陈吉宁的老板朱镕基的大秘李炳军

温家宝秘书田学斌调任水利部 总理秘书都去哪了

2015-08-24 15:56 来源: 大头条

田学斌是谁?

即使看到了这位国务院研究室第一副主任调任水利部副部长的任命,很多小伙伴还是对不上号。

如果告诉大家,他是温家宝的秘书,关注点马上就来了——能当上总理秘书的人,才能和经历可不一般。

田学斌仕途起步于甘肃,后来到中央党校培训部读研究生,毕业后留在北京并进入中央国家机关。1992年到2008年这长达16年的时间里,他先后在中办、国办当秘书。2003年后,他的总理秘书身份被公开,河北省阜城县政协原主席多方如曾在《回忆温总理视察阜城》一文中,提及田学斌作为总理秘书陪同考察。在2004年的全国人代会上,温家宝曾对甘肃代表团的会宁代表说:“你们会宁是状元县,我的秘书也是会宁人。”温家宝所指的秘书就是田学斌。

田学斌于2008年离开秘书岗位,升任国务院研究室副主任,45岁成为副部级干部,也算是同龄人中的佼佼者。

田学斌

县以上党政机关领导干部的秘书,一般具有机要性质。从中央到地方,各党政机关都会从相应的机关工作人员中为领导选配秘书。在政府序列中,级别和规格最高的秘书就是总理秘书了。每一位总理都配有一个专司服务保障工作的“办公室”,办公室主任多为副部级官员,下面包括秘书、警卫、机要等几个部门。秘书们常年伴随总理左右,比一般干部获得了更多的学习和锻炼机会,一旦有机会外放地方,随之展现出很强的施政才能,他们中的很多人也成为了高级领导干部,比如朱镕基、温家宝两位前总理的秘书,均成为了部级高官。不过,由于常年从事机要工作,他们行事低调,曾经的秘书经历往往鲜为人知。

下面,我们就来认识一下这几位总理秘书。

国家税务总局副局长丘小雄

北大高材生丘小雄曾长期担任温家宝秘书。自1985年温家宝调任中办后,他就在温家宝的领导下工作。2003年,温家宝出任总理后,丘小雄随之成为总理办公室主任,并晋升副部级。2008年,丘小雄又以国务院副秘书长身份兼任总理办公室主任,直到2011年转任国税总局副局长。

公开的温家宝活动影像中,我们常能看到丘小雄的身影,其中最著名的一幅画面便是他在2008年汶川大地震中全程陪同温家宝现场指挥救援工作。

经济学科班出身的丘具有很强的理论素养,2011年全国人代会上,温家宝作政府工作报告重点说明“十二五”规划。不到一个月,丘小雄就在《求是》上撰文,进一步阐述和解读了“十二五”时期我国经济社会发展的总体思路。这在当时被视作最权威的解读之一。

文化部副部长项兆伦

丘小雄调任国税总局后,接任总理办公室主任的是项兆伦。项兆伦在政府智囊机构任职的经历丰富,上调国办前,他曾在江苏省委研究室和中央财经领导小组工作。接手温办前,项兆伦就已经是副部级的国务院副秘书长了。

2013年温家宝卸任后,项兆伦转任文化部副部长,分管文化部政策法规司,负责全国文化艺术方针政策法规法律制定、国家文化发展规划、文化体制改革工作,项兆伦对这些事务并不陌生,因为温家宝在任时就十分关注中国文化事业的发展,温家宝曾在全国人代会的记者会上多次表示“文化是一个国家的灵魂、文化改变一个民族的命运”,同时更提出过“国家的实力不仅在于经济,文化事业发展同样重要”的发展思路。

广东省委常委、统战部部长林雄

林雄到中办工作的时间,比上述几位秘书都要早。在温家宝主政中办期间,林雄就为他服务。而林雄离开中办的时间也最早,1994年,林雄就到改革开放前沿广东工作,便一直留在当地,转任多个地级领导后,他于2006年晋升广东省委常委,步入副部级官员行列。

