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Xi Jinping–Li Keqiang Administration
习近平-李克强体制
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5th generation Communist leadership of
the People's Republic of China
Incumbent
Xi Jinping October 2013 (cropped).jpg Li Keqiang (cropped).jpg
Date formed 15 March 2013
People and organisations
Head of government Li Keqiang
Head of state Xi Jinping
Member party United Front (CPC)
History
Election(s) 5—13 March 2013
Legislature term(s) XII
Previous Hu–Wen Administration
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The Xi–Li Administration (simplified Chinese: 习李体制; traditional Chinese: 習李體制; pinyin: Xí Lì tǐzhì abbreviated as Xi-Li simplified Chinese: 习李; traditional Chinese: 習李) is the name given[by whom?] to the fifth generation leadership of Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang[1] that succeeded Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao in 2012 following the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.

The fifth generation of the CPC leadership consists of: Xi Jinping who replaced current leader Hu Jintao as General Secretary of the Communist Party and President of China, and Li Keqiang who replaced Wen Jiabao as Premier of the State Council. Other top candidates includes Zhang Dejiang, Yu Zhengsheng, Liu Yunshan, Wang Qishan, Zhang Gaoli, Li Yuanchao, Liu Yandong and Wang Yang.[2]

Politburo Standing Committee[edit]

Portrait Information Party position(s) State position(s)
1st
[3]
Xi Jinping
Name Xi Jinping General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee
Chairman of the CPC Central Military Commission
Leader of the Central Leading Group for Comprehensively Deepening Reforms
Chairman of the National Security Commission
President of the People's Republic of China
Chairman of the PRC Central Military Commission
Birthplace Xicheng District, Beijing
NPC Constituency Shanghai at-large
Member since 22 October 2007
2nd
[3]
Li Keqiang
Name Li Keqiang Party secretary of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
Deputy Leader of the Central Leading Group for Comprehensively Deepening Reforms
Vice Chairman of the National Security Commission
Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
Birthplace Dingyuan County, Anhui
NPC Constituency Shandong at-large
Member since 22 October 2007
3rd
[3]
Zhang Dejiang
Name Zhang Dejiang Party secretary of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
Vice Chairman of the National Security Commission
Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress
Birthplace Tai'an County, Liaoning
NPC Constituency Zhejiang at-large
Member since 15 November 2012
4th
[3]
Yu Zhengsheng
Name Yu Zhengsheng 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
Birthplace Shaoxing, Zhejiang
NPC Constituency Hubei at-large
Member since 15 November 2012
5th
[3]
Liu Yunshan
Name Liu Yunshan Top-ranked Secretary of the Central Secretariat of the CPC
Chairman of the Central Guidance Commission for Building Spiritual Civilization
President of the CPC Central Party School
Deputy Leader of the Central Leading Group for Comprehensively Deepening Reforms
 
Birthplace Tumed Right Banner, Inner Mongolia
NPC Constituency Inner Mongolia at-large
Member since 15 November 2012
6th
[3]
Wang Qishan
Name Wang Qishan Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection  
Birthplace Tianzhen County, Shanxi
NPC Constituency Beijing at-large
Member since 15 November 2012
7th
[3]
Zhang Gaoli
Name Zhang Gaoli Deputy Party secretary of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
Deputy Leader of the Central Leading Group for Comprehensively Deepening Reforms
First Vice Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China
Birthplace Jinjiang, Fujian
NPC Constituency Tianjin at-large
Member since 15 November 2012

The Presidency[edit]

Xi Jinping (left) and Li Keqiang (right)
Office Officeholder(s) Tenure
President Xi Jinping 2013–
Vice President Li Yuanchao 2013–

Congress leaders[edit]

The State Council[edit]

Main article: Li Keqiang Government
Office Officeholder(s) Tenure
Premier Li Keqiang 2013-
Vice Premier(s) (1st) Zhang Gaoli 2013-
(2nd) Liu Yandong 2013-
(3rd) Wang Yang 2013-
(4th) Ma Kai 2013-
State Councilor(s) (1st) Yang Jing* 2013-
(2nd) Chang Wanquan* 2013-
(3rd) Yang Jiechi 2013-
(4th) Guo Shengkun* 2013-
(5th) Wang Yong 2013-
Secretary General Yang Jing 2013-
Foreign Minister Wang Yi 2013-
Defense Minister Chang Wanquan 2013-
Development Commissioner Xu Shaoshi 2013-
Education Minister Yuan Guiren 2013-
Science and Technology Minister Wan Gang 2013-
Industry and Information Minister Miao Wei 2013-
State Ethnic Affairs Commissioner Wang Zhengwei 2013-
Public Security Minister Guo Shengkun 2013-
State Security Minister Geng Huichang 2013-
Supervision Minister Huang Shuxian 2013-
Civil Affairs Minister Li Liguo 2013-
Justice Minister Wu Aiying 2013-
Finance Minister Lou Jiwei 2013-
Labor Minister Yin Weimin 2013-
Resources Minister Jiang Daming 2013-
Environment Minister Zhou Shengxian 2013-
Construction Minister Jiang Weixin 2013-
Transport Minister Yang Chuantang 2013-
Water Minister Chen Lei 2013-
Agriculture Minister Han Changfu 2013-
Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng 2013-
Culture Minister Cai Wu 2013-
Health Commissioner Li Bin 2013-
Central Bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan 2013-
Auditor General Liu Jiayi 2013-

History[edit]

Xi Jinping was elected Vice Chairman of the CPC Central Military Commission at the fifth Central Committee Election of 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Li Keqiang is currently the party secretary of the State Council and the deputy leader of the Leading Group for Financial and Economic Affairs.

Following the 18th National Congress, Xi was named General Secretary of the CPC and Chairman of the Central Military Commission.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Damian Grammaticas (15 May 2012). "China: Trouble at the top?". BBC News. 
  2. ^ "10 top leaders elected into new CPC Central Committee". China.org.cn. Retrieved 15 November 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g "Xinhua Insight: China's new helmsmen". Xinhua. 15 November 2012. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
Preceded by
Hu–Wen Administration
Chinese leadership
5th generation
Succeeded by
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