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18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China
18th Central Committee
17th 
-> 19th
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Emblem of the Communist Party of China
Duration15 November 2012 - 23 October 2017
General SecretaryXi Jinping
1st-ranked SecretaryLiu Yunshan
Inner-groupsPolitburo Standing Committee: 7 members
Politburo: 25 members
Secretariat: 7 members
Military Commission: 7 members
No. of departments4
Members205 members and 168 alternates

The 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China was elected by the 18th National Congress on 15 November 2012, and sat in plenary sessions until the communing of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in 2017. It was formally proceeded by the 17th Central Committee.

The Committee is composed of full members and alternate members.[1] A member has voting rights, while an alternate does not.[1] If a full member is removed from the CC the vacancy is then filled by an alternate member at the next committee plenum -- the alternate member who received the most confirmation votes in favour is highest on the order of precedence.[1] To be elected to the Central Committee, a candidate must be a party member for at least five years.[1]

The first plenary session in 2012 was responsible for electing the bodies in which the authority of the Central Committee was invested when it was not in session: the Politburo and the Politburo Standing Committee. It was also responsible for approving the members of the Secretariat, Central Commission of Discipline Inspection and its Standing Committee. The second plenary session in March 2013 was responsible for nominating candidates for state positions.

The remaining plenary sessions of the 18th Central Committee were known for announcing a wide range of reform programs on a scale unprecedented since the Deng era, including "comprehensively deepening reforms", "ruling the country according to law", and complete the construction of a "moderately prosperous society". The 18th CC also saw the highest number of members expelled from the body due to corruption in the party's history.

The 18th CC was elected using the method "more candidates than seats".[2][a] At the 18th National Congress, delegates could vote for 224 possible candidates for 205 seats for full membership, and 190 candidates for the 171 alternate members.[4] 8.5 percent of the member candidates and 10 percent of the alternate candidates failed to be elected.[4] Of the 373 full and alternate members, 184 of them (i.e., 48.9 percent) were elected to the Central Committee for the first time.[5] Five of the nine members born in the 1960s were associated with the Communist Youth League (designated as Tuanpai by foreign commentators).[6]

Few offspring of previously high-standing officials (known as "princelings") managed to obtain full membership on the 18th CC, though a few were named alternate members.[b][6] The number of members who worked in central-controlled state-owned enterprises increased from one in the 17th CC to six, while Zhang Ruimin (head of Haier) was re-elected.[7] The number of members from the military remained constant from the previous committee at around 20 percent, continuing a longstanding tradition.[6]

Keys

Abbreviations
IDUCC Institutions Directly Under the Central Committee
K Keys
CIM Central institution membership, which in this instance means membership in the PSC, PB, ST and CMC
PSC Standing Committee of the Political Bureau
PB Political Bureau
ST Secretariat
CMC Central Military Commission
SC-CCDI Standing Committee of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
CCDI Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
CPPCC Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
NL National Leader
DNL Deputy National Leader
PM Provincial-Ministerial
SPM Sub-provincial (vice-ministerial)
DE Department-prefecture level
Adm. Admiral
V-Adm. Vice-Admiral
Gen. General
Lt. Gen. Lieutenant General
Maj. Gen. Major General
Keys
? Indicates that the individual is female.
? Indicates that the individual was elevated from alternate to member
? Indicates that the individual was expelled from the Communist Party after CCDI investigation.
? Indicates that the individual was placed under investigation by the CCDI and disciplined,
but the results have not been publicly announced, or that they have been demoted but not expelled from the party
? Indicates that the individual is retired from active political positions[c]
§ Indicates that the individual is military personnel.
Indicates that the individual is military personnel and has retired from active military service.
Note If two keys are used in the same column it indicates that the individual is both of something. For instance,
"?§" indicates that the individual is female (?) and military personnel (§).

Plenums

Plenum Start-end Length Summary
1st Plenary Session 15 November 2012 1 day Xi Jinping was elected General Secretary and CMC Chairman. A 25-member Politburo, 7-member Politburo Standing Committee and seven member Secretariat with Liu Yunshan as first-ranking secretary were elected. The plenum approved the composition SC-CCDI elected by the CCDI 1st Plenary Session, and the election of Wang Qishan as CCDI Secretary, CCDI Secretary-General and several CCDI deputy secretaries.
2nd Plenary Session 26-28 February 2013 3 days The meeting approved lists of nominees for leading posts within the 12th National People's Congress and the 12th CPPCC National Committee, as well as a State Council restructuring plan aimed at a "simpler and decentralized administration".[8]
3rd Plenary Session 9-12 November 2013 4 days Xi Jinping made a report on behalf of the Politburo titled '"The Decision on Major Issues Concerning Comprehensively Deepening Reforms".[9] Market allocation of resources was given, in official speech, a "decisive role".[10] Procedures were taken to liberalize the banking system, with the goal of achieving significant results by 2020.[10] The National Security Commission and the Central Leading Group for Comprehensively Deepening Reforms were established, and both are led by Xi.[10] The meeting anticipated the abolition of re-education through labour and an easing to the one-child policy.[10]
4th Plenary Session 20-23 October 2014 4 days It passed a comprehensive package of legal reforms.[11] The decision upheld the supremacy of Communist Party rule and emphasized the importance of the Constitution.[11] It resolved to establish circuit tribunals (?) and cross-jurisdictional circuit courts and prosecution agencies.[12] The decision also said that management of court resources of in municipal and lower level courts would be managed directly by the provincial level.[12] The Central Committee passed resolution to expel Yang Jinshan, Jiang Jiemin, and Li Dongsheng, officials who have been dismissed during the anti-corruption campaign launched after the 1st Plenary Session.[11]
5th Plenary Session 26-29 October 2015[13] 4 days The session passed a draft of the 13th five-year plan, with provisions for combating poverty. Secondary education for children of less well-off families will gradually be made free, including any school fees; the document also called for a "comprehensively well-off society" by 2020 and a total elimination of "poverty counties" (pinkunxian), and a universal relaxation of the one-child policy: any married couples could now have two children. The Central Committee passed a resolution confirming the expulsion of CC members Ling Jihua, Zhou Benshun, Yang Dongliang, and CC alternate members Zhu Mingguo, Wang Min, Chen Chuanping, Qiu He, Yang Weize, Pan Yiyang, and Yu Yuanhui from the party; at the time, this was the largest ever number of CC members expelled during any CC plenum due to corruption; the record was broken two years later at the 7th plenum.[14]
6th Plenary Session 24-27 October 2016 4 days The 6th plenum's main focus was on "strict discipline and supervision of the Communist Party." Xi Jinping strove for greater transparency in the decision-making process in local governance, which also represents his effort to establish a positive image of China's Communist Party overseas. This is in addition to his actively promoted anti-corruption campaign within China's political system. Xi was declared the "leadership core" of the party. The Central Committee passed a resolution confirming the expulsion of CC member Wang Min, and CC alternate members Lü Xiwen, Fan Changmi, and Niu Zhizhong.[15]
7th Plenary Session 11-14 October 2017 4 days The 7th plenum was the final plenary session of the 18th Central Committee, convened to affirm achievements of the past five years and laying the groundwork for the 19th Party Congress. The plenum confirmed the expulsion of Sun Zhengcai, Wu Aiying,[d]Su Shulin, Wang Sanyun, Xiang Junbo, Wang Jianping, Tian Xiusi, Li Yunfeng, Yang Chongyong, and Mo Jiancheng from the Communist Party; confirmed the two-year party probation issued to Li Liguo and Yang Huanning; confirmed the removal of Zhang Xiwu from all party positions. The plenum saw the greatest number of expulsions at a single plenum post-Cultural Revolution party history.[16]

