Xi Jinping, General Secretary of China, Raised the Rank of GXNU Alumnus Li Zuocheng to Eneral

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China’s Central Military Commission ceremoniously held the rite for raising officers to the rank of general in the August 1st Building in Beijing on the 31st of July. Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China, State President, and Chairman of the Central Military Commission of China, promoted GXNU alumnus Li Zuocheng and ten fellow comrades to the rank of general.

Fan Changlong, Vice chairman of the Central Military Commission, read off the order promoting the officers’ ranks to general and police general respectively endorsed by Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang, Premier of State Council. The members of the Central Military commission, Wan Quan, Fang Fenghui, Zhang Yang, Zhao Keshi, Zhang Youxia, Wu Shengli, Ma Xiaofu, Wei Feng attended the ceremony. The four headquarters and units stationed in Beijing as well as leaders of the Central Commission General Office also attended the ceremony. The ceremony was hosted by Xu Qiliang, who was the Vice-Chairman of the Central Military Commission.

Li Zuocheng, who graduated from our school, is the commander of the Chengdu Military Region of the People’s Liberation Army. He majored in Marxism ideology and political education with a master’s degree. He attended the self-defensive counter-attack on Vietnam in 1979 in which the members in his company were all awarded a first-class merit and his company was named as a dagger heroic company by the Central Military Commission. He was awarded the title of combat hero. At the beginning of 1995, he was named Top Civil Servant.

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