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Huang Jianlong, male, Han nationality, Fuan, Fujian, born in January 1963, member of the League of Democrats, joined the work in August 1985, working postgraduate degree, master of business administration. He is currently the deputy mayor of Ningde City Government of Fujian Province and the chairman of the Ningde City Committee of the NLD.

Since March 1989, he has been the head of Zhaizhong Township, Zherong County, Fujian Province; since March 1990, he has been the head of Dongyuan Township, Zherong County, Fujian Province; since July 1992, he has been assistant to the mayor of Zherong County Government, Fujian Province; since 1993 Became Deputy County Magistrate of Zherong County Government, Fujian Province (during 1995.09—1997.07, and participate in Xiamen University's Business Administration (MBA) study) (Direct); since January 2004, he has been the chairman of the Ningde City Committee of the Fujian NLD; since February 2005, he has been the vice chairman of the Ningde CPPCC of Fujian Province and the chairman of the Ningde City Committee of the NLD; since January 2012 Deputy Mayor of Ningde City Government of Fujian Province, and Chairman of Ningde City Committee of NLD.

The ninth, tenth, and eleventh members of the Fujian Provincial Political Consultative Conference.

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Responsible for ethnic and religious affairs, civil affairs, market supervision and management, counterpart support, and work for the disabled.

In charge of the Municipal Ethnic and Religious Affairs Bureau, the Civil Affairs Bureau (the Municipal Old District Office), and the Municipal Market Supervision Bureau (the Municipal Intellectual Property Office, the Municipal Food Safety Commission).

Contact the Municipal People's Political Consultative Conference, the Municipal Party Committee Veteran Cadres Bureau, the Municipal Disabled Persons' Federation, the Municipal Old Sports Association, and the democratic parties.