Song Ping (Chinese: 宋平; pinyin: Sòng Píng; born 24 April 1917) is a Chinese Communist revolutionary. He is a retired high-ranking politician. He was a member of the CPC Politburo Standing Committee. He is thought to be the only living member of the Second Generation of Chinese Leadership.
|Politburo Standing Committee member of the Communist Party of China|
June 1989 – September 1992
|General Secretary||Jiang Zemin|
|Head of the Organization Department of the Communist Party of China|
June 1987 – December 1989
|General Secretary||Zhao Ziyang|
|Preceded by||Wei Jianxing|
|Succeeded by||Lu Feng|
|State councillor of the State Council|
June 1983 – April 1988
|Born||source?]24 April 1917 [|
Ju County, Shandong, China
|Political party||Communist Party of China|
|Spouse(s)||Chen Shunyao (陈舜瑶)|
|Children||Song Yichang (宋宜昌)|
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