Apparatus

Heads of department-level institutions

Institution Name
(birth-death)
Hanzi Took office Left office Tenure
Central Commission for Discipline Inspection Organs Wang Qishan
(born 1948)
15 November 2012 25 October 2017 4 years and 344 days
Central International Liaison Department Wang Jiarui
(born 1949)
15 November 2012 16 November 2015 3 years and 1 day
Song Tao
(born 1955)
16 November 2015 Incumbent 4 years and 142 days
Central Organization Department Zhao Leji
(born 1957)
15 November 2012 25 October 2017 4 years and 344 days
Central Policy Research Office Wang Huning
(born 1955)
15 November 2012 Incumbent 7 years and 143 days
Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission Meng Jianzhu
(born 1947)
15 November 2012 25 October 2017 4 years and 344 days
Central Publicity Department Liu Qibao
(born 1953)
21 November 2012 25 October 2017 4 years and 338 days
Central Taiwan Task Office Wang Yi
(born 1953)
15 November 2012 17 March 2013 122 days
Zhang Zhijun
(born 1953)
17 March 2013 Incumbent 7 years and 20 days
Central United Front Work Department Ling Jihua
(born 1956)
15 November 2012 31 December 2013 2 years and 46 days
Sun Chunlan
(born 1950)
31 December 2014 25 October 2017 2 years and 298 days
General Office Li Zhanshu
(born 1950)
15 November 2012 25 October 2017 4 years and 344 days
General Office of the Central Institutional Organization Commission Wang Yongqing
(born 1959)
15 November 2012 April 2013 137 days
Zhang Jinan
(born 1957)
April 2013 Incumbent 7 years and 5 days
General Office of the Central Leading Group for Financial and Economic Affairs Zhu Zhixin
(born 1949)
15 November 2012 March 2013 106 days
Liu He
(born 1952)
March 2013 Incumbent 7 years and 36 days
General Office of the Foreign Affairs Leading Group Dai Bingguo
(born 1941)
15 November 2012 14 March 2013 119 days
Yang Jiechi
(born 1950)
14 March 2013 Incumbent 7 years and 23 days
International Communications Office Wang Chen
(born 1950)
15 November 2012 14 March 2013 119 days
Cai Mingzhao
(born 1955)
14 March 2013 December 2014 1 year and 262 days
Jiang Jianguo
(born 1956)
January 2015 Incumbent 5 years and 96 days
Working Committee of Organs Directly Under the Central Committee Li Zhanshu
(born 1950)
15 November 2012 25 October 2017 4 years and 344 days

Heads of IDUCC institutions

Institution Name
(birth-death)
Hanzi Took office Left office Tenure
Central Compilation and Translation Bureau Yi Junqing
(born 1958)
15 November 2012 15 January 2013 61 days
Jia Gaojian
(born 1959)
15 January 2013 Incumbent 7 years and 82 days
Central Literature Research Office Leng Rong
(born 1953)
15 November 2012 Incumbent 6 years and 127 days
Central Party History Research Centre Ouyang Song
(born 1948)
15 November 2012 December 2013 1 year and 16 days
Qu Qingshan
(born 1957)
December 2013 Incumbent 6 years and 127 days
Central Party School Liu Yunshan
(born 1947)
15 January 2013 25 October 2017 4 years and 283 days
China Executive Leadership Academy, Jinggangshan Zhao Leji
(born 1957)
15 November 2012 25 October 2017 4 years and 344 days
China Executive Leadership Academy, Pudong
China Executive Leadership Academy, Yan'an
Guangming Daily He Dongping
(born 1955)
15 November 2012 Incumbent 7 years and 143 days
People's Daily Zhang Yannong
(born 1948)
15 November 2012 30 April 2014 1 year and 166 days
Yang Zhenwu
(born 1955)
30 April 2014 Incumbent 5 years and 342 days
Qiushi Li Baoshan
(born 1955)
15 November 2012 30 April 2014 1 year and 166 days
Li Jie
(born 1955)
1 May 2014 Incumbent 5 years and 341 days

