The 13th Secretariat, formally the Secretariat of the 13th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, was nominated by the 13th Politburo Standing Committee and approved by the 1st Plenary Session of the 13th Central Committee on 2 November 1987, in the aftermath of the 13th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). This electoral term was preceded by the 12th Secretariat and succeeded by the 14th in 1992.

General Secretary of the Central Committee

General Secretary of the 13th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
[1]
Portrait Name Hanzi Took office Left office Birth PM Death Ref.
Zhao Ziyang 赵紫阳 2 November 1987 24 June 1989 1919 1938 2005 [2]
Jiang Zemin 江泽民 24 June 1989 19 October 1992 1926 1946 2022 [3]

Composition

Members

1st Plenary Session (1987–1989)

Members of the Secretariat of the 13th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
[1]
Rank Name Hanzi 12th SEC 4th PLE Birth PM Death Birthplace No. of offices Ref.
1 Hu Qili 胡启立 Old Not 1929 1948 Alive Shaanxi [4]
2 Qiao Shi 乔石 Old Renewed 1924 1940 2015 Shanghai [5]
3 Rui Xingwen 芮杏文 New Not 1927 1945 2005 Jiangsu
Two
[6]
4 Yan Mingfu 阎明复 New Not 1931 1965 2023 Tianjin
One
[7]

4th Plenary Session (1989–1992)

Members of the Secretariat of the 13th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
[1]
Rank Name Hanzi 1st PLE 14th SEC Birth PM Death Birthplace No. of offices Ref.
1 Qiao Shi 乔石 Old Not 1924 1940 2015 Shanghai [5]
2 Li Ruihuan 李瑞环 New Not 1934 1959 Alive Tianjin [8]
3 Ding Guangen 丁关根 New Reelected 1929 1956 2012 Jiangsu
Two
[9]
4 Yang Baibing[a] 杨白冰 New Not 1920 1938 2013 Chongqing
Two
[11]

Alternate

Alternate of the Secretariat of the 13th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
[1]
Rank Name Hanzi 12th SEC 14th SEC Birth PM Death Birthplace No. of offices Ref.
1 Wen Jiabao 温家宝 New Member 1942 1965 Alive Tianjin
One
[12]

Explanatory notes

  1. ^ Yang Baibing was elected to the Secretariat by a decision of the 5th Plenary Session of the 13th Central Committee on 6–9 November 1989.[10]

See also

References

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  9. ^ "丁关根同志逝世" [Comrade Ding Guangen passed away]. Beijing News (in Chinese). 23 July 2012. Archived from the original on 1 August 2023. Retrieved 1 August 2023.
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  11. ^ "杨白冰同志生平" [Life of Comrade Yang Baibing]. People's Daily (in Chinese). 21 January 2013. Archived from the original on 2 August 2023. Retrieved 1 August 2023.
  12. ^ "Wen Jiabao". People's Daily. Archived from the original on 24 July 2023. Retrieved 24 July 2023.