List of voting results of the National People's Congress of China

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This list records voting results from delegates of the National People's Congress of China since 2006, when the official media started to use text live through internet, so most of the results since 2006 are listed, and if there are another results before 2006 are exactly known will also be listed.

Upcoming Plenary Meeting[edit]

The 2st Plenary Meeting of the 13th National People's Congress will be held in Beijing, open on about March 2019. Some possible papers delegates will be allowed to discuss and vote are:

  1. 2019 Work Report of Government;
  2. Report of the 2018-2019 National Economic and Social Development;
  3. Report of the 2018-2019 Central and Local Budgets;
  4. . 2019 Work Report of the NPC Standing Committee;
  5. 2019 Work Report of the National Supervisory Commission;
  6. 2019 Work Report of the Supreme People's Court;
  7. 2019 Work Report of the Supreme People's Procuratorate

Voting rules[edit]

Source: Rules of Procedure for the National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China[1]

Approving rates need[edit]

Current delegates: 2900 (as of 4 November 2017)

Event Limit rates Rates need Voting methods
Constitutional Amendments >66.67% 1934 Secret ballot
Elections and appointments >50.00% 1451 Secret ballot
Bills and proposals >50.00% 1451 Electronic voting device

Differences between elect and appoint[edit]

Elect(选举): Candidates are nominated by the Presidium or delegates. When vote to elect, delegates are allowed to for, against, or abstain the candidates, and if a delegate choose to against, he/she can continue to write another person's name to replace the candidate. But if he/she abstains, this right will be unavailable.
Appoint(决定任命): Candidates are nominated by appointed person, such as President, who has just elected by delegates. When vote to elect, delegates are allowed to for, against, or abstain the candidates, but he/she can't write another person's name after againsts or abstains.

Elections and appointments rules[edit]

Candidates for the Chairman, Vice-Chairmen, Secretary-General and other members of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, for the President and Vice-President of the People's Republic of China, for the Chairman of the Central Military Commission, for the President of the Supreme People's Court and the Procurator-General of the Supreme People's Procuratorate shall be nominated by the Presidium which shall, after consultation among the various delegations, decide upon a formal list of candidates based on the opinion of the majority of deputies. The Premier and other members of the State Council and members of the Central Military Commission other than its Chairman shall be nominated in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Constitution. Candidates for the chairman, vice-chairmen and other members of the special committees shall be nominated by the Presidium from among the deputies.

Bills and proposals rules[edit]

When the National People's Congress is in session each year, the State Council shall submit to the session a report on the plan for national economic and social development and the implementation of the previous year's plan and a report on the state budget and the implementation of the previous year's state budget, and print for distribution at the session, together with the above reports, the main targets in the national economic and social development plan (draft), the tables of revenue and expenditure in the state budget (draft) and the tables showing the implementation of the previous year's state budget (draft), which shall be examined by the various delegations and also by the Financial and Economic Committee and the relevant special committees. The Financial and Economic Committee shall, in the light of the examination reports prepared by the various delegations and the relevant special committees, examine the report on the plan for national economic and social development and on the implementation of the previous year's plan, and the report on the state budget and the implementation of the previous year's state budget, and submit to the Presidium a report on the results of its examination. The Presidium shall, after deliberation and approval, print the report for distribution at the session; the Presidium shall also submit a draft resolution on the plan for national economic and social development and a draft resolution on the state budget and the implementation of the previous year's state budget to a plenary meeting of the session for the vote. Reports on the results of deliberation prepared by the relevant special committees shall be promptly printed and distributed at the session.

Constitutional Amendment[edit]

Years Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2004 2,890 2,863 10 17 99.07%
2018 2,963 2,958 2 3 99.83%

Elections and appointments[edit]

1993[edit]

[2]

NPCSC Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Qiao Shi Vote1.svg 69 Zhejiang Member of the CPC Central Politburo Standing Committee 2,918 2,850 44 24 97.67%
Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Jiang Zemin Vote1.svg 67 Shanghai General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee
Chairman of the CMC
2,918 2,858 35 25 97.94%

1998[edit]

NPCSC Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Li Peng Vote1.svg 70 Beijing Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC
Premier
2,942 2,616 200 126 88.92%
Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Jiang Zemin Vote1.svg 72 Tibet General Secretary of CPC
President
Chairman of CMC
2,947 2,882 36 29 97.79%
Vice-Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Hu Jintao Vote1.svg 56 Tibet Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC
Secretary of the Secretariat of CPC
2,947 2,841 67 39 96.40%