Membership

Members

Notes
  • Name, Ethnicity, Office, Rank and institutional membership are listed in accordance with the Hanzi column, but can be sorted alphabetical by pressing the button next to the column titles.
  • The Hanzi column is listed according to the number of strokes in their surnames, which is the official ordering method.
  • Ranks listed are the highest rank each individual held during their term; if they were promoted from sub-provincial level to provincial-ministerial level during their term on the Central Committee, they would be listed under a provincial-ministerial level rank; military ranks are listed separately from civilian ranks, with the exception of military officials who hold positions on civilian bodies, in which case both military and civilian ranks are listed
  • The Office column lists offices that the individual held during their term on the Central Committee (i.e. between 2012 and 2017) and is not intended to be an exhaustive list of offices they held over the course of their career; if the individual was transferred between different offices, dates are included to indicate the time period they held each office. Generally, offices held between the conclusion of the 18th Party Congress and the National People's Congress in March 2013 are excluded. Dates reflect the term of office only within the duration of the CC session; therefore someone whose term in parentheses indicates 2012–2015, for example, does not necessarily imply that they held the office beginning in 2012; similarly, those whose term ends in 2017 does not necessarily indicate that they relinquished that office in 2017.
  • Only substantive offices are listed; for example it is customary that an individual will hold office both as provincial party secretary and chair of the provincial People's Congress. In this table, the latter title is not listed.
Name
(birth-death)
Hanzi K Ethnicity Office Rank Portrait CIM & CCDI
membership
Yu Guangzhou
(born 1953)
--
Han Director, General Administration of Customs
PM
--
--
Xi Jinping
(born 1953)
--
Han General Secretary, Central Committee
Chairman, Central Military Commission
President of the People's Republic of China
Chairman, National Security Commission
NL
a smiling man, wearing a suit and a checked tie while looking straight into the camera PSC, PB, CMC
Ma Kai
(born 1946)
--
Han Vice Premier, State Council
DNL
a man looking leftwards (away from the camera), wearing a suit and a red tie PB
Ma Biao
(born 1954)
--
Zhuang Vice Chairman, National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
DNL
--
--
Ma Xingrui
(born 1959)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Guangdong Provincial Committee (2013–2015)
Secretary, Shenzhen Municipal Committee (2015–2017)
Governor of Guangdong (2017)
PM
a serious looking man, wearing suit and a blue tie
--
Ma Xiaotian
(born 1949)
§ Han Commander-in-chief, People's Liberation Army Air Force
Gen.
a man with a short haircut, wearing a military uniform CMC
Wang Jun
(born 1952)
? Han Secretary, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Regional Committee (2012–2016)
PM
--
--
Wang Xia
(born 1954)
? Han Secretary, Central Committee of the All-China Federation of Supply and Marketing Cooperation
PM
--
--
Wang Min
(born 1950)
Han Secretary, Liaoning Provincial Committee (2012-2015)
PM
--
--
Wang Yong
(born 1955)
--
Han State Councillor
DNL
--
--
Wang Chen
(born 1950)
--
Han Vice Chairman, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
Secretary-General, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
PM
--
--
Wang Yi
(born 1953)
--
Han Minister of Foreign Affairs
PM
a man, wearing a suit and a black-greenish tie with a People's Republic of China badge on the right side of his suit
--
Wang Sanyun
(born 1952)
Han Secretary, Gansu Provincial Committee (2012–2017)
PM
--
--
Wang Wanbin
(born 1949)
--
Han Executive Deputy Secretary-General, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
PM
--
--
Wang Yupu
(born 1956)
--
Han Vice President, Chinese Academy of Engineering (2013–2015)
Chairman, Sinopec (2015–2017)
Director, State Administration of Work Safety (2017)
PM
--
--
Wang Zhengwei
(born 1957)
--
Hui Vice-Chairman, Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
Chairman, State Ethnic Affairs Commission (2012–2016)
DNL
a man with a choppy haircut, wearing a suit and a tie while holding looking rightwards (away from the camera)
--
Wang Dongming
(born 1956)
--
Han Secretary, Sichuan Provincial Committee
PM
--
--
Wang Guangya
(born 1950)
? Han Director, Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office (2012–2017)
PM
a nearly bald man, wearing glasses, a suit and a purple tie
--
Wang Weiguang
(born 1950)
--
Han President, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
PM
--
--
Wang Anshun
(born 1957)
--
Han Mayor of Beijing (2012–2016)
Party Secretary, Development Research Center of the State Council (2016–2017)
PM
--
--
Wang Zhigang[e]
(born 1958)
--
Han Secretary, Party Branch of the Ministry of Science and Technology
PM
--
--
Wang Qishan
(born 1948)
--
Han Secretary, Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
NL
a smiling nearly bald man, wearing a suit and a blue tie PSC, PB,
SC-CCDI, CCDI
Wang Huning
(born 1955)
--
Han Director, Policy Research Office
DNL
Wang Huning 2013.jpg PB
Wang Guosheng
(born 1956)
--
Han Governor of Hubei (2012–2016)
Secretary, Qinghai Provincial Committee (2016–2017)
PM
--
--
Wang Xuejun
(born 1952)
? Han Governor of Anhui (2013–2015)
Secretary, Anhui Provincial Committee (2015–2016)
PM
--
--
Wang Jianping
(born 1953)
Han Commander, People's Armed Police (2012–2014)
Deputy Chief of Staff, People's Liberation Army (2014–2016)
Gen.
--
--
Wang Shengjun
(born 1946)
--
Han Vice Chairman, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
DNL
--
--
Wang Hongyao
(born 1951)
§ Han Political Commissar, People's Liberation Army General Armaments Department
Gen.
--
--
Wang Xiankui
(born 1952)
? Han Secretary, Heilongjiang Provincial Committee (2013–2017)
PM
--
--
Wang Guanzhong
(born 1953)
§ Han Deputy Chief of Staff, People's Liberation Army
Gen.
Wang Guanzhong
--
Wang Jiarui
(born 1949)
--
Han Head, International Liaison Department (2012–2015)
Vice Chairman, Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
DNL
a serious looking nearly bald man, wearing a suit and a dark coloured tie while holding a piece of paper
--
Wang Jiaocheng
(born 1952)
§ Han Commander, Shenyang Military Region
Gen.
--
--
Wang Xinxian
(born 1954)
--
Han Chairman, Executive Board of the China Disabled Persons' Federation
--
--
--
Wang Rulin
(born 1953)
? Han Secretary, Jilin Provincial Committee (2012–2014)
Secretary, Shanxi Provincial Committee (2014–2016)
PM
--
--
Zhi Shuping
(born 1953)
--
Han Director, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine
PM
--
--
You Quan
(born 1954)
--
Han Secretary, Fujian Provincial Committee
PM
--
Che Jun
(born 1955)
--
Han Governor of Zhejiang (2016–2017)
Political Commissar, Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (2012–2015)
Deputy Secretary, Xinjiang Autonomous Regional Committee (2012–2016)
PM
--
--
Yin Weimin
(born 1953)
--
Han Minister of Human Resources and Social Security
PM
Yin Weimin.jpg
--
Bayanqolu
(born 1955)
?
--
Mongol Governor of Jilin (2012–2014)
Secretary, Jilin Provincial Committee (2014–2017)
PM
--
--
Bagatur
(born 1955)
--
Mongol Chairman, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (2012–2016)
Chairman, State Ethnic Affairs Commission (2016–2017)
PM
--
--
Lu Zhangong
(born 1952)
--
Han Vice Chairman, National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
DNL
--
--
Ye Xiaowen
(born 1950)
? Han Branch Secretary, Central Institute of Socialism (2012–2016)
PM
--
--
Tian Zhong
(born 1956)
§ Han Commander, North Sea Fleet (2012–2014)
Deputy Commander, People's Liberation Army Navy (2014–2017)
V-Adm.
a man with a cropped haircut, wearing a white military uniform while looking leftwards (away from the camera)
--
Tian Xiusi
(born 1950)
Han Political Commissar, People's Liberation Army Air Force (2012–2015)
Gen.
--
--
Padma Choling
(born 1952)
?
--
Tibetan Chairman, People's Congress of Tibet
PM
a serious-looking man, wearing glasses, a suit and a blue tie while looking rightwards (away from the camera)
--
Bai Chunli
(born 1953)
--
Han President, Chinese Academy of Sciences
PM
a smiling, aged man, wearing glasses, a suit and a blue tie while looking straight into the camera
--
Ling Jihua
(born 1956)
? Han Vice Chairman, National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (2013–2015)
Head, United Front Work Department (2012–2014)
DNL
--
--
Ji Bingxuan
(born 1951)
--
Han Vice Chairman, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
DNL
--
--
Zhu Xiaodan
(born 1953)
? Han Governor of Guangdong (2012–2017)
PM
a smiling with wavy hair, wearing glasses, a suit and a blue tie while looking straight at the camera
--
Zhu Fuxi
(born 1955)
§ Han Political Commissar, Chengdu Military Region
Lt. Gen.
--
--
Quan Zhezhu[f]
(born 1952)
--
Korean Executive Vice Chairman, Central Committee of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce
PM
--
--
Liu Peng
(born 1951)
? Han Secretary, State General Administration of Sports (2012–2016)
PM
--
--
Liu Yuan
(born 1951)