2008年,一则关于四川凉山童工被拐骗到东莞打工的报道引起了中央的重视,温家宝亲自作出批示过问,已到省委工作的林雄也表态要彻查童工问题。

国务院发展研究中心主任李伟

李伟是近几届总理秘书中唯一的一位正部,今年62岁的李伟,八十年代后期就开始在时任上海市长朱镕基身边工作,并随朱镕基一同调往北京。1998年,朱镕基出任总理,李伟则升任总理办公室主任兼国研室副主任。朱镕基卸任后,李伟后到银监会和国资委工作,这是朱镕基在任时高度关注的领域。

2010年,李伟出任中南海核心智囊机构国务院发展研究中心党组书记,此后又担任主任,2013年国研中心推出的“383”改革方案,被外界认为是李伟的“代表作”。

发改委原副主任张国宝在回忆录中曾提及李伟。在西气东输工程的一次讨论会上,朱镕基当面询问张国宝上海气价,张国宝的表述让朱镕基觉得有疑问,朱镕基便使了一个眼色给李伟,让李伟给时任上海市长徐匡迪打电话核实。

民政部副部长顾朝曦

现任民政部副部长顾朝曦也曾担任过朱镕基秘书。顾朝曦原是一名北大教师,1985年后调入国办工作,后为朱镕基服务。

顾朝曦在朱镕基卸任之前调离朱办,转任国家旅游局副局长,期间还参与过2010年上海世博会的申办工作。2007年,顾朝曦远赴西南边陲云南任副省长,升任副部,并推动了云南新机场的建设以及云南与东盟国家的往来。十八大前夕,他调回北京,担任民政部副部长。

江西省委常委、赣州市委书记李炳军

2009年《朱镕基答记者问》出版后,瞬间洛阳纸贵,成为当时最畅销的图书。出版过程中,强大的编辑队伍功不可没,担任出版总协调人的正是李炳军。

李炳军在朱办主任工作多年,但年纪并不大,1963年出生的他是朱镕基身边秘书中最小的一位。朱镕基退休后,李炳军仍然伴随左右,并升任副部级秘书。2013年,李炳军外放江西担任副省长。此后,江西省委因赵智勇被查,尚勇、王文涛调走而出现多个岗位空缺,李炳军得以补位,成为该省最年轻的省委常委,前途可期。

【几位副总理的秘书】

科技部纪检组长郭向远

现任科技部纪检组长的郭向远是李岚清担任副总理期间的秘书,郭向远1983年从北师大毕业后便长期在中央工作,先后经历过中办、国办多个岗位,2005年出任教育部部长助理,升任副部,2008年12月,郭向远被调到科技部工作。

公开资料显示,李岚清退休后视察清华大学、参观科技专题展、发布个人音乐作品集时,郭向远都亲自到场,显示出对老领导的敬意。

山东省委常委、常务副省长孙伟

孙伟北大毕业,2000年6月起成为时任副总理吴邦国的秘书,2003年7月任全国人大常委会委员长办公室主任,继续跟随吴邦国。2011年,他回到老家山东,任省委常委、副省长。

国家发改委副主任林念修

林念修理工科出身,早在国家计委期间就跟随曾培炎,2003年,曾担任副总理,林也随之成为副总理秘书。2007年12月,林念修与中国农业大学校长陈章良一起“空降”广西,担任自治区政府副主席。在当时,两位“60后”京官同时赴桂任职,还引起了一番不小的轰动。

在广西,林念修对推动北部湾发展规划上升为国家战略付出了不少心血,上调发改委后,林念修主管产业工作,肩上的担子颇重。

中央驻港联络办副主任仇鸿

女领导配女秘书。“铁娘子”吴仪身边用的女秘书叫仇鸿。仇鸿学外语出身,对外贸工作非常熟悉。离开国办后,仇鸿调任商务部部长助理,一干5年。随后南下,先后任中央驻澳门和香港联络办副主任。历史上,商务部与香港华润集团、澳门南光集团渊源颇深,相互之间人员流动十分频繁。仇鸿对港澳事务亦是十分熟悉。

陕西省政协副主席孙清云

刚刚退居二线不久的孙清云是山东人,从山东开始便一直在姜春云身边服务,后担任副总理秘书。1998年,孙清云外调陕西工作,从西安副市长一直干到省委副书记。孙清云具有很强的文字能力,许多陕西干部都为孙字斟句酌改文件的扎实工作作风点赞。

徐州市委副书记殷本杰

2010年10月11日,中华职业教育社温暖工程实施15周年座谈会上,殷本杰首次公开以回良玉秘书身份亮相。资料显示,殷本杰是安徽人,至今还不到40岁,是回良玉担任江苏省委书记和国务院副总理期间的秘书。2015年2月,殷本杰前往徐州挂职锻炼。

英文翻译

Chen Jining’s boss Zhu Rongji’s top secret Li Bingjun
Wen Jiabao’s secretary Tian Xuebin was transferred to the Ministry of Water Resources. Where have all the Prime Minister’s secretaries gone?
2015-08-24 15:56 Source: Big Toutiao

Who is Tian Xuebin?

