Liu Jiayi

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Liu Jiayi
刘家义
Communist Party Secretary of Shandong
Assumed office
April 2017
Deputy Gong Zheng (Governor)
Preceded by Jiang Yikang
Personal details
Born (1956-08-00)August 1956
Kai County, Sichuan
Nationality Chinese
Political party Communist Party of China
Alma mater Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

Liu Jiayi (Chinese: 刘家义; pinyin: Liú Jiāyì; born August 1956) is the current Communist Party Secretary of Shandong, and former Auditor General of the People's Republic of China.

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Born in Kai County, Sichuan (now part of Chongqing municipality), Liu graduated from Southwestern University of Finance and Economics. After college, he was assigned to work in the audit office of Sichuan Province; in 1988, he was promoted to a position in the Chengdu office of the National Audit Office. In the next few years Liu specialized in commercial audits.

In September 1996, after completing one-year training for young cadres at the Communist Party of China Central Party School, Liu was appointed to the post of deputy auditor general. Following the retirement of Li Jinhua, he was promoted to the office of Auditor General of the People's Republic of China in March 2008, he was conferred the Grand Decoration of Honor in Gold with Sash, a state honor of Austria, on May 25, 2016.[1]

He was transferred to Shandong province to become party chief there in 2017.[2]

He is a senior auditor and a member of the 17th and 18th Central Committees of the Communist Party of China.

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Party political offices
Preceded by
Jiang Yikang
Communist Party Secretary of Shandong
2017–present
Incumbent
Political offices
Preceded by
Li Jinhua
Auditor General of the People's Republic of China
2008–2017
Succeeded by
Hu Zejun