2003[edit]

Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Hu Jintao Vote1.svg 61 Tibet General Secretary of CPC
Vice President
Vice Chairman of CMC
2,944 2,937 4 3 99.76%
Vice-Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Zeng Qinghong Vote1.svg 64 Beijing Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC 2,945 2,578 177 190 87.54%
CMC Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Jiang Zemin Vote1.svg 77 Shanghai President
Chairman of CMC
2,946 2,726 98 122 92.53%
Premier Nomination
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Wen Jiabao Vote1.svg 61 Gansu Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC
Vice Premier
2,925 2,906 3 16 99.35%

2008[edit]

NPCSC Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Wu Bangguo Vote1.svg 67 Anhui Party Secretary of Shandong 2,965 2,932 25 8 98.89%
NPCSC Secretary-General Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Li Jianguo Vote1.svg 62 Anhui Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC
Chairman of NPCSC
2,966 2,948 9 9 99.39%
Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Hu Jintao Vote1.svg 66 Jiangsu General Secretary of CPC
President
Chairman of CMC
2,964 2,956 3 5 99.73%
Vice-Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Xi Jinping Vote1.svg 55 Shanghai Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC 2,964 2,919 28 17 98.48%
CMC Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Hu Jintao Vote1.svg 66 Jiangsu General Secretary of CPC
President
Chairman of CMC
2,967 2,959 4 4 99.73%
Premier Nomination
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Wen Jiabao Vote1.svg 66 Gansu Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC
Premier
2,959 2,926 21 12 98.88%
Supreme People's Court Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Wang Shengjun Vote1.svg 62 Gansu Secretary-General of the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission of CPC 2,965 2,885 36 44 97.30%
Procurator-general Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Cao Jianming Vote1.svg 53 Liaoning Vice President of the Supreme People's Court 2,966 2,933 16 17 98.89%

2013[edit]