§ Han Political Commissar, General Logistics Department of the People's Liberation Army
Gen.
--
--
Liu He
(born 1952)
--
Han Director, General Office of the Leading Group for Financial and Economic Affairs
PM
--
--
Liu Yunshan
(born 1947)
--
Han President, Central Party School
Chairman, Central Guidance Commission on Building Spiritual Civilization
NL
a smiling, aged man with wavy hair, wearing a suit and a coloured tie PSC, PB, ST
Liu Yazhou
(born 1952)
§ Han Political Commissar, PLA National Defence University
Gen.
--
--
Liu Chengjun
(born 1949)
Han President, PLA Academy of Military Science (2012-2015)
Gen.
--
--
Liu Weiping
(born 1953)
--
Han Governor of Gansu
PM
--
--
Liu Yandong
(born 1945)
? Han Vice Premier, State Council
DNL
a smiling, aged woman, wearing a blue dress (and a black shirt under it), white necklace and standing in front of the American and Chinese national flags PB
Liu Qibao
(born 1953)
--
Han Head, Publicity Department
DNL
Liu Qibao in 2016.jpg PB, ST
Liu Xiaojiang
(born 1949)
? Han Political Commissar, People's Liberation Army Navy (2012-2015)
Adm.
--
--
Liu Jiayi
(born 1955)
--
Han Auditor General of the National Audit Office
PM
--
--
Liu Yuejun
(born 1954)
§ Han Commander, Lanzhou Military Region
Gen.
--
--
Liu Fulian
(born 1953)
§ Han Political Commissar, Beijing Military Region
Gen.
--
--
Xu Dazhe
(born 1956)
--
Han Director, China National Space Administration (2013–2016)
Governor of Hunan (2016–2017)
PM
--
--
Xu Qiliang
(born 1950)
§ Han Vice Chairman, Central Military Commission
DNL Gen.
Xu Qiliang.jpg PB, CMC
Xu Yaoyuan
(born 1952)
§ Han Political Commissar, PLA Academy of Military Science
Gen.
--
--
Sun Huaishan
(born 1957)
? Han Secretary, Party Branch of Organizations Reporting to the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
PM
--
--
Sun Jianguo
(born 1952)
§ Han Deputy Chief of General Staff, People's Liberation Army
Adm.
Sun Jianguo.jpg
--
Sun Chunlan
(born 1950)
? Han Secretary, Tianjin Municipal Committee (2012–2014)
Head, United Front Work Department (2014–2017)
DNL
Sun Chunlan (22551034609) (cropped).jpg PB
Sun Zhengcai
(born 1963)
? Han Secretary, Chongqing Municipal Committee (2012–2017)
DNL
Sun Zhengcai(cropped).jpg PB
Sun Sijing
(born 1951)
§ Han Political Commissar, People's Armed Police Force
Gen.
--
--
Su Shulin
(born 1962)
? Han Governor of Fujian (2012–2015)
PM
--
--
Du Qinglin
(born 1946)
--
Han Vice Chairman, National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
DNL
ST
Du Jincai
(born 1952)
§ Han Deputy Secretary, Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
Secretary, Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Central Military Commission
Gen.
--
SC-CCDI, CCDI
Du Hengyan
(born 1951)
§ Han Political Commissar, Jinan Military Region
Adm.
--
--
Li Wei
(born 1953)
--
Han Director, Development Research Center of the State Council
PM
--
--
Li Bin
(born 1954)
? Han Chairwoman, National Health and Family Planning Commission
PM
--
--
Li Congjun
(born 1949)
? Han President of the Xinhua News Agency (2012-2015)
PM
--
--
Li Dongsheng
(born 1955)
? Han Vice Minister of Public Security (2012-2013)
Director of the 6-10 Office (2012-2013)
PM
--
--
Li Liguo[g]
(born 1953)
? Han Minister of Civil Affairs (2012-2016)
PM
--
--
Li Jiheng
(born 1957)
--
Han Governor of Yunnan (2012–2014)
Secretary, Yunnan Provincial Committee (2014–2016)
Secretary, Inner Mongolia Regional Committee (2016–2017)
PM
--
--
Li Keqiang
(born 1955)
--
Han Premier, State Council
Chairman, State Commission for Public Sector Reform
Chairman, National Defense Mobilization Commission
Chairman, National Energy Commission
Chairman, Central Institutional Organization Commission
NL
a smiling man with a short haircut, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a red tie PSC, PB
Li Xueyong
(born 1950)
? Han Governor of Jiangsu (2012–2015)
PM
a man with a wavy haircut, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a black tie with white dots
--
Li Jianhua
(born 1954)
--
Han Secretary, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Regional Committee (2012–2017)
PM
--
--
Li Jianguo
(born 1946)
--
Han Vice Chairman, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
DNL
--
PB
Li Hongzhong
(born 1956)
--
Han Secretary, Hubei Provincial Committee (2012–2016)
Secretary, Tianjin Municipal Committee (2016–2017)
PM
--
--
Li Yuanchao
(born 1950)
--
Han Vice President of the People's Republic of China
DNL
a smiling man with a long haircut, wearing a white shirt, a suit and a red tie PB
Yang Jing
(born 1953)
--
Mongol Secretary-General, State Council
DNL
a serious looking man with a long haircut, wearing a white shirt, a suit and a blue tie with white stripes ST
Yang Chuantang
(born 1954)
--
Han Minister of Transport
PM
--
--
Yang Jinshan
(born 1954)
Han Deputy Commander of the Chengdu Military Region (2012–2013)
Lt. Gen.
--
--
Yang Dongliang
(born 1954)
? Han Director, State Administration of Work Safety (2012–2015)
PM
--
--
Yang Jiechi
(born 1950)
--
Han State Councillor
DNL
a smiling man with a cropped haircut, wearing glasses and a blue shirt
--
Yang Huanning[h]
(born 1957)
? Han Executive Deputy Minister of Public Security (2012–2015)
Director, State Administration of Work Safety (2015–2017)
PM
--
--
Xiao Gang
(born 1958)
--
Han Chairman, China Securities Regulatory Commission
PM
a man seated, with a wavy haircut, wearing a blue shirt, a suit and a blue tie
--
Xiao Jie
(born 1957)
--
Han Deputy Secretary-General, State Council
PM
--
--
Wu Changde
(born 1952)
§ Han Deputy Director, People's Liberation Army General Political Department
Gen.
--
--
Wu Shengli
(born 1945)
§ Han Commander, People's Liberation Army Navy
Adm.
a man rendering honours (showcased by his left arm), wearing a dark military uniform CMC
Wu Aiying
(born 1951)
Han Minister of Justice (2012–2017)
PM
--
--
Wu Xinxiong[i]
(born 1949)
? Han Director, National Energy Administration (2012-2015)
PM
--
--
He Yiting
(born 1952)
--
Han Executive Vice President, Central Party School
PM
--
--
Leng Rong
(born 1953)
--
Han Chairman, Central Literature Research Office
--
--
--
Wang Yang
(born 1955)
--
Han Vice Premier, State Council
DNL
a man with a wavy haircut, wearing a white shirt, a suit and a blue tie PB
Wang Yongqing
(born 1959)
--
Han Secretary-General, Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission
Deputy Secretary-General, State Council
PM
--
--
Shen Yueyue
(born 1957)
? Han Vice Chair, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
Chair, Central Committee of the All-China Women's Federation
DNL
--
--
Shen Deyong
(born 1954)
--
Han Executive Vice President, Supreme People's Court
PM
--
--
Song Dahan
(born 1952)
--
Han Director, Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council
PM
--
--
Song Xiuyan
(born 1955)
? Han Secretary, Party Branch of the All-China Women's Federation
First Secretary, Secretariat of the All-China Women's Federation
PM
--
--
Zhang Yang
(1951-2017)
§ Han Deputy Director, People's Liberation Army General Political Department
Gen.
--
CMC
Zhang Mao
(born 1954)
--
Han Director, State Administration for Industry and Commerce
PM
--
--
Zhang Yi
(born 1950)
? Han Director, State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (2012-2017)
PM
--
--
Zhang Youxia
(born 1950)
§ Han Director, People's Liberation Army General Armaments Department
Gen.
--
CMC
Zhang Shibo
(born 1952)
§ Han President, PLA National Defence University (2014–)
Commander, Beijing Military Region (2012–2014)
Gen.
--
--
Zhang Qingwei
(born 1961)
--
Han Governor of Hebei
PM
--
--
Zhang Qingli
(born 1951)
--
Han Vice Chairman, National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
Secretary-General, National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
DNL
--
--
Zhang Zhijun
(born 1953)
--
Han Director, Taiwan Affairs Office
PM
--
--
Zhang Guoqing
(born 1964)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Chongqing Municipal Committee (2013–2016)
Mayor of Chongqing (2016–)
PM
--
--
Zhang Baoshun
(born 1950)
? Han Secretary, Anhui Provincial Committee (2012-2015)
PM
--
--
Zhang Chunxian
(born 1953)
--
Han Secretary, Xinjiang Autonomous Regional Committee
DNL
--
PB
Zhang Gaoli
(born 1946)
--
Han Vice Premier, State Council
NL
a seated man with a short haircut, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a red tie with white dots PSC, PB
Zhang Haiyang
(born 1949)
Han Political Commissar, Second Artillery Corps (2012-2015)
Gen.
--
--
Zhang Yijiong
(born 1955)
--
Han Executive Deputy Head, United Front Work Department
PM
--
--
Zhang Dejiang
(born 1946)
--
Han Chairman, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
NL
a serious looking man with a wavy haircut, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a red tie with white stripes and looking leftwards (away from the camera) PSC, PB
Lu Hao
(born 1967)
--
Han Governor of Heilongjiang
PM
--
--
Chen Xi
(born 1953)
--
Han Executive Deputy Head, Organization Department
PM
--
--
Chen Lei
(born 1954)
--
Han Minister of Water Resources
PM
--
--
Chen Quanguo
(born 1955)
--
Han Secretary, Xinjiang Regional Committee (2016–)
Secretary, Tibet Regional Committee (2011–2016)
PM
--
--
Chen Qiufa
(born 1954)
--
Miao Chairman of the Hunan People's Political Consultative Conference (2013–2015)
Governor of Liaoning (2015–2017)