Even after seeing the appointment of the first deputy director of the Research Office of the State Council as deputy minister of the Ministry of Water Resources, many friends are still confused.

If you tell everyone that he is Wen Jiabao’s secretary, the focus will immediately come – the talent and experience of a person who can become the Prime Minister’s secretary are extraordinary.

Tian Xuebin started his official career in Gansu, and later went to the Training Department of the Central Party School to study as a graduate student. After graduation, he stayed in Beijing and entered the central state organs. For 16 years from 1992 to 2008, he worked as a secretary in the General Office of the CPC Central Committee and the General Office of the State Council. After 2003, his identity as the Prime Minister’s Secretary was made public. Duo Fangru, the former Chairman of the CPPCC in Fucheng County, Hebei Province, once mentioned in the article “Recalling Premier Wen’s Inspection to Fucheng” that Tian Xuebin accompanied the inspection as the Prime Minister’s Secretary. At the National People’s Congress in 2004, Wen Jiabao once said to the Huining representative of the Gansu delegation: “Your Huining is the number one county, and my secretary is also from Huining.” The secretary Wen Jiabao was referring to was Tian Xuebin.

Tian Xuebin left his position as secretary in 2008 and was promoted to deputy director of the Research Office of the State Council. He became a deputy ministerial cadre at the age of 45 and was considered a leader among his peers.

Tian Xuebin
Secretaries to leading cadres of party and government agencies above the county level are generally of a confidential nature. From the central to local governments, all party and government agencies will select secretaries for leaders from among the corresponding agency staff. In the government hierarchy, the secretary with the highest rank and specification is the Prime Minister’s Secretary. Each prime minister is assigned an “office” dedicated to service and support work. The director of the office is mostly a deputy ministerial-level official, and the following includes secretaries, security, confidential and other departments. Secretaries accompany the Prime Minister all year round and have more learning and training opportunities than ordinary cadres. Once they have the opportunity to work in other places, they show strong governance skills. Many of them have also become senior leading cadres, such as Zhu Rongji and Wen Jiabao, two former secretaries of prime ministers, have become senior ministerial officials. However, because they have been engaged in confidential work all year round, they keep a low profile and their past secretarial experience is often unknown.

Next, let’s get to know these prime minister’s secretaries.

Qiu Xiaoxiong, Deputy Director of the State Administration of Taxation
Qiu Xiaoxiong, a top student at Peking University, served as Wen Jiabao’s secretary for a long time. He has worked under Wen Jiabao’s leadership since he was transferred to the Central Office in 1985. After Wen Jiabao became Prime Minister in 2003, Qiu Xiaoxiong became the Director of the Prime Minister’s Office and was promoted to deputy ministerial level. In 2008, Qiu Xiaoxiong served as deputy secretary-general of the State Council and director of the Prime Minister’s Office until 2011 when he was transferred to deputy director of the State Administration of Taxation.

We can often see Qiu Xiaoxiong in the public images of Wen Jiabao’s activities. One of the most famous scenes is that he accompanied Wen Jiabao on site to direct the rescue work during the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake.

Qiu, who studied economics, has strong theoretical literacy. At the 2011 National People’s Congress, Wen Jiabao delivered a government work report focusing on the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan”. In less than a month, Qiu Xiaoxiong wrote an article in Qiushi, further elaborating and interpreting the overall thinking of my country’s economic and social development during the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan” period. This was regarded as one of the most authoritative interpretations at the time.

Xiang Zhaolun, Vice Minister of Culture
After Qiu Xiaoxiong was transferred to the State Administration of Taxation, Xiang Zhaolun took over as director of the Prime Minister’s Office. Xiang Zhaolun has extensive experience working in government think tanks. Before being promoted to the State Council, he worked in the Research Office of the Jiangsu Provincial Party Committee and the Central Financial and Economic Leading Group. Before taking over Wen’s office, Xiang Zhaolun was already the deputy secretary-general of the State Council at the deputy ministerial level.