NPCSC Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Zhang Dejiang Vote1.svg 67 Zhejiang Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC
Vice Premier
2,961 2,952 5 4 99.69%
NPCSC Vice Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Chen Changzhi Vote1.svg 68 Ningxia Chairman of the China Democratic National Construction Association 2,956 2,952 4 0 99.86%
Arken Imirbaki Vote1.svg 60 Xinjiang Chairman of the Standing Committee of Xinjiang People's Congress 2,956 2,950 5 1 99.80%
Qiangba Puncog Vote1.svg 66 Tibet Chairman of the Standing Committee of Tibet People's Congress 2,956 2,949 5 2 99.76%
Yan Junqi Vote1.svg 67 Jiangsu Chairman of the China Association for Promoting Democracy 2,956 2,948 5 3 99.73%
Li Jianguo Vote1.svg 67 Anhui Vice Chairman of NPCSC 2,956 2,944 9 3 99.59%
Zhang Baowen Vote1.svg 67 Heilongjiang Chairman of the China Democratic League 2,956 2,933 17 6 99.22%
Wan Exiang Vote1.svg 57 Hubei Chairman of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang 2,956 2,931 19 6 99.15%
Chen Zhu Vote1.svg 60 Shaanxi Chairman of the China Peasants' & Workers' Democratic Party
Minister of Health
2,956 2,913 32 11 98.55%
Wang Shengjun Vote1.svg 67 Gansu President of the Supreme People's Court 2,956 2,894 45 17 97.90%
Ji Bingxuan Vote1.svg 62 Heilongjiang Party Secretary of Heilongjiang 2,956 2,887 55 14 97.67%
Zhang Ping Vote1.svg 67 Hunan Chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission 2,956 2,879 56 21 97.40%
Wang Chen Vote1.svg 63 Shaanxi Deputy Head of the Central Propaganda Department of CPC
Director of the Information Office of the State Council
2,956 2,877 56 23 97.33%
Shen Yueyue Vote1.svg 56 Zhejiang Executive Deputy Head of the Central Organization Department of CPC 2,956 2,808 103 45 94.99%
NPCSC Secretary-General Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Wang Chen Vote1.svg 63 Shaanxi Deputy Head of the Central Propaganda Department of CPC
Director of the Information Office of the State Council
2,961 2,923 30 7 98.72%
Zhang Ping 67 Hunan Chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission 2,961 1 - - 0.03%
Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Xi Jinping Vote1.svg 60 Shanghai General Secretary of CPC
President
Vice Chairman of CMC
2,956 2,952 1 3 99.86%
Vice-Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Li Yuanchao Vote1.svg 63 Jiangsu Member of the Politburo of CPC 2,962 2,839 80 37 95.85%
Liu Yunshan 66 Inner Mongolia Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC
Secretary of the Secretariat of CPC
2,962 2 - - 0.06%
Li Hongzhong 57 Hubei Party Secretary of Hubei 2,962 1 - - 0.03%
Wang Yang 58 Anhui Member of the Politburo of CPC 2,962 1 - - 0.03%
Yuan Chunqing 61 Shanxi Party Secretary of Shanxi 2,962 1 - - 0.03%
Pan Yiyang 52 Inner Mongolia Executive Deputy Chairman of Inner Mongolia 2,962 1 - - 0.03%
CMC Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Xi Jinping Vote1.svg 60 Shanghai General Secretary of CPC
President
Vice Chairman of CMC
2,959 2,955 1 3 99.87%
Premier Nomination
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Li Keqiang Vote1.svg 58 Shandong Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC
Vice Premier
2,949 2,940 3 6 99.69%
Vice Premierial Nomination
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Zhang Gaoli Vote1.svg 67 Tianjin Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC 2,952 2,938 12 2 99.53%
Wang Yang Vote1.svg 58 Anhui Member of the Politburo of CPC 2,952 2,928 20 4 99.19%
Ma Kai Vote1.svg 67 Shanxi Member of the Politburo of CPC
State Councilor
Secretary-General of the State Council
2,952 2,895 43 14 98.07%
Liu Yandong Vote1.svg 68 Hebei Member of the Politburo of CPC
State Councilor
2,952 2,887 47 18 97.80%
State Councilors Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Chang Wanquan Vote1.svg 64 PLA Member of CMC
Minister of Defend
2,952 2,934 16 2 99.39%
Guo Shengkun Vote1.svg 59 Guangxi Minister of Public Security 2,952 2,932 19 1 99.32%
Wang Yong Vote1.svg 58 Qinghai Chairman of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council 2,952 2,897 39 16 98.14%
Yang Jiechi Vote1.svg 63 Hainan Minister of Foreign Affairs 2,952 2,866 75 11 97.09%
Supreme People's Court Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Zhou Qiang Vote1.svg 53 Hunan Party Secretary of Hunan 2,969 2,885 36 44 97.17%
Wu Aiying 62 Minister of Justice 2,969 2 - - 0.07%
Wang Shengjun 66 Gansu President of the Supreme People's Court 2,969 1 - - 0.03%
Qi Qi 61 Zhejiang President of the Senior People's Court of Zhejiang 2,969 1 - - 0.03%
Procurator-general Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Cao Jianming Vote1.svg 58 Liaoning Procurator-General of the Supreme People's Procuratorate 2,958 2,933 18 5 99.15%
Chen Yunlong 61 Zhejiang Procurator-General of the Senior People's Procuratorate of Zhejiang 2,958 1 - - 0.03%
Cai Xuebin 49 Hubei Lawyer of the Hubei Dewell & Partners Law Office 2,958 1 - - 0.03%
Name lists of the NPC Special Committees[3]
Committees Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Ethnic Affairs 2,899 2,833 48 18 97.72%
Law 2,946 2,814 105 27 95.52%
Internal and Judicial Affairs 2,944 2,766 147 31 93.95%
Financial and Economic Affairs 2,964 2,919 22 23 98.48%
Education, Science, Culture and Public Health 2,934 2,574 307 53 87.73%
Foreign Affairs 2,946 2,633 258 55 89.38%
Overseas Chinese Affairs 2,947 2,748 154 45 93.25%
Environment Protection and Resources Conservation 2,944 1,969 850 125 66.88%
Agriculture and Rural Affairs 2,945 2,658 228 59 90.25%

2018[edit]

