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现任第十二届全国人大常委会委员长。 / Chairman of the NPC Standing Committee.
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中文简介: 张德江(1946年11月- ),辽宁台安人,是中国共产党和中华人民共和国的主要领导人之一;是中共第十六至十八届中央政治局委员、第十八届中央政治局常务委员会委员(位列第三)。现任第十二届全国人大常委会委员长,曾任中华人民共和国国务院副总理(排名第三),分管工业、电信、能源、交通等重要经济领域,兼任国务院安全生产委员会主任。

曾先后任担任过吉林、浙江、广东、重庆四个省级行政区的党委书记。

 

经历 - 早年生涯

1968年11月,张德江响应中共中央关于“知识青年上山下乡”的号召,在吉林省汪清县罗子沟公社太平大队插队劳动;两年后,调汪清县革委会工作,任宣传组干事、机关团支部书记;并于1971年1月,加入中国共产党。1972年5月,张德江受推荐进入延边大学英语系学习,成为工农兵学员,后担任过班级党支部书记;1975年毕业后,留校工作;历任延边大学朝鲜语系党总支副书记,校党委常委、革委会副主任。

1978年8月,张德江被派赴朝鲜留学,在金日成综合大学经济系学习,并任留学生党支部书记。1980年8月回国后,出任延边大学党委常委、副校长。1983年8月,37岁的张德江离开校园,出任中共延吉市(县级市)市委副书记,开启从政之路。

 

主政地方

1985年,升任延边州委副书记;于1986年8月调中央工作,出任民政部副部长、党组副书记;1990年10月,回到吉林,任省委副书记、兼延边州委书记;1995年6月,升任中共吉林省委书记;1998年1月起,还兼任吉林省人大常委会主任。

1998年9月,中共中央宣布,调张德江接任中共浙江省委书记。四年后,在中共十六届一中全会上,张德江当选中央政治局委员,跻身党和国家领导人。会后不久,即接替李长春出任中共广东省委书记。

在任广东省委书记期间,张德江提出泛珠三角构想。同时,广东省也曾发生不少重大事件;包括,2003年爆发的SARS事件、孙志刚事件,2005年的太石村罢免事件、东洲事件,以及后来的南方都市报案。张德江在对这些事件上的处理手法,备受外界质疑。

 

国务院任职

2007年,张德江连任第十七届中央政治局委员,并于2008年3月,出任國務院副總理,兼任国务院安全生产委员会主任。任职期间,曾于2009年负责指挥造成108人死亡的黑龙江鹤岗新兴煤矿爆炸事故事故抢救、善后处理及调查工作;2010年8月,负责指挥河南航空8387号班机空难事故抢救、善后处理及调查工作;2011年在处理温州高铁追尾事故中,张德江被指下令停止搜救乘客,而安监局的官员称张德江下令制止残骸淹埋。

王立军事件发生后,2012年3月15日,中共中央免去薄熙来重庆市委书记职务后,宣布由张德江兼任。这是张德江第四次出任中共省级行政区的一把手。

 

全国人大

2013年3月14日,当选第十二届全国人民代表大会常务委员会委员长。

 

家庭

曾有传言,张德江的父亲为曾任中南军区炮兵参谋长、广州军区炮兵副司令员、济南军区炮兵代司令员、副司令员、顾问的“炮兵鼻祖”,张志毅少将。然而,亦有来源指张德江曾经亲口提到他的家庭是普通农民。

张德江之妻辛树森,生于1949年,比张德江小三岁;金融业资深人士,高级经济师,中国政府特殊津贴获得者,中国人民政治协商会议第十一届全国委员会委员,曾任中国建设银行副行长。两人相识于延吉市。

 

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ENG: Zhang Dejiang (born November 1946) is a high-ranking official in the Communist Party of China (CPC). He currently serves as Chairman of the NPC Standing Committee. He served as Vice-Premier in charge of energy, telecommunications, and transportation. He is also a 3rd ranked member of the CPC Politburo Standing Committee.

Zhang rose to prominence as the party chief of the provinces of Zhejiang and Guangdong, where he presided over rapid economic growth. In March 2012, Zhang was appointed to replace Bo Xilai as the party chief of Chongqing.

 

Early life

Zhang, a native of Tai'an County, Liaoning, Liaoning, attended Yanbian University in Yanji, Jilin, where he studied the Korean language. Zhang enrolled in Kim Il-sung University in North Korea in August 1978 and received a degree in economics in 1980. His connections to North Korea and his handling of illegal immigration from that country as a local official in Jilin are believed to be key factors in his rise to power.

 

Career - Rise to power

Zhang rose to prominence during the era of Jiang Zemin, first in Jilin's Yanbian Prefecture, where he is credited with handling the issue of illegal immigration from North Korea. Zhang accompanied Jiang on a visit to North Korea in March 1990 and was promoted to deputy party secretary for Jilin soon after. Jiang described Yanbian under Zhang as a "model prefecture" later that year. In 1995 he was made party secretary of Jilin.

 

Zhejiang

In 1998 Zhang became party secretary of Zhejiang. Zhang was popular among business leaders in Zhejiang due to his relatively laissez-faire attitude towards private enterprise. Zhang was known for allowing private business to operate freely, within the bounds of the law.

In 2001 Zhang wrote an article attacking the idea of allowing business owners to join the Communist Party, claiming that doing so would ruin the party.