After Wen Jiabao resigned in 2013, Xiang Zhaolun was transferred to the position of Vice Minister of Culture, in charge of the Policy and Regulation Department of the Ministry of Culture. He was responsible for the formulation of national cultural and artistic guidelines, policies, regulations and laws, national cultural development planning, and cultural system reform. Xiang Zhaolun was not responsible for these matters. It’s no stranger, because Wen Jiabao paid great attention to the development of China’s cultural undertakings when he was in office. Wen Jiabao once stated many times at the press conference of the National People’s Congress that “culture is the soul of a country, and culture changes the destiny of a nation.” At the same time, he also proposed The development idea of “the strength of a country lies not only in the economy, but also in the development of cultural undertakings”.

Lin Xiong, Member of the Standing Committee of the Guangdong Provincial Committee and Minister of the United Front Work Department
Lin Xiong came to work in the Central Office earlier than the above-mentioned secretaries. When Wen Jiabao was in charge of the Central Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, Lin Xiong served him. Lin Xiong left the Central Office at the earliest time. In 1994, Lin Xiong went to work in Guangdong, the forefront of reform and opening up, and has stayed there ever since. After serving as a number of prefecture-level leaders, he was promoted to the Standing Committee of the Guangdong Provincial Party Committee in 2006. Joined the ranks of deputy ministerial level officials.

In 2008, a report about child laborers in Liangshan, Sichuan, being abducted to work in Dongguan attracted the attention of the central government. Wen Jiabao personally issued instructions to intervene, and Lin Xiong, who had joined the provincial party committee, also stated that he would thoroughly investigate the child labor issue.

Li Wei, Director of the Development Research Center of the State Council
Li Wei is the only full-time secretary to the Prime Minister in recent terms. Li Wei, 62, began working for the then Shanghai Mayor Zhu Rongji in the late 1980s, and was transferred to Beijing with Zhu Rongji. In 1998, Zhu Rongji became Prime Minister, and Li Wei was promoted to Director of the Prime Minister’s Office and Deputy Director of the National Research Office. After Zhu Rongji left office, Li Wei later worked at the China Banking Regulatory Commission and the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission. This was an area of great concern to Zhu Rongji when he was in office.

In 2010, Li Wei served as Party Secretary of the Development Research Center of the State Council, Zhongnanhai’s core think tank, and later served as director. The “383” reform plan launched by the National Research Center in 2013 was considered by the outside world to be Li Wei’s “masterpiece.”

Zhang Guobao, former deputy director of the National Development and Reform Commission, mentioned Li Wei in his memoirs. At a discussion meeting on the West-East Gas Transmission Project, Zhu Rongji asked Zhang Guobao face to face about the gas price in Shanghai. Zhang Guobao’s statement made Zhu Rongji feel suspicious, so Zhu Rongji winked at Li Wei and asked Li Wei to tell the then mayor of Shanghai Xu Kuangdi called to verify.

Vice Minister of Civil Affairs Gu Chaoxi
Gu Chaoxi, the current deputy minister of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, also served as Zhu Rongji’s secretary. Gu Chaoxi was originally a teacher at Peking University. After 1985, he was transferred to the State Council and later worked for Zhu Rongji.

Gu Chaoxi was transferred from the Zhu Office before Zhu Rongji resigned and was transferred to deputy director of the National Tourism Administration. During this period, he also participated in the bid for the 2010 Shanghai World Expo. In 2007, Gu Chaoxi went to the southwest border of Yunnan as the deputy governor and was promoted to deputy minister. He also promoted the construction of Yunnan’s new airport and the exchanges between Yunnan and ASEAN countries. On the eve of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, he was transferred back to Beijing and served as deputy minister of the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

Li Bingjun, Member of the Standing Committee of the Jiangxi Provincial Party Committee and Secretary of the Ganzhou Municipal Party Committee
After the publication of “Zhu Rongji Answers Questions from Reporters” in 2009, paper in Luoyang instantly became expensive and became the best-selling book at the time. In the publishing process, a strong editorial team played an indispensable role, and it was Li Bingjun who served as the general coordinator of publishing.

