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Hua Guofeng (born Su Zhu; 16 February 1921 – 20 August 2008) was a Chinese politician and Mao Zedong’s successor as Chairman of the Communist Party of China and Premier of China. Hua held the top offices of the government, party, and the military after Mao’s death, but was forced from power by more established party figures in 1978 and thereafter retreated from the political scene.

Originally from Shanxi province, Hua rose to power as a regional official in Hunan between 1949 and 1971, first serving as the prefecture party chief of the Xiangtan, Mao’s home area, then as the party chief in the province during the latter stages of the Cultural Revolution. Hua was elevated to the national stage in early 1976, and was mainly known for his unswerving loyalty to Mao. After the death of Zhou Enlai, Mao elevated Hua to the position of Premier of the State Council, overseeing government work.

On 6 October 1976, shortly after the death of Mao, Hua removed the Gang of Four from political power by arranging for their arrests in Beijing. Afterwards he took on the titles of party chairman and Chairman of the Central Military Commission. Hua is thus far the only leader to have simultaneously held the offices of party leader, premier and CMC chairman.

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