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Biography Revised: 1/29/2018
Career Data Updated: 1/29/2018

PHOTO: Wang Shuangquan
Wang Shuangquan 王双全
Vice-Governor, People's Government, Zhejiang Province; Director, Public Security Department, Zhejiang Province
Born: 1967

Biography Highlight

Wang Shuangquan, male, Han nationality, is a native of Dayi County, Sichuan Province. He was born in 1967, graduated from Southwest Political science and Law University in 1983, and started to work in Tibet Higher People’s Court since 1983. From 2015 to 2017 he was Deputy Secretary-General of CPC Central Committee Political and Law Committee. From 2017 to 2018 he was Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Justice and Director of its Political Department. In 2018 he became Vice-Governor and Head of Public Security of Zhejiang Province.

Recent Career Data

2018— Vice-Governor, People's Government Zhejiang Province
2018— Director, Public Security Department Zhejiang Province
2017—2018 Vice-Minister, Ministry of Justice
2017—2018 Member, Ministry of Justice CPC, Leading Party Group
2017—2018 Director, Ministry of Justice, Political Department
2015—2017 Deputy Secretary General, CPC, Central Committee, Central Politics and Law Commission
2015—2015 Deputy Secretary, CPC, Autonomous Regional Committee, Politics and Law Committee Tibet Autonomous Region
2015—2015 Vice-Chairman, Autonomous Region People's Government Tibet Autonomous Region
2013—2015 Executive Deputy Procurator-General, Autonomous Regional People's Procuratorate Tibet Autonomous Region
2013—2015 Secretary, Autonomous Regional People's Procuratorate CPC, Leading Party Group Tibet Autonomous Region

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