PM
--
--
Chen Baosheng
(born 1956)
--
Han Vice President, China National School of Administration
Party Secretary, China National School of Administration
PM
--
--
Chen Zhenggao
(born 1952)
--
Han Minister of Housing and Urban-Rural Development
PM
--
--
Chen Min'er
(born 1960)
--
Han Governor of Guizhou (2012–2015)
Secretary, Guizhou Provincial Committee (2015–2017)
Secretary, Chongqing Municipal Committee (2017)
PM
--
--
Nur Bekri
(born 1961)
·
--
Uyghur Chairman of Xinjiang (2012–2014)
Director, National Energy Administration (2015–2017)
PM
Voa chinese Xinjiang Governor Nur Bekri 7mar10.jpg
--
Miao Wei
(born 1955)
--
Han Minister of Industry and Information Technology
PM
--
--
Fan Changlong
(born 1947)
§ Han Vice Chairman, Central Military Commission
DNL Gen.
FanChanglong.jpg PB, CMC
Lin Jun
(born 1949)
--
Han President, Central Committee of the All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese
--
--
--
Lin Zuoming
(born 1957)
--
Han Chairman, Board of the Aviation Industry Corporation of China
--
--
--
Shang Fulin
(born 1951)
? Han President, China Banking Regulatory Commission
PM
--
--
Luo Zhijun
(born 1951)
? Han Secretary, Jiangsu Provincial Committee (2012–2016)
PM
--
Luo Baoming
(born 1952)
? Han Secretary, Hainan Provincial Committee (2012–2017)
PM
--
--
Zhou Ji
(born 1946)
--
Han President, Chinese Academy of Engineering
PM
--
--
Zhou Qiang
(born 1960)
--
Han President, Supreme Court
DNL
--
Zhou Benshun
(born 1953)
? Han Secretary, Hebei Provincial Committee (2013–2015)
PM
--
--
Zhou Shengxian
(born 1949)
? Han Minister of Environmental Protection (2012-2015)
PM
a man with a wavy haircut, wearing white shirt, a grey suit and a blue tie
--
Zheng Weiping
(born 1955)
§ Han Political Commissar, Nanjing Military Region
Gen.
--
--
Fang Fenghui
(born 1951)
§ Han Director, People's Liberation Army General Staff Department
Gen.
a man standing at attention, wearing a green military uniform, a light green shirt, a dark green tie and a military cap CMC
Meng Xuenong
(born 1949)
--
Han Chairman, Legal Affairs Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
--
--
--
Meng Jianzhu
(born 1947)
--
Han Secretary, Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission
DNL
a man with a wavy haircut, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a blue tie PB
Xiang Junbo
(born 1957)
? Han Chairman, China Insurance Regulatory Commission
PM
--
--
Zhao Shi
(born 1953)
? Han Secretary, Party Branch of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles
--
--
--
Zhao Zhengyong
(born 1951)
? Han Secretary, Shaanxi Provincial Committee (2012–2016)
PM
--
--
Zhao Leji
(born 1957)
--
Han Head, Organization Department
DNL
--
PB, ST
Zhao Keshi
(born 1947)
§ Han Director, General Logistics Department of the People's Liberation Army
Gen.
--
CMC
Zhao Kezhi
(born 1953)
--
Han Secretary, Guizhou Provincial Committee (2012–2015)
Secretary, Hebei Provincial Committee (2015–2017)
PM
a man wearing glasses and a white shirt
--
Zhao Zongqi
(born 1955)
§ Han Commander, Jinan Military Region
Gen.
--
--
Zhao Hongzhu
(born 1947)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
DNL
--
ST, SC-CCDI,
CCDI
Hu Zejun
(born 1955)
? Han Executive Deputy Procurator-General, Supreme People's Procuratorate (2012–2017)
Auditor General (2017)
PM
--
--
Hu Chunhua
(born 1963)
--
Han Secretary, Guangdong Provincial Committee
DNL
PB
Yu Zhengsheng
(born 1945)
--
Han Chairman, National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
NL
a nearly bald man wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a blue tie PSC, PB
Jiang Daming
(born 1953)
--
Han Minister of Land and Resources
PM
--
--
Jiang Yikang
(born 1953)
? Han Secretary, Shandong Provincial Committee (2012–2017)
PM
--
--
Luo Huining
(born 1954)
--
Han Governor of Qinghai (2012–2016)
Secretary, Shanxi Provincial Committee (2016–2017)
PM
--
--
Qin Guangrong
(born 1954)
? Han Secretary, Yunnan Provincial Committee (2012-2014)
PM
--
--
Yuan Chunqing
(born 1952)
--
Han Party Secretary of Shanxi (2012–2014)
PM
--
--
Yuan Guiren
(born 1950)
--
Han Minister of Education (2012–2016)
PM
--
--
Geng Huichang
(born 1951)
? Han Minister of State Security (2012–2017)
PM
--
--
Nie Weiguo
(born 1952)
--
Han Director, Engineering Oversight Office of the Three Gorges Dam
PM
--
--
Li Zhanshu
(born 1950)
--
Han Director, General Office of the Central Committee
DNL
a grumpy looking man looking downwards, wearing white shirt, a suit and a blue tie PB, ST
Jia Ting'an
(born 1952)
§ Han Deputy Director, People's Liberation Army General Political Department
Gen.
--
--
Xia Baolong
(born 1952)
? Han Secretary, Zhejiang Provincial Committee (2012–2017)
PM
--
--
Tie Ning
(born 1957)
? Han President, China Writers Association
--
--
--
Xu Shousheng
(born 1953)
? Han Secretary, Hunan Provincial Committee (2013–2016)
PM
--
--
Xu Shaoshi
(born 1951)
? Han Chairman, National Development and Reform Commission (2012–2017)
PM
--
--
Xu Fenlin
(born 1953)
§ Han Commander, Guangzhou Military Region
Gen.
--
--
Gao Hucheng
(born 1951)
? Han Minister of Commerce (2013–2017)
PM
--
Guo Shengkun
(born 1954)
--
Han State Councillor
Minister of Public Security
DNL
a smiling, clearly aged man with wavy haircut, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a light red tie
--
Guo Jinlong
(born 1947)
--
Han Secretary, Beijing Municipal Committee (2012–2017)
DNL
--
PB
Guo Gengmao
(born 1950)
? Han Secretary, Henan Provincial Committee (2013–2016)
PM
--
--
Guo Shuqing
(born 1956)
--
Han Governor of Shandong (2013–2017)
Chairman, China Banking Regulatory Commission (2017)
PM
a serious looking man bending forwards while seated, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a purple tie with white dots
--
Huang Xingguo
(born 1954)
? Han Mayor of Tianjin (2012–2016)
PM
a man with a wavy haircut, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a blue tie
--
Huang Qifan
(born 1952)
? Han Mayor of Chongqing (2012–2017)
PM
a visibly aged man bending rightwards, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit, a dark blue tie and a communist party membership card
--
Huang Shuxian
(born 1954)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
Minister of Supervision
PM
--
SC-CCDI, CCDI
Cao Jianming
(born 1955)
--
Han Procurator-General of the Supreme People's Procuratorate
DNL
--
--
Qi Jianguo
(born 1952)
§ Han Deputy Chief of General Staff, People's Liberation Army
Gen.
--
--
Chang Wanquan
(born 1949)
§ Han State Councilor
Minister of National Defense
DNL Gen.
a man with a wavy haircut, wearing glasses and a green military uniform with military insignia and badges CMC
Lu Xinshe
(born 1956)
--
Han Governor of Jiangxi (2012–2016)
Secretary, Jiangxi Provincial Committee (2016–2017)
PM
--
--
Peng Yong
(born 1954)
§ Han Commander, Xinjiang Military District
Lt. Gen.
--
--
Peng Qinghua
(born 1957)
--
Han Secretary, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Regional Committee
PM
--
--
Jiang Dingzhi
(born 1954)
--
Han Governor of Hainan (2012–2015)
Vice Chairman, Jiangsu Provincial People's Congress (2015–2017)
PM
--
--
Jiang Jianguo
(born 1956)
--
Han Director of the State Council Information Office
Deputy Director, Publicity Department
PM
--
--
Jiang Jiemin
(born 1954)
? Han Director, State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (2013)
PM
--
--
Han Zheng
(born 1954)
--
Han Secretary, Shanghai Municipal Committee
DNL
a smiling man with a short haircut, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a white tie with blue stripes PB
Han Changfu
(born 1954)
--
Han Minister of Agriculture
PM
a smiling man with a wavy haircut looking leftwards, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a blue tie with black dots
--
Jiao Huancheng
(born 1949)
? Han Deputy Secretary-General, State Council (2012–2015)
PM
--
--
Xie Fuzhan
(born 1954)
--
Han Governor of Henan (2013–2016)
Secretary, Henan Provincial Committee (2016–2017)
PM
--
--
Qiang Wei
(born 1953)
? Han Secretary, Jiangxi Provincial Committee (2013–2016)
PM
--
--
Lou Jiwei
(born 1950)
? Han Minister of Finance (2012–2016)
PM
--
--
Xie Zhenhua
(born 1949)
? Han Deputy Director, National Development and Reform Commission (2012-2015)
PM
a smiling man who is bald, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a black tie with blue stripes
--
Chu Yimin
(born 1953)
§ Han Political Commissar, Shenyang Military Region
Gen.
--
--
Cai Wu
(born 1949)
? Han Minister of Culture (2012-2014)
PM
a serious looking man with a wavy haircut, wearing glasses, a white shirt, a suit and a red tie with white stripes
--
Cai Mingzhao
(born 1955)
--
Han President, Xinhua News Agency
PM
--
--
Cai Yingting
(born 1954)
§ Han Commander, Nanjing Military Region
Gen.
--
--
Cai Fuchao
(born 1951)
? Han Chairman, State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television (2012–2016)
Deputy Director, Publicity Department
PM
--
--
Luo Shugang
(born 1955)
--
Han Executive Deputy Head, Propaganda Department (2012–2014)
Minister of Culture (2014-2017)
PM
--
--
Wei Liang
(born 1953)
§ Han Political Commissar, Guangzhou Military Region
Gen.
--
--
Wei Fenghe
(born 1953)
§ Han Commander, Second Artillery Corps
Gen.
a smiling man with his mouth open and looking rightwards, wearing a light green military uniform with insignia and badges CMC

