Song ping

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Song Ping (* 24 April 1917 in the district of Ju , Shandong Province ) is a politician of the People's Republic of China . He was a member of the Standing Committee of the Politburo .

Song Ping was at the 4th plenary session of the XIII. Central Committee (June 24, 1989) Member of the Standing Committee of the Politburo; at the same meeting, Zhao Ziyang's followers Hu Qili , Rui Yingwen and Yang Mingfa were expelled.

Song Ping is considered conservative and is said to have good relations with the party veteran Peng Zhen and the political bureau member Yao Yilin , a former fellow student. Song Ping was among those who convinced the provincial leaders of the right to impose martial law on Beijing in 1989. Most recently he was director of the Central Committee's organizational department and thus worked for the transfer and promotion of officials in the party and the state apparatus.

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  1. 「说道」 山东 人.中国 社会 出版社, 1995, p. 159/160 limited preview in Google book search