NPCSC Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Li Zhanshu Vote1.svg 67 Jiangxi Director of the General Office of the Communist Party of China 2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
NPCSC Vice Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Wang Chen Vote1.svg 68 Zhejiang Vice Chairman of the NPCSC 2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Cao Jianming Vote1.svg 62 Sichuan Procurator-general of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate 2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Zhang Chunxian Vote1.svg 64 Hubei Deputy Leader of the Leading Group for Party Building
Communist Party Secretary of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
2,970 2,969 1 0 99.97%
Shen Yueyue Vote1.svg 61 Fujian Vice Chairman of the NPCSC 2,970 2,969 1 0 99.97%
Ji Bingxuan Vote1.svg 66 Jiangsu Vice Chairman of NPCSC 2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Arken Imirbaki Vote1.svg 65 Xinjiang Vice Chairman of NPCSC 2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Wan Exiang Vote1.svg 62 Henan Vice Chairman of NPCSC
Chairman of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang
2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Chen Zhu Vote1.svg 65 Ningxia Vice Chairman of NPCSC
Chairman of the China Peasants' & Workers' Democratic Party
Minister of Health
2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Wang Dongming Vote1.svg 61 Sichuan Communist Party Secretary of Sichuan 2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Padma Choling Vote1.svg 66 Tibet Chairman of the Standing Committee of Tibet People's Congress 2,970 2,969 1 0 99.97%
Ding Zhongli Vote1.svg 61 Shanghai Vice-president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences 2,970 2,968 1 1 99.93%
Hao Mingjin Vote1.svg 61 Hubei Chairperson of the China Democratic National Construction Association 2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Cai Dafeng Vote1.svg 67 Jiangsu Chairperson of the China Association for Promoting Democracy 2,970 2,969 1 0 99.97%
Wu Weihua Vote1.svg 61 Henan Chairperson of the Jiusan Society 2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
NPCSC Secretary-General Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Yang Zhenwu Vote1.svg 62 Shanxi President of the People's Daily 2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Xi Jinping Vote1.svg 65 Inner Mongolia General Secretary of CPC
President
Chairman of CMC
2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
Vice-Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Wang Qishan Vote1.svg 69 Hunan Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection 2,970 2,969 1 0 99.97%
CMC Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Xi Jinping Vote1.svg 65 Inner Mongolia General Secretary of CPC
President
Chairman of the CMC
2,970 2,970 0 0 100.00%
CMC Vice-Chairmanship Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Xu Qiliang Vote1.svg 67 PLA and PAP Vice-Chairman of the CMC 2,966 2,962 0 4 99.87%
Zhang Youxia Vote1.svg 67 PLA and PAP Vice-Chairman of the CMC
Director of Equipment Development Department
2,966 2,963 2 1 99.90%
Premier Nomination
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Li Keqiang Vote1.svg 62 Guangxi Premier 2,966 2,964 0 2 99.93%
Vice Premierial Nomination
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Han Zheng Vote1.svg 63 Shaanxi Member of the Politburo Standing Committee of CPC 2,969 2,965 4 0 99.87%
Sun Chunlan Vote1.svg 67 Jilin Member of the Politburo of CPC 2,969 2,956 5 8 99.56%
Hu Chunhua Vote1.svg 54 Hunan Member of the Politburo of CPC 2,969 2,968 0 1 99.97%
Liu He Vote1.svg 66 Shanxi Member of the Politburo of CPC 2,969 2,964 3 2 99.83%
State Councilors Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Wei Fenghe Vote1.svg 64 PLA and PAP Commander of the PLA Rocket Force 2,969 2,968 0 1 99.97%
Wang Yong Vote1.svg 63 Shandong State Councilor 2,969 2,957 8 4 99.60%
Wang Yi Vote1.svg 64 Fujian Minister of Foreign Affairs 2,969 2,966 2 1 99.90%
Xiao Jie Vote1.svg 60 Hainan Minister of Finance 2,969 2,965 3 1 99.87%
Zhao Kezhi Vote1.svg 64 Tibet Minister of Public Security 2,969 2,967 1 1 99.93%
Supreme People's Court Presidential Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Zhou Qiang Vote1.svg 58 Henan Supreme People's Court President 2,966 2,956 5 5 99.66%
Procurator-general Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Zhang Jun Vote1.svg 61 Hebei Minister of Justice 2,966 2,951 5 10 99.49%
NSC Director Election
Candidates Age District Main public experience(s) Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
Yang Xiaodu Vote1.svg 64 Gansu Minister of Supervision 2,972 2,969 1 0 99.90%
Liu Yuan 67 PLA and PAP Deputy chairperson of the National People's Congress Financial and Economic Affairs Committee 2,972 2 0 0 0.07%

Bills and proposals[edit]

Work Reports of the Government[edit]