Alternates

Notes
  • The individuals below are listed according to the number of votes in favour received at the Party Congress that elected the Committee; if the number of votes in favour they received were the same, they are ordered by the number of strokes in their surnames.
  • Name (birth-death), Ethnicity, Office, and Rank can be sorted alphabetical by pressing the button next to the column titles.
Replacement of expelled CC full members
  • At each plenum, previously expelled full members of the Central Committee are replaced by alternate members. Alternate members are promoted to full members based on their rank sequence, determined by the number of votes they received at the previous party congress. In October 2017, at the 7th plenum, 11 such replacements were made. However, in a seeming departure from protocol, Liu Xuepu, Zhu Yanfeng, Zheng Qunliang, and Zhao Jin were skipped over from consideration – a possible indication that they had themselves ran afoul of party regulations prior to the plenum.
Name
(birth-death)
Hanzi K Ethnicity Office Rank
Ma Jiantang
(born 1958)
? Han Director, National Bureau of Statistics
PM
Wang Zuo'an
(born 1958)
? Han Director, State Administration for Religious Affairs
SPM
Mao Wanchun
(born 1961)
? Han Head, Shaanxi Provincial Organization Department (2013–2016)
Deputy Secretary, Shaanxi Provincial Committee (2016–)
SPM
Liu Xiaokai
(born 1962)
? Miao Head, Guizhou United Front Work Department
SPM
Chen Zhirong
(1957–2016)
? Li Vice Governor of Hainan
SPM
Jin Zhenji
(born 1959)
? Korean Vice Governor of Jilin
SPM
Zhao Xiangeng
(born 1953)
? Han Vice President, Chinese Academy of Engineering
SPM
Xian Hui
(born 1958)
Hui Vice Governor of Gansu (2012–2016)
Chairman of Ningxia (2016–)
PM
Mo Jiancheng
(born 1956)
? Han Deputy Secretary, Jiangxi Provincial Committee
Vice Governor of Jiangxi
SPM
Cui Bo
(born 1957)
? Han Deputy Secretary, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Regional Committee
SPM
Shu Xiaoqin
(born 1956)
Han Director, State Bureau for Letters and Calls
Deputy Secretary-General, State Council
SPM
Ma Shunqing
(born 1963)
? Hui Chairman, Qinghai Federation of Trade Unions (2015-)
Vice Governor of Qinghai (2012-2015)
SPM
Wang Jianjun
(born 1958)
? Han Deputy Secretary, Qinghai Provincial Committee
SPM
Zhu Mingguo
(born 1957)
? Li Chairman, Guangdong People's Political Consultative Conference (2013-2014)
Deputy Secretary, Guangdong Provincial Committee (2012-2013)
PM
Liu Xuepu
(born 1957)
--
Tujia Secretary, Chongqing Municipal Political and Legal Affairs Commission
SPM
Li Qiang
(born 1959)
? Han Governor of Zhejiang (2012-2016)
Secretary, Jiangsu Provincial Committee (2016-)
PM
Yang Chongyong
(born 1955)
? Manchu Executive Vice Governor of Hebei
SPM
Yu Yuanhui
(born 1964)
? Yao Secretary, Nanning Municipal Committee (2013-2015)
SPM
Chen Wu
(born 1954)
? Zhuang Chairman, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region
PM
Chen Mingming
(born 1957)
? Bouyei Vice Governor of Guizhou
Secretary, Qianxinan Buyei and Miao Autonomous Prefecture Committee
SPM
Zhu Yanfeng
(born 1961)
--
Han Chairman, Dongfeng Motor
Party Secretary, Dongfeng Motor
--
Zheng Qunliang
(born 1954)
§ Han Deputy Commander, PLA Air Force
Lt. Gen.
Zhao Jin
(born 1962)
--
Yi Head, Yunnan Provincial Propaganda Department
SPM
Zhao Lixiong
(born 1956)
? Bai Chairman, Yunnan Ethnic Affairs and Religion Commission (2012–2016)
Vice Chairman, Yunnan People's Congress (2016–)
SPM
Zhao Shucong
(born 1955)
? Han Director, State Forestry Administration of the People's Republic of China
SPM
Duan Chunhua
(born 1959)
? Han Secretary-General, Tianjin Municipal Committee
SPM
Losang Gyaltsen
(born 1957)
? ? Tibetan Chairman, Tibet Autonomous Region
PM
Qian Zhimin
(born 1960)
--
Han Chief executive, China National Nuclear Corporation
--
Gao Jin
(born 1959)
§ Han President, PLA Academy of Military Science
Lt. Gen.
Gao Guangbin
(born 1963)
--
Han Secretary, Changchun Municipal Committee (2012–2015)
Executive Vice Governor of Jilin (2015–)
SPM
Liang Guoyang
(born 1951)
--
Han
--
--
Shen Yiqin
(born 1959)
? Bai Executive Vice Governor of Guizhou (2012-2015)
Deputy Secretary, Guizhou Provincial Committee (2015-2017)
Governor of Guizhou (2017-)
PM
Han Yong
(born 1956)
--
Han Political Commissar, Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (2015–)
Deputy Secretary, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Regional Committee
SPM
Lan Tianli
(born 1962)
--
Zhuang Vice Chairman, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region
SPM
Zhan Wenlong
(born 1955)
--
Han President, Institute of High Energy Physics
--
Pan Liangshi
(born 1956)
§ Han Commander, Beijing Garrison
Lt. Gen.
Ai Husheng
(born 1951)
Han Deputy Commander, Chengdu Military Region (2012-2014)
Lt. Gen.
Danko
(born 1962)
--
Tibetan Head, Qinghai Provincial United Front Department
SPM
Ren Xuefeng
(born 1965)
--
Han Secretary, Guangzhou Municipal Committee
SPM
Liu Sheng
(born 1956)
§ Han Deputy Director, People's Liberation Army General Armaments Department
Lt. Gen.
Liu Hui
(born 1959)
? Hui Deputy Secretary, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Regional Committee
Chairman, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region
PM
Li Shixiang
(born 1958)
--
Han Executive Vice Mayor of Beijing
SPM
Li Baoshan
(born 1955)
--
Han Editor-in-chief, People's Daily (2014-)
Editor-in-chief, Qiushi (2012-2014)
PM
Li Jiayang
(born 1956)
--
Han Deputy Minister of Agriculture
President, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Chairman, Genetics Society of China
SPM
Yang Yue
(born 1968)
--
Han Secretary, Fuzhou Municipal Committee
SPM
Yang Xuejun
(born 1963)
§ Han President, National University of Defense Technology
Lt. Gen.
Zhang Jie
(born 1958)
--
Han President, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
SPM
Zhang Daili
(born 1954)
--
Han President, Hubei Federation of Trade Unions (2015-)
Head, Hebei Provincial United Front Work Department (2012-2015)
SPM
Zhang Jianping
(born 1956)
§ Han Deputy Commander, PLA Air Force
Lt. Gen.
Chen Chuanping
(born 1962)
? Han Secretary, Taiyuan Municipal Committee (2012-2014)
SPM
Hao Peng
(born 1960)
--
Han Governor of Qinghai
PM
Ke Zunping
(born 1956)
--
Han Chairman, Standing Committee of Sichuan People's Political Consultative Conference (2015-)
Deputy Secretary, Sichuan Provincial Committee (2013-2015)
Head, Sichuan Provincial Organization Department (2012-2013)
PM
Lou Qinjian
(born 1956)
--
Han Governor of Shaanxi
Deputy Secretary, Shaanxi Provincial Committee
PM
Yao Yinliang
(born 1956)
--
Han Vice Governor, Shaanxi
Secretary, Yan'an Municipal Committee (2012-2015)
SPM
Xia Jie
(born 1960)
? Hui Head, Henan Provincial Organization Department
SPM
Xu Songnan
(born 1956)
--
Han Secretary, Chongqing Discipline Inspection Commission
SPM
Jiang Weilie
(born 1955)
§ Han Deputy Commander, People's Liberation Army Navy
V-Adm.
Wan Lijun
(born 1957)
--
Han President, University of Science and Technology of China (2015-)
SPM
Wang Huizhong
(born 1956)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Zhejiang Provincial Committee
Secretary, Zhejiang Political and Legal Affairs Commission
SPM
Niu Zhizhong
(born 1955)
Han Chief of Staff, People's Armed Police
Lt. Gen.
Deng Kai
(born 1959)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Henan Provincial Committee
SPM
Ye Hongzhuan
(born 1958)
--
Tujia Secretary, Xiangxi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture Committee
DE
Erkenjan Turahun
(born 1964)
·
--
Uyghur Chairman, Xinjiang Federation of Trade Unions
SPM
Liu Yuting
(born 1956)
--
Han Deputy Director, State Administration for Industry and Commerce
SPM
Liu Shiquan
(born 1963)
--
Han Vice President, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation
--
Li Kang
(born 1957)
? Zhuang Vice Chairman, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region
SPM
Li Changping
(born 1961)
--
Tibetan Chairman, Sichuan Rural Work Commission
SPM
Yang Weize
(born 1962)
? Han Secretary, Nanjing Municipal Committee (2012-2015)
SPM
Chen Zuoning
(born 1957)
? Han Vice President, Chinese Academy of Engineering
--
Nurlan Abelmanjen
(born 1962)
·
--
Kazakh Chairman, Xinjiang People's Political Consultative Conference
PM
Lin Duo
(born 1956)
--
Han Secretary, Liaoning Commission for Discipline Inspection (2014-)
Secretary, Harbin Municipal Committee (2012-2014)
SPM
Jin Zhuanglong
(born 1964)
--
Han General Manager, Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China
--
Zhao Aiming
(born 1961)
? Han Head, Jiangxi Provincial Organization Department
SPM
Qin Yizhi
(born 1965)
--
Han First Secretary, Communist Youth League
PM
Qin Yinhe
(born 1951)
§ Han Deputy Director, General Logistics Department of the People's Liberation Army (2012–2014)
Lt. Gen.
Gao Jianguo
(born 1954)
§ Han Director, Shenyang Military Region Political Department
Lt. Gen.
Guo Jianbo
(born 1960)
--