Li Bingjun has worked for Director Zhu’s Office for many years, but he is not very old. Born in 1963, he is the youngest among Zhu Rongji’s secretaries. After Zhu Rongji retired, Li Bingjun remained with him and was promoted to deputy ministerial secretary. In 2013, Li Bingjun was sent to Jiangxi as deputy governor. After that, the Jiangxi Provincial Party Committee had many job vacancies due to the investigation of Zhao Zhiyong and the transfer of Shang Yong and Wang Wentao. Li Bingjun was able to fill the position and became the youngest member of the Standing Committee of the Provincial Party Committee in the province, with a promising future.

[Secretaries of several deputy prime ministers]

Guo Xiangyuan, leader of the Discipline Inspection Team of the Ministry of Science and Technology
Guo Xiangyuan, currently the head of the Discipline Inspection Team of the Ministry of Science and Technology, was Li Lanqing’s secretary when he was Vice Prime Minister. Guo Xiangyuan has been working in the central government for a long time after graduating from Beijing Normal University in 1983. He has worked in many positions in the Central Office and the State Office, and became the Minister of Education in 2005. Assistant, promoted to deputy department. In December 2008, Guo Xiangyuan was transferred to the Ministry of Science and Technology.

Public information shows that when Li Lanqing inspected Tsinghua University, visited science and technology exhibitions, and released his personal music collection after his retirement, Guo Xiangyuan was personally present, showing his respect for the old leader.

Sun Wei, Member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Shandong Provincial Committee and Executive Vice Governor
Sun Wei graduated from Peking University and became the secretary of then Vice Prime Minister Wu Bangguo in June 2000. In July 2003, he was appointed director of the Office of the Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress and continued to follow Wu Bangguo. In 2011, he returned to his hometown of Shandong and served as member of the Standing Committee of the Provincial Party Committee and deputy governor.

Lin Nianxiu, deputy director of the National Development and Reform Commission
Lin Nian, who majored in repair engineering, followed Zeng Peiyan as early as the State Planning Commission. In 2003, he served as deputy prime minister, and Lin also became the deputy prime minister’s secretary. In December 2007, Lin Nianxiu “airborne” to Guangxi together with Chen Zhangliang, president of China Agricultural University, and served as vice chairman of the autonomous region government. At that time, two “post-60s” Beijing officials went to Guangxi to take up posts at the same time, which caused quite a stir.

In Guangxi, Lin Nianxiu put a lot of effort into promoting the Beibu Gulf development plan to become a national strategy. After the National Development and Reform Commission was raised, Lin Nianxiu was in charge of industrial work and shouldered a heavy burden.

Qiu Hong, Deputy Director of the Liaison Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China in Hong Kong
Female leaders and female secretaries. The female secretary used by “Iron Lady” Wu Yi is named Qiu Hong. Qiu Hong studied foreign languages and is very familiar with foreign trade work. After leaving the State Council, Qiu Hong was transferred to the position of Assistant Minister of Commerce, a position he held for 5 years. Then he went south and served as deputy director of the Central Liaison Office in Macau and Hong Kong. Historically, the Ministry of Commerce has a deep relationship with Hong Kong’s China Resources Group and Macau’s Nam Kwong Group, with frequent personnel movements between them. Qiu Hong is also very familiar with Hong Kong and Macao affairs.

Sun Qingyun, Vice Chairman of the Shaanxi Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference
Sun Qingyun, who had just retired to the second line, was from Shandong. He had been serving Jiang Chunyun since Shandong and later served as the secretary to the deputy prime minister. In 1998, Sun Qingyun was transferred to work in Shaanxi, where he worked from deputy mayor of Xi’an to deputy secretary of the provincial party committee. Sun Qingyun has strong writing skills, and many Shaanxi cadres praised Sun’s solid work style of carefully editing sentences and documents.

Yin Benjie, Deputy Secretary of the Xuzhou Municipal Party Committee
On October 11, 2010, at the 15th anniversary symposium of the China Vocational Education Society’s Warmth Project, Yin Benjie made his first public appearance as Hui Liangyu’s secretary. Information shows that Yin Benjie is from Anhui and is still under 40 years old. He was Hui Liangyu’s secretary when he was secretary of the Jiangsu Provincial Party Committee and deputy prime minister of the State Council. In February 2015, Yin Benjie went to Xuzhou for temporary training.

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