Elections for heads of government in several provinces have been completed. Results were dominated by local cadres, with major reshuffles in southern provinces Yunnan and Guangxi. Executive Vice-Governor Li Jiating took over from He Zhiqiang as Yunnan Governor, and Li Zhaozuo was made Guangxi Autonomous Region Chairman, replacing Zhao Fulin who became the head of the provincial people's congress. Professionally trained as an electrical engineer, Mr Li Jiating, 54, graduated from Qinghua University in 1968 and spent many years in Heilongjiang province before he became Yunnan vice-governor in 1993. Mr Li Zhaozuo was formerly the Communist Party secretary of Nanning City, the provincial capital. He was educated locally and reportedly built his career in Guangxi. Liu Mingzu, Communist Party Secretary in Inner Mongolia, has been named Chairman of Inner Mongolia People's Congress. The leadership in provinces including Hunan, Jiangxi, Xinjiang and Qinghai largely remained unchanged. The Chairman of Xinjiang Autonomous Region Abul'ahat Abdurixit was re-elected, as were Jiangxi Governor Shu Shengyou and Hunan Governor Yang Zhengwu. Bai Enpei and Sun Ying also remained governors of Qinghai and Gansu respectively.