Years Reporter Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2004 Wen Jiabao 2,896 2,874 - - 99.24%
2006 2,887 2,858 17 12 99.00%
2007 2,889 2,862 17 10 99.06%
2008 2,929 2,885 32 12 98.50%
2009 2,888 2,824 42 22 97.78%
2010 2,897 2,836 36 25 97.89%
2011 2,876 2,793 47 36 97.11%
2012 2,864 2,725 90 49 95.15%
2013 2,944 2,799 101 44 95.07%
2014 Li Keqiang 2,907 2,887 15 5 99.31%
2015 2,876 2,852 18 6 99.17%
2016 2,857 2,814 27 16 98.49%
2017 2,834 2,812 14 8 99.22%
2018 2,962 2,956 3 3 99.78%

Reports of the National Economic and Social Development[edit]

Years Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2005-2006 2,881 2,731 95 55 94.79%
2006-2007 2,889 2,757 76 56 95.43%
2007-2008 2,927 2,747 125 55 93.85%
2008-2009 2,915 2,669 145 71 91.56%
2009-2010 2,901 2,704 138 59 93.21%
2010-2011 2,873 2,709 119 45 94.29%
2011-2012 2,857 2,591 185 81 90.69%
2012-2013 2,946 2,665 221 60 90.46%
2013-2014 2,904 2,760 97 47 95.04%
2014-2015 2,876 2,725 103 48 94.75%
2015-2016 2,857 2,685 129 43 93.98%
2016-2017 2,836 2,721 89 26 95.94%

Reports of the Central and Local Budgets[edit]

Years Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2005-2006 2,887 2,520 256 111 87.29%
2006-2007 2,883 2,532 220 131 87.83%
2007-2008 2,926 2,462 362 102 84.14%
2008-2009 2,879 2,440 315 124 84.75%
2009-2010 2,891 2,458 317 116 85.02%
2010-2011 2,871 2,391 362 118 83.28%
2011-2012 2,860 2,291 438 131 80.10%
2012-2013 2,943 2,307 509 127 78.39%
2013-2014 2,899 2,504 293 102 86.37%
2014-2015 2,874 2,483 304 87 86.40%
2015-2016 2,856 2,467 299 90 86.38%
2016-2017 2,834 2,555 208 71 90,16%
2017-2018 2,962 2,838 87 37 95,81%

Work Reports of NPC Standing Committee[edit]

Years Chairman Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2006 Wu Bangguo 2,885 2,780 65 40 96.36%
2007 2,886 2,826 30 30 97.92%
2008 2,926 2,846 57 23 97.27%
2009 2,888 2,721 99 68 94.22%
2010 2,902 2,828 43 31 97.45%
2011 2,875 2,756 82 37 95.86%
2012 2,858 2,737 77 44 95.77%
2013 2,944 2,733 150 61 92.83%
2014 Zhang Dejiang 2,902 2,784 74 44 95.93%
2015 2,873 2,772 68 33 96.48%
2016 2,855 2,762 70 23 96.74%
2017 2,834 2,793 24 17 98.55%
2018 2,962 2,922 22 18 98.65%

Work Reports of the Supreme People's Court[edit]

Years Reporter Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2005 Wang Shengjun c.2,900 c.2,204 - - c.76.00%
2006 2,882 2,257 479 146 78.31%
2007 2,881 2,395 359 127 83.13%
2008 2,928 2,287 521 120 78.11%
2009 2,883 2,172 519 192 75.34%
2010 2,896 2,289 479 128 79.04%
2011 2,872 2,242 475 155 78.06%
2012 2,855 2,311 429 115 80.95%
2013 2,943 2,218 605 120 75.37%
2014 Zhou Qiang 2,898 2,425 378 95 83.69%
2015 2,876 2,619 213 44 91.06%
2016 2,854 2,600 208 46 91.10%
2017 2,835 2,606 180 45 91.92%
2018 2,835 2,806 132 23 94.77%

Work Reports of the Supreme People's Procuratorate[edit]

Years Reporter Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2005 Jia Chunwang c.2,900 c.2209 - - c.76.20%
2006 2,883 2,361 363 159 81.89%
2007 2,884 2,414 342 128 83.70%
2008 2,926 2,270 514 142 77.58%
2009 Cao Jianming 2,877 2,210 505 162 76.82%
2010 2,899 2,341 411 147 80.75%
2011 2,870 2,306 434 130 80.35%
2012 2,854 2,349 393 112 82.31%
2013 2,945 2,239 485 121 76.03%
2014 2,900 2,402 390 108 82.83%
2015 2,880 2,529 284 61 87.81%
2016 2,850 2,560 239 51 89.82%
2017 2,832 2,606 180 46 92.02%
2018 2,960 2,781 138 43 93.95%

