12th National People's Congress

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Chinese Congressional election, 2012-13
China
2007-08 ←
Oct. 2012 - Feb. 2013 → 2017-18

All seats to the National People's Congress
  Majority party Minority party
  Xi Jinping Sanya2013.jpg RCKMT
Leader Xi Jinping Wan Exiang
Party Communist Minge (RCKMT)
Alliance United Front United Front
Leader's seat Shanghai At-large Hubei At-large

Chairman before election

Wu Bangguo
Communist

Chairman-elect

Zhang Dejiang
Communist

12th National People's Congress

The 12th National People's Congress was elected from October 2012 to February 2013 and will be in session from 2013 to 2018. It is scheduled to hold five plenary sessions in this period, occurring around early March every year.[1]

The 1st plenary session[edit]

The next plenary session will be held in March 2014. All top national posts are up for election.

Election Results[edit]

NPCSC Chairman Election NPCSC Secretary-general Election
Candidates For Against Abstain Candidates For Against Abstain
Zhang Dejiang Vote1.svg 2,952 5 4 Wang Chen Vote1.svg 2,923 30 7
Zhang Ping 1 0 0
Presidential Election Vice-Presidential Election
Candidates For Against Abstain Candidates For Against Abstain
Xi Jinping Vote1.svg 2,952 1 3 Li Yuanchao Vote1.svg 2,839 80 37
Liu Yunshan 2 0 0
Li Hongzhong 1 0 0
Wang Yang 1 0 0
Yuan Chunqing 1 0 0
Pan Yiyang 1 0 0
CMC Chairmanship Election Premierial Election
Candidates For Against Abstain Candidates For Against Abstain
Xi Jinping Vote1.svg 2,955 1 3 Li Keqiang Vote1.svg 2,940 3 6
Supreme Court President Election Procurator-general Election
Candidates For Against Abstain Candidates For Against Abstain
Zhou Qiang Vote1.svg 2908 26 23 Cao Jianming Vote1.svg 2,933 18 5
Wu Aiying 2 0 0
Wang Shengjun 1 0 0 Chen Yunlong 1 0 0
Qi Qi 1 0 0 Cai Xueen 1 0 0

Subscript text

e • d Summary of the October 2012–February 2013
National People's Congress
of the People's Republic of China election results
Parties Seats
2,157 [2]
Total 2,987

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Electoral Calendar - international elections world elections". Archived from the original on 26 May 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-12. 
  2. ^ [1].

External links[edit]