Han President, China Electric Power Research Institute
--
Huang Kunming
(born 1956)
--
Han Executive Deputy Head, Propaganda Department
PM
Huang Xinchu
(born 1957)
--
Han Secretary, Chengdu Municipal Committee
SPM
Cao Shumin
(born 1966)
? Han President, China Academy for Information and Communication Technology
--
Ge Huijun
(born 1963)
? Han Head, Zhejiang Provincial Propaganda Department
SPM
Zeng Wei
(born 1956)
--
Han Secretary, Shenyang Municipal Committee
SPM
Yu Weiguo
(born 1955)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Fujian Provincial Committee (2013–2015)
Governor of Fujian (2015–)
SPM
Wang Ning
(born 1955)
§ Han Deputy Chief of General Staff, People's Liberation Army (2013–2014)
Commander, People's Armed Police (2014–)
Gen.
Wang Jun
(born 1958)
--
Han Director, State Administration of Taxation
PM
Wang Jian
(born 1954)
§ Han Deputy Political Commissar, Beijing Military Region
Lt. Gen.
Lü Xiwen
(born 1955)
Han Deputy Secretary, Beijing Municipal Committee (2013–2015)
SPM
Ruan Chengfa
(born 1957)
--
Han Secretary, Wuhan Municipal Committee
SPM
Li Xi
(born 1956)
--
Han Head, Shanghai Organization Department (2012–2014)
Governor of Liaoning (2014–2015)
Secretary, Liaoning Provincial Committee (2015–)
PM
Li Qun
(born 1962)
--
Han Secretary, Qingdao Municipal Committee
SPM
Li Yunfeng
(born 1957)
? Han Executive Vice Governor of Jiangsu
SPM
Li Guoying
(born 1964)
--
Han Vice Minister of Water Resources (2012–2015)
Deputy Secretary, Anhui Provincial Committee (2015–2016)
Governor of Anhui (2016-)
SPM
Wu Manqing
(born 1965)
--
Han President, China Academy of Electronics and Information Technology
--
Shen Suli
(born 1958)
? Han Head, Anhui United Front Department
SPM
Fan Changmi
(born 1955)
Han Director, Lanzhou Military Region Political Department (2012–2014)
Lt. Gen.
Ouyang Jian
(born 1957)
--
Bai Deputy Secretary, Gansu Provincial Committee
SPM
Zhao Yupei
(born 1954)
--
Han President, Peking Union Medical College Hospital
--
Huang Lixin
(born 1962)
? Han Secretary, Nanjing Municipal Committee (2015–)
SPM
Gong Ke
(born 1955)
--
Han President, Nankai University
SPM
Liang Liming
(born 1961)
? Han Vice Governor of Zhejiang
SPM
Dao Linyin
(born 1959)
? Dai Vice Chairman, Yunnan People's Congress
SPM
Ma Weiming
(born 1960)
§ Han Professor, PLA Navy Engineering University
RADM
Wang Min
(born 1956)
? Han Secretary, Jinan Municipal Committee (2012-2014)
--
Wang Wentao
(born 1964)
--
Han Secretary, Nanchang Municipal Committee (2012-2015)
Secretary, Jinan Municipal Committee (2015-)
SPM
Niu Hongguang
(born 1951)
§ Han Deputy Director, People's Liberation Army General Armaments Department
Lt. Gen.
Mao Chaofeng
(born 1965)
--
Han Executive Vice Governor of Hainan (2015–)
Secretary, Hainan Political and Legal Affairs Commission (2013–2015)
SPM
Gongpo Tashi
(born 1962)
?
--
Tibetan Head, Tibet United Front Department
SPM
Zhu Shanlu
(born 1953)
--
Han Secretary, Peking University
SPM
Ren Hongbin
(born 1963)
--
Han Chairman, Sinomach
--
Tang Tao
(born 1962)
--
Han Head, Shanxi Organization Department (2012–2015)
Vice Minister of Human Resources and Social Security
SPM
Li Jincheng
(born 1963)
--
Han Vice-President, China Railway Construction Corporation Limited
--
Li Xiansheng
(born 1954)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Hainan Provincial Committee (2012–2014)
SPM
Li Peilin
(born 1955)
--
Han Vice President, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
SPM
Wu Zhenglong
(born 1964)
--
Han Secretary, Taiyuan Municipal Committee (2014–)
SPM
Zhang Xiaoming
(born 1963)
--
Han Director, Liaison Office of the Central Government in Hong Kong
PM
Zhang Xiwu
(born 1958)
? Han Deputy Director, State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission
SPM
Zhang Ruimin
(born 1949)
--
Han Chief executive, Haier
--
Zhang Ruiqing
(born 1955)
§ Han Deputy Political Commissar, People's Armed Police
Lt. Gen.
Shang Yong
(born 1957)
--
Han Executive Vice President, China Association for Science and Technology (2015–)
--
Hu Heping
(born 1962)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Shaanxi Provincial Committee
SPM
Ni Yuefeng
(born 1964)
--
Han Secretary, Fujian Commission for Discipline Inspection
SPM
Yin Fanglong
(born 1953)
§ Han Deputy Director, People's Liberation Army General Political Department
Gen.
Cao Guangjing
(born 1964)
--
Han Vice Governor of Hubei
SPM
Lei Chunmei
(born 1959)
? She Head, Fujian United Front Department
SPM
Wang Yongchun
(born 1960)
? Han Vice President, China National Petroleum Corporation (2012–2013)
--
Xu Linping
(born 1957)
§ Han Deputy Commander, Nanjing Military Region
Lt. Gen.
Sun Jinlong
(born 1962)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Hunan Provincial Committee
SPM
Jin Donghan
(born 1961)
--
Han Lead Engineer, China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation
--
He Fuchu
(born 1962)
§ Han President, Military Medicine Academy
Maj. Gen.
Xia Deren
(born 1955)
--
Han Chairman, Liaoning People's Political Consultative Conference
PM
E Jingping
(born 1956)
--
Han Director, Office of the South-North Water Transfer Project
PM
Jiang Chaoliang
(born 1957)
--
Han Governor of Jilin (2015–)
Chairman, Agricultural Bank of China (2012–2014)
--
Ma Zhengqi
(born 1959)
--
Han Deputy Director, State Administration for Industry and Commerce
SPM
Shi Taifeng
(born 1956)
--
Han Secretary, Suzhou Municipal Committee (2012–2015)
Deputy Secretary, Jiangsu Provincial Committee (2012–2015)
Governor of Jiangsu (2015–2017)
Secretary, Ningxia Regional Committee (2017–)
PM
Li Yumei
(born 1956)
? Han Head, Guangdong Organization Department
SPM
Yang Hui
(born 1963)
§ Han Chief of Staff, Nanjing Military Region
Lt. Gen.
Wu Changhai
(born 1954)
§ Han Deputy Political Commissar, Nanjing Military Region
Lt. Gen.
Song Liping
(born 1962)
? Han President and CEO, Shenzhen Stock Exchange
--
Zhang Yesui
(born 1953)
--
Han Secretary, Party Committee of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs
PM
Chen Run'er
(born 1957)
--
Han Governor of Henan (2016–)
Deputy Secretary, Heilongjiang Provincial Committee (2014–2016)
PM
Jiang Jianqing
(born 1953)
--
Han Chairman, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
--
Mei Kebao
(born 1957)
--
Han Deputy Director, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine
SPM
Pan Yiyang
(born 1961)
? Han Executive Vice Chairman, Inner Mongolia (2012-2014)
SPM
Ding Xuexiang
(born 1962)
--
Han Deputy Director, General Office of the Communist Party
Chief of Staff to the General Secretary
SPM
Ulan
(born 1962)
? Mongolian Deputy Secretary, Hunan Provincial Committee (2016–)
Head, Inner Mongolia Propaganda Department (2012–2016)
SPM
Sun Shougang
(born 1965)
--
Han Head, Shandong Propaganda Department
SPM
Li Jia
(born 1961)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Regional Committee
SPM
Zhao Yong
(born 1963)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Hebei Provincial Committee
SPM
Xu Lejiang
(born 1959)
--
Han Chairman, Baosteel Group
--
Cao Qing
(born 1952)
§ Han Deputy Commander, Beijing Military Region (2015–)
Director, Central Guard Bureau (2012–2015)
Lt. Gen.
Cai Zhenhua
(born 1961)
--
Han Director, State General Administration of Sports
President, Chinese Football Association
PM
Wan Qingliang
(born 1964)
? Han Secretary, Guangzhou Municipal Committee (2012–2014)
SPM
Yin Li
(born 1962)
--
Han Deputy Secretary, Sichuan Provincial Committee (2015–2016)
Governor of Sichuan (2016–)
SPM
Du Jiahao
(born 1955)
--
Han Governor of Hunan (2013-2016)
Secretary, Hunan Provincial Committee (2016-)
PM
Li Chuncheng
(born 1956)
? Han Deputy Secretary, Sichuan Provincial Committee (2012)
SPM
He Lifeng
(born 1955)
--
Han Deputy Director, National Development and Reform Commission
PM
Chen Gang
(born 1966)
--
Han Vice Mayor of Beijing
SPM
Wang Rong
(born 1958)
--
Han Secretary, Shenzhen Municipal Committee (2012–2015)
Chairman, Guangdong People's Political Consultative Conference (2015–)
PM
Ji Lin
(born 1962)
--
Han Chairman, Beijing People's Political Consultative Conference
PM
Liu Jian
(born 1970)
--
Han Secretary, Hami Prefecture Committee
DE
Li Bing
(born 1949)
--
Han Vice President, China Writers Association
--
Zhang Xuan
(born 1958)
? Han Chairman, Chongqing People's Congress
PM
Hu Xiaolian
(born 1958)
? Han Deputy Governor, People's Bank of China
SPM
Guo Mingyi
(born 1958)
--
Han Vice Chairman, All-China Federation of Trade Unions
SPM
Wang Xiaochu
(born 1958)
--
Han Chairman, China Telecom
--
Jiang Xiaojuan
(born 1957)
? Han Deputy Secretary-General, State Council
SPM
Wang Hongzhang
(born 1954)
--
Han Chairman, China Construction Bank
--
Hu Huaibang
(born 1955)
--
Han Chairman, China Development Bank
--
Yi Xiaoguang
(born 1958)
§ Han Deputy Chief of General Staff, People's Liberation Army
Lt. Gen.
Qiu He
(born 1957)
? Han Deputy Secretary, Yunnan Provincial Committee (2012-2015)
SPM
Li Xiaopeng
(born 1959)
--
Han Governor of Shanxi (2013-2016)
Minister of Transport (2016-)
PM