 

Guangdong

In November 2002 Zhang was transferred to Guangdong to become its party chief. During his tenure in Guangdong Zhang focused on issues such as the private economy, education, and poverty alleviation.

Zhang's appointment came immediately after the start of the SARS crisis. Zhang initially responded to the outbreak by restricting the flow of information to the public about SARS. While Zhang and other leaders in Guangdong were accused of mishandling SARS they were praised by the World Health Organization and the central government for controlling the spread of the virus locally and the treatment regime employed for SARS patients.

During his five-year tenure, Zhang worked to integrate the economies of the Pearl River Delta. Immediately after arriving in Guangdong, Zhang commissioned studies on increasing economic interdependence among Hong Kong, Macau, Guangdong, Fujian, Jiangxi, Guizhou, Sichuan, Yunnan, Hunan, Hainan, and Guangxi. Critics called Pan-Pearl Delta economic integration an empty concept and alleged that Zhang was pushing the policy as a platform for future promotions. A senior journalist said, "Zhang Dejiang is like Liaoning governor Bo Xilai. Bo Xilai manipulates the media to promote himself, while Zhang Dejiang manipulates the media to promote his grandiose plans."

Critics accuse Zhang of suppressing freedom of the press and the right to protest. In addition to being criticised for poor handling of the SARS outbreak Zhang was blamed for the police shooting of villagers protesting inadequate compensation for seized land in 2005. The shooting incident is believed to have led to as many as 20 deaths. During Zhang's tenure controls on the press were tightened. During this period many editors left the Southern Daily and 21st Century World Herald was shuttered.

While planning for Guangzhou's Education Town began in 2000, Zhang approved the project immediately after his appointment to Guangdong and construction started in 2003. Before building began thousands of police and relocation officials armed with electric truncheons, dogs, and helicopters cleared the site of 10,000 villagers. Many villagers complained of inadequate compensation. Local media outlets were banned from reporting negative news about the project and law firms refused to handle compensation cases due to their sensitive nature. Construction was completed in only nine months. Contractors working on the project complained that the completion deadline was too tight and that they could not guarantee the quality of their work. Numerous artifacts believed to date to the Western Han Dynasty were found during construction but archaeologists were usually not allowed to enter the construction site. Zhang said of the rapid progress, "It's a modern urban construction management miracle." In 2004 a group of villa owners whose homes were confiscated in order to build the Guangzhou University Town threatened to sue Zhang, along with other officials, for abusing their authority. The property owners claimed that their homes were seized in order to provide premium land for property development.

In 2005, Leung Kwok-hung, also known as "Long Hair," created a stir when he carried apples to Guangdong to present to Zhang as a gift. The apples were a reference to the banning of reporters from the anti-Communist Apple Daily newspaper from attending the visit of Hong Kong lawmakers to Guangdong. During the same trip, Long Hair was not allowed to present a letter to Zhang. During the same trip another legislator expressed support for independent labor unions in the Mainland. Zhang responded that China would not allow independent labor unions because it did not want a Polish-style revolution.

It is widely believed that Zhang owes his appointment as Guangdong party chief to Jiang Zemin but is not considered a part of the "Shanghai gang" surrounding Jiang. There is speculation that Zhang was allowed to remain in power in Guangdong because he switched allegiances in favor of Hu Jintao during the leadership struggle in 2003. Critics of Zhang say he obtained power through his good relationships with senior leaders instead of real achievements.

 

Vice-premier

Zhang was appointed vice-premier in 2008. As vice-premier Zhang oversees China's energy, telecommunications, and transportation industries.

During a trip to Pakistan in 2010 Zhang was awarded the Hilal-i-Pakistan by the Pakistan's president for his role in strengthening ties between the two countries.

During the July 2011 Wenzhou train collision, Zhang, in his capacity as Vice-Premier in charge of transportation, was dispatched to Wenzhou to lead the search and rescue efforts on directives from President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao. Independent sources said that he set up his 'headquarters' at the Shangri-La Hotel in downtown Wenzhou, instead of at the crash scene itself. He shouldered some responsibility for the botched handling of the rescue operations.

 

Chongqing

Zhang was appointed to lead Chongqing's party committee in March 2012 following the removal of Bo Xilai as local party chief. Li Yuanchao, head of the party's Organization Department, said Zhang's appointment as party secretary was made through "discreet consideration." Li said that, "Comrade Zhang Dejiang is politically competent, fair, righteous, democratic and responsible."

Immediately after taking office in Chongqing, Zhang made statements to ease the concerns of the business community. Speaking to a delegation led by Wang Jen-tang, head of Taiwan's Acer Group, Zhang said, "Chongqing has achieved remarkable economic and social development since becoming a municipality. One valuable lesson we have learned is that we need to stick to reform and opening up." Zhang also said that Chongqing welcomed investment from overseas.

Chongqing's newspapers all featured the details of Zhang's resume immediately after his appointment. During a televised government meeting Chongqing's mayor, Huang Qifan, expressed his support for Zhang. Huang was a close ally of Bo. Civil servants in Chongqing were called to meetings where they were required to pledge allegiance to the municipalities new leadership. During the same meetings, officials were told to make social and political stability their top priorities.

Zhang was appointed a member of the decisions-making Politburo Standing Committee at the 18th Party National Congress held in November 2012. A few days later, he was replaced by Sun Zhengcai as party chief of Chongqing. He is expected to take over as Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress in 2013 replacing Wu Bangguo.

 

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March 20,2013

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