19th Politburo of the Communist Party of China

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The 19th Central Politburo of the Communist Party of China (Chinese: 中国共产党第十九届中央政治局) was elected by the 1st Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on 25 October 2017.

Members[edit]

Standing Committee members[edit]

Rank Hanzi Name Yob Office
1 习近平 Xi Jinping
1953
General Secretary, Central Committee
Chairman, Central Military Commission
President of the People's Republic of China
Chairman, National Security Commission
2 李克强 Li Keqiang
1955
Premier, State Council
Director, Central Institutional Organization Commission
Director, National Defense Mobilization Commission
Director, National Energy Commission
3 栗战书 Li Zhanshu
1950
Chairman of the National People's Congress
4 汪洋 Wang Yang
1955
Chairman, National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
5 王沪宁 Wang Huning
1955
First-ranked Secretary of the CPC Central Secretariat
Director, Central Policy Research Office
6 赵乐际 Zhao Leji
1957
Secretary, Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
7 韩正 Han Zheng
1954
First-ranked Vice-Premier, State Council

Ordinary members[edit]

In stroke order of surnames:
Hanzi Name Yob K Office(s)
习近平 Xi Jinping
1953
General Secretary of the Communist Party of China
President of the People's Republic of China
Chairman of the Central Military Commission
李克强 Li Keqiang
1955
Premier of the State Council
栗战书 Li Zhanshu
1950
Chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee
汪洋 Wang Yang
1955
Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
王沪宁 Wang Huning
1955
Secretary of the Central Secretariat (first-ranked)
赵乐际 Zhao Leji
1957
Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
韩正 Han Zheng
1954
Vice Premier of the State Council (first-ranked)
丁薛祥 Ding Xuexiang
1962
Director of the General Office
王晨 Wang Chen
1950
Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
刘鹤 Liu He
1952
Vice Premier of the State Council
许其亮 Xu Qiliang
1950
§ Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission
孙春兰 Sun Chunlan
1950
Vice Premier of the State Council
李希 Li Xi
1956
Party Secretary of Guangdong
李强 Li Qiang
1959
Party Secretary of Shanghai
李鸿忠 Li Hongzhong
1956
Party Secretary of Tianjin
胡春华 Hu Chunhua
1963
Vice Premier of the State Council
杨洁篪 Yang Jiechi
1950
Director of the Office of Foreign Affairs
杨晓渡 Yang Xiaodu
1953
Director of the National Supervisory Commission
张又侠 Zhang Youxia
1950
§ Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission
陈希 Chen Xi
1953
Head of the Organization Department
陈全国 Chen Quanguo
1955
Party Secretary of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
陈敏尔 Chen Min'er
1960
Party Secretary of Chongqing
郭声琨 Guo Shengkun
1954
Secretary of the Political and Legal Affairs Commission
黄坤明 Huang Kunming
1956
Head of the Propaganda Department
蔡奇 Cai Qi
1955
Party Secretary of Beijing
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 full member
Indicates that the individual was expelled from the Communist Party after CCDI investigation.
Indicates that the individual is currently under investigation by the CCDI.
Indicates that the individual is retired from active political positions[a]
§ 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 (§).

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "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.