijing municipal government, and has been adjusted for several times.

According to the division of labor, he is responsible for development and reform, finance, emergency management, foreign affairs (Hong Kong and Macao), statistics, poverty alleviation cooperation and support cooperation, as well as the construction of Universal Studios, and assists in auditing.

In the 2018 national business environment test evaluation, Beijing ranked first. At the two sessions in Beijing in January this year, Lin Keqing said that some achievements have been made in the reform of Beijings business environment in 2018, but how to keep the leading position? Our internal discussion is that if we dont advance, we will fall back . We should not lie on the merit book or the report card. We should also strive to improve the business environment, make contributions for a long time, and continue to promote reform..

Resume of Lin Keqing

Lin Keqing, male, Han nationality, born in October 1966, Xiantao, Hubei Province, joined the party in December 1990, worked in August 1988, graduated from in-service postgraduates (majoring in religion teaching, philosophy college, Renmin University of China), Ph.D., and political engineer.

He used to be deputy secretary and Secretary of Dongcheng District Committee of the Communist Youth League of Beijing, deputy head of Dongcheng District and director of the government office, deputy head of Dongcheng District Committee, deputy secretary of Dongcheng District Committee, deputy secretary and executive deputy head of Dongcheng District Committee, director of Taiwan Affairs Office of the Municipal Committee (Taiwan Affairs Office of the municipal government), deputy secretary and deputy head of Daxing District Committee, acting head of the district (bureau level), head of the District Committee, Secretary of the District Committee, and city Secretary of the working committee of the economic and Technological Development Zone, deputy mayor of Beijing municipal government.

2016.11 member of the Standing Committee of Beijing Municipal Committee, vice mayor of Beijing Municipal Government

2016.12 member of Standing Committee of Beijing Municipal Committee, Secretary of Education Working Committee of Beijing Municipal Committee, deputy mayor of Beijing Municipal Government

February 2017: member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Beijing Municipal Committee and Secretary of the Education Working Committee of the CPC Beijing Municipal Committee

November 2018: member of the Standing Committee and executive vice mayor of Beijing Municipal Committee

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