Laws[edit]

Years Laws Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2005 Anti-Secession Law 2,898 2,896 0 2 99.93%
2007 Property Law 2,888 2,799 52 37 96.92%
Enterprise Income Tax Law 2,885 2,826 37 22 97.95%
2010 Election Law Amendment 2,902 2,747 108 47 94.66%
2012 9th Criminal Procedure Law Amendment 2,856 2,639 160 57 92.40%
2015 Legislation Law Amendment 2,875 2,761 81 33 96.03%
2016 Charity Law 2,850 2,636 131 83 92.49%
2017 General Principles of the Civil Law 2,833 2,782 30 21 98.20%
2018 Supervision Law 2,960 2,914 28 18 98.45%

Five-year Plans[edit]

Years Terms Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2006-2010 11th 2,886 2,815 50 21 97.54%
2011-2015 12th 2,875 2,778 59 38 96.63%
2016-2020 13th 2,856 2,778 53 25 97.27%

Reforms of departments of the State Council[edit]

Years Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2008-2013 2,960 2,744 117 99 92.70%
2013-2018 2,957 2,875 56 26 97.23%
2018-2023 2,970 2,966 2 2 99.87%

Drafts of electing delegates for the next term[edit]

Years Sort Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2008-2012 All 2,860 2,792 47 41 97.62%
Hong Kong SAR 2,882 2,838 17 27 98.47%
Macau SAR 2,882 2,852 11 19 98.96%
2013-2017 All 2,856 2,712 109 35 94.96%
Hong Kong SAR 2,855 2,804 37 17 98.21%
Macau SAR 2,854 2,820 18 16 98.81%
2018-2022 All 2,836 2,787 36 13 98.27%
Hong Kong SAR 2,835 2,813 13 9 99.22%
Macau SAR 2,831 2,811 10 10 99.29%

NPCSC Members' resignations[edit]

A member of the Standing Committee may not hold office in the administrative, judicial or procuratorial organs of the state. If he expects to hold such an office, he must first resign from his post in the Standing Committee.

Organic Law of the National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China[4]

Years Members New office Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
2010 Li Dongsheng Vice Minister of the Public Security 2,881 2,632 58 191 91.36%
2011 Ni Yuefeng Vice Governor of Fujian 2,861 2,635 81 145 92.10%
2014 Wang Xiao Vice Governor of Qinghai 2,890 2,797 38 55 96.78%
Chen Sixi Deputy Director of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Macau S.A.R.
2015 Chen Jining Minister of Environmental Protection 2,867 2,792 33 42 97.38%
Chen Hao Governor of Yunnan
2016 Huang Runqiu Vice Minister of the Environmental Protection 2,846 2,745 44 57 96.45%
2017 Xu Xianming Vice Procurator-General of the Supreme People's Procuratorate 2,823 2,749 27 47 97.38%

List of low approval rates[edit]

There are no events were vetoed (received approving rates below 50%) up to now, but some events have received low approving rates. This list include reported events which received below 70%.

Years Events[5] Voters For Against Abstain Percentage
1989 Give more legislative power to Shenzhen to improve economy 2,970 1891 274 805 63.67%
1992 Build Three Gorges Dam 2,608 1,767 177 664 67.75%
1995 Appoint Jiang Chunyun as the Vice Premier c.2,977 c.1,905 - - c.64.00%
1997 Work Report of the Supreme People's Procuratorate c.2,720 c.1621 - - c.59.60%
2013 Vote for the name list of the NPC Environment Protection and Resources Conservation Committee 2,944 1,969 850 125 66.88%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "中华人民共和国全国人民代表大会议事规则". National People's Congress. 4 April 1987.
  2. ^ "揭秘两会选举得票情况统计". 17 March 2013.
  3. ^ "十二届全国人大一次会议第六次全体会议". National People's Congress. 16 March 2013.
  4. ^ National People's Congress (1982-12-10). "中华人民共和国全国人民代表大会组织法".
  5. ^ "表决演进见证民主". Tian Biyao. 2 August 2004.

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