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Prior to the 1980s, the composition of the Central Committee was essentially pre-determined by the party's top leaders.[3] However, beginning at the 13th Party Congress in 1987, the number of candidates standing for office had been increased to be greater than the number of seats available.[3] With this method, the candidates that receive the lowest confirmation votes in favour at a party congress would not be elected.[3]
  2. ^ It is notable that Li Xiaopeng, the son of Li Peng, gathered the fewest votes of those elected to alternate membership, making him rank last on the alternate member list.[7] Li served as Governor of Shanxi during his term as an alternate member of the Central Committee.[7]
  3. ^ "Active" political positions refer to the offices of Governor and provincial-level Party Secretary; often, an individual is considered retired when they relinquish either of those offices due to age, and are assigned some kind of committee membership in the National People's Congress.
  4. ^ Wu Aiying's expulsion from the party at the plenum was the first public announcement of her downfall; she had been Minister of Justice earlier in 2017 and seemingly retired without much fanfare.
  5. ^ Wang Zhigang's position is unusual in that he is a party branch secretary of a ministry, as opposed to a minister. In most cases, a minister is concurrently the party branch secretary of the ministry. In this case, the Minister of Science and Technology, Wan Gang, is not a member of the Communist Party, so Wang tends to party duties at the ministry and is ranked as a full minister-level official.
  6. ^ Quan has been, since 2006, a minister-level official by virtue of his position as the party branch secretary of the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, which is nominally a non-partisan, apolitical body that is given ministry-level status for the purposes of administration and protocol. He is the only ethnic Korean full member of the Central Committee.
  7. ^ Li was investigated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and assigned leading responsibility for corruption at the Ministry of Civil Affairs; as a result, he lost his Central Committee membership. He was, however, allowed to maintain his party membership on a two-year probationary basis.
  8. ^ Yang was investigated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and accused of disciplinary failings, and demoted in 2017.
  9. ^ Wu Xinxiong holds a position that is normally considered deputy-minister level. However he was formerly the Governor of Jiangxi and maintained his rank when he transferred to positions in Beijing. His successor Nur Bekri was given similar treatment.

References

Citations

  1. ^ a b c d National Congress of the Communist Party of China (14 November 2012). "Constitution of the Communist Party of China". Retrieved 2015.
  2. ^ Staff writers 2012, p. 10.
  3. ^ a b c Wu, Wei (15 September 2014). ":?" [Reform of the Electoral System: The Reforms of the 13th National Congress]. The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved 2015.
  4. ^ a b Staff writers 2012, p. 11.
  5. ^ "Nearly half of CPC Central Committee members are newcomers". China Daily. Xinhua News Agency. 14 November 2012. Archived from the original on 2015-09-24. Retrieved 2015.
  6. ^ a b c Lam 2012, p. 3.
  7. ^ a b c Lam 2012, p. 4.
  8. ^ Staff writer (27 February 2013). "China's cabinet to reform departmental system". Global Times. People's Daily. Retrieved 2015.
  9. ^ An, ed. (15 November 2013). "China issues detailed reform roadmap". Xinhua News Agency. Retrieved 2015.
  10. ^ a b c d Lu, Hui, ed. (15 November 2013). "Xi explains China's reform plan". Xinhua News Agency. Retrieved 2015.
  11. ^ a b c Yi, Yang, ed. (23 October 2014). "CPC key meeting lays down major tasks for advancing "rule of law"". Xinhua News Agency. Retrieved 2015.
  12. ^ a b Doyon & Winckler 2014, pp. 17-20.
  13. ^ ":". BBC.
  14. ^ "". Central Committee of the Communist Party of China via Sina. October 30, 2015.
  15. ^ Lai, Christina (2016-10-26). "In China's sixth plenum, Xi strives to polish image abroad". www.asiatimes.com. Retrieved .
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