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The Hu–Wen Administration (simplified Chinese: 胡温体制; traditional Chinese: 胡溫體制; pinyin: Hu-Wen Tizhi), or Hu-Wen New Administration (simplified Chinese: 胡温新政; traditional Chinese: 胡溫新政; pinyin: Hu-Wen Xinzheng) is the name given to the Chinese leadership that officially succeeded Jiang Zemin, Li Peng and Zhu Rongji in 2003. Using the two leaders' surnames, it is abbreviated as Hu-Wen (simplified Chinese: 胡温; traditional Chinese: 胡溫)

This phrase is named after the new Party General Secretary Hu Jintao and Government Premier Wen Jiabao, who are considered the 4th generation Chinese leaders and are viewed as, at least ostensibly, more reform-oriented and more open-minded and have been praised by political observers. Their dominant political ideology is termed the Scientific Development Concept.

CPC Politburo Standing Committee[edit]

16th PSC[edit]

Portrait Information Other party position(s) State position(s)
Hu Jintao
Rank 1st General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee
Chairman of the CPC Central Military Commission
President of the People's Republic of China
Chairman of the PRC Central Military Commission
Name Hu Jintao
Birthplace Jiangyan, Taizhou, Jiangsu
NPC Constituency Zhejiang At-large
Wu Bangguo
Rank 2nd Party secretary of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
Name Wu Bangguo
Birthplace Feidong County, Hefei, Anhui
NPC Constituency Anhui At-large
Wen Jiabao
Rank 3rd Party secretary of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
Name Wen Jiabao
Birthplace Beichen District, Tianjin
NPC Constituency Gansu At-large
Jia Qinglin
Rank 4th Party secretary of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
Name Jia Qinglin
Birthplace Botou, Cangzhou, Hebei
NPC Constituency Beijing At-large
Zeng Qinghong
Rank 5th Top-ranked Secretary of the Central Secretariat of the CPC
President of the Central Party School of the CPC
Vice President of the People's Republic of China
Name Zeng Qinghong
Birthplace Ji'an, Jiangxi
NPC Constituency Jiangxi At-large
Huang Ju
Rank 6th Deputy Party secretary of the State Council of the People's Republic of China First-ranked Vice Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
Name Huang Ju (died in office, June 2007)
Birthplace Jiashan County, Jiaxing, Zhejiang
NPC Constituency Shanghai At-large
Wu Guanzheng
Rank 7th Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
Name Wu Guanzheng
Birthplace Yugan County, Shangrao, Jiangxi
NPC Constituency Shandong At-large
Li Changchun
Rank 8th Chairman of the Central Guidance Commission for Building Spiritual Civilization
Name Li Changchun
Birthplace Dalian, Liaoning
NPC Constituency Sichuan At-large
Zhou Yongkang
Rank 9th Secretary of the Central Political and Legislative Committee
Name Luo Gan
Birthplace Jinan, Shandong
NPC Constituency Fujian At-large

17th PSC[edit]

Portrait Information Other party position(s) State position(s)
Hu Jintao
Rank 1st General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee
Chairman of the CPC Central Military Commission
President of the People's Republic of China
Chairman of the PRC Central Military Commission
Name Hu Jintao
Birthplace Jiangyan, Taizhou, Jiangsu
NPC Constituency Zhejiang At-large
Wu Bangguo
Rank 2nd Party secretary of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
Name Wu Bangguo
Birthplace Feidong County, Hefei, Anhui
NPC Constituency Anhui At-large
Wen Jiabao
Rank 3rd Party secretary of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
Name Wen Jiabao
Birthplace Beichen District, Tianjin
NPC Constituency Gansu At-large
Jia Qinglin
Rank 4th Party secretary of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
Name Jia Qinglin
Birthplace Botou, Cangzhou, Hebei
NPC Constituency Beijing At-large
Li Changchun
Rank 5th Chairman of the Central Guidance Commission for Building Spiritual Civilization
Name Li Changchun
Birthplace Dalian, Liaoning
NPC Constituency Sichuan At-large
Xi Jinping
Rank 6th Top-ranked Secretary of the Central Secretariat of the CPC
Vice Chairman of the CPC Central Military Commission
President of the Central Party School of the CPC
Vice President of the People's Republic of China
Vice Chairman of the PRC Central Military Commission
Name Xi Jinping
Birthplace Xicheng District, Beijing
NPC Constituency Shanghai At-large
Rank 7th Deputy Party secretary of the State Council of the People's Republic of China First-ranked Vice Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
Name Li Keqiang
Birthplace Dingyuan County, Chuzhou, Anhui
NPC Constituency Liaoning At-large
He Guoqiang
Rank 8th Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
Name He Guoqiang
Birthplace Xiangxiang, Xiangtan, Hunan
NPC Constituency Hunan At-large
Zhou Yongkang
Rank 9th Secretary of the Central Political and Legislative Committee
Name Zhou Yongkang
Birthplace Wuxi, Jiangsu
NPC Constituency Heilongjiang At-large

The Presidency[edit]

Office Officeholder(s) Tenure
President Hu Jintao 2003–2013
Vice President Zeng Qinghong
Xi Jinping
2003–2008
2008–2013

Congress Leaders[edit]

Office Officeholder(s) Tenure
Congress Chairman Wu Bangguo 2003–2013
Conference Chairman Jia Qinglin 2003–2013

The State Council[edit]

Wen I and II Cabinet
Office Officeholder(s) Tenure
Premier Wen Jiabao 2003–2013
Vice Premier(s) Huang Ju (1st)
Li Keqiang (1st)
2003–2007
2008–2013
Wu Yi (2nd)
Hui Liangyu (2nd)
2003–2008
2008–2013
Zeng Peiyan (3rd)
Zhang Dejiang (3rd)
2002–2008
2008–2013
Hui Liangyu (4th)
Wang Qishan (4th)
2003–2008
2008–2013
Secretary General Hua Jianmin
Ma Kai
2003–2008
2008–2013
Finance Minister Jin Renqing
Xie Xuren
2003–2007
2007–2013
Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing
Yang Jiechi
2003–2007
2007–2013
Defense Minister Cao Gangchuan
Liang Guanglie
2003–2007
2007–2013
Education Minister Zhou Ji
Yuan Guiren
2003–2009
2009-2013
Commerce Minister Bo Xilai
Chen Deming
2004–2007
2007–2013
Health Minister Zhang Wenkang
Wu Yi
Gao Qiang
Chen Zhu
1998–2003
2003–2005
2005–2007
2007–2013
Development and Reform Chairperson Ma Kai
Zhang Ping
2003–2008
2008–2013
Railways Minister Liu Zhijun
Sheng Guangzu
2003–2011
2011–2013
Civil Affairs Minister Li Xueju 2003–2013
Labour Minister Tian Chengping 2005–2013
Central Bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan 2005–2013

Notes[edit]

Preceded by
Jiang-Li-Zhu Administration
Chinese leadership
4th generation
Succeeded by
Xi-Li Administration