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Nguyen Van Quang elected as Da Nang Party chief for 2020-25 tenure

Thursday, October 22, 2020, 12:12 GMT+7
Nguyen Van Quang elected as Da Nang Party chief for 2020-25 tenure
Delegates cast their votes during the 22nd Congress of the Da Nang Party organization for the 2020-25 tenure in Da Nang City, Vietnam, October 21, 2020. Photo: Huu Kha / Tuoi Tre

Nguyen Van Quang, who was previously deputy secretary of the Party Committee in Da Nang, has been elected as the city’s Party chief for the next five years.

The election took place on Wednesday during the 22nd Congress of the Da Nang Party Committee for the 2020-25 tenure and the results were announced on Thursday morning.

Luong Nguyen Minh Triet, secretary of the Party Committee in Hai Chau District, and Le Trung Chinh, vice-chairman of the municipal People’s Committee were elected as the city’s deputy Party chiefs for the new term.

Eleven other officials were voted as members of the standing committee of the Da Nang Party Committee for the 2020-25 tenure.

Born in the northern city of Hai Phong, Quang holds a doctorate in law and had been deputy secretary of the Da Nang Party Committee since December 31, 2019, when he replaced Vo Cong Tri following his retirement.

In October 2018, Quang was named Party secretary of the Supreme People’s Procuracy for the 2015-20 term.

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