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Xi Jinping Administration
以习近平同志为核心的党中央

5th generation Communist leadership of
the People's Republic of China
Incumbent
Paramount leader Xi Jinping and Premier Li Qiang
Date formed15 November 2012
People and organisations
Head of stateXi Jinping
Head of governmentLi Keqiang
Li Qiang
No. of ministers31
Member partyChinese Communist Party
Eight minor parties
History
Election(s)November 2012
October 2017
October 2022
Legislature term(s)12th National People's Congress
13th National People's Congress
14th National People's Congress
PredecessorHu Jintao Administration/
Xi–Li Administration
Xi Jinping Administration
Simplified Chinese习近平体制
Traditional Chinese習近平體制
Literal meaningXi Jinping System
Alternative Chinese name
Simplified Chinese以习近平同志为核心的党中央
Traditional Chinese以習近平同志為核心的黨中央
Literal meaningThe Party Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping as the Core
Second alternative Chinese name
Simplified Chinese以习近平同志为总书记的党中央
Traditional Chinese以習近平同志為總書記的黨中央
Literal meaningThe Party Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping as the General Secretary

The Xi Jinping Administration of the Chinese Communist Party refers to the administration of the party and state under Xi, and has been said to begin after the progressive accumulation of power by Xi Jinping.

Xi Jinping succeeded Hu Jintao as CCP General Secretary in 2012, and later in 2016 was proclaimed the CCP's 4th leadership core, following Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, and Jiang Zemin.[1][2][3]

The Xi Jinping's administration is officially called the "Party Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping as General Secretary" (以习近平同志为总书记的党中央) from 2012 to 2016, and "Party Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping as the Core" (以习近平同志为核心的党中央) since 2016.

Current members

Standing Committee

Members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the 20th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
[4]
Rank Officeholder Hanzi 19th PSC Birth PM Birthplace Academic attainment No. of offices Ref.
1 Xi Jinping Xi Jinping 习近平 Old 1953 1974 Beijing
Eleven
[5]
2 Li Qiang Li Qiang 李强 New 1959 1983 Zhejiang
Eight
[6]
3 Zhao Leji Zhao Leji 赵乐际 Old 1957 1975 Qinghai [7]
4 Wang Huning Wang Huning 王沪宁 Old 1955 1984 Shanghai [8]
5 Cai Qi Cai Qi 蔡奇 New 1955 1975 Fujian [9]
6 Ding Xuexiang Ding Xuexiang 丁薛祥 New 1962 1984 Jiangsu
One
[10]
7 Li Xi Li Xi 李希 New 1956 1982 Gansu [11]

Politburo

Members of the Political Bureau of the 20th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
[12]
Officeholder Hanzi 19th POL Birth PM Birthplace Education No. of offices Ref.
Cai Qi Cai Qi 蔡奇 Old 1955 1975 Fujian Graduate [13]
Chen Jining 陈吉宁 New 1964 1984 Liaoning Graduate
One
  • Party office
    • Secretary, Shanghai Municipal Party Committee
[14]
Chen Min'er 陈敏尔 Old 1960 1982 Zhejiang Graduate
One
  • Party office
    • Secretary, Tianjin Municipal Party Committee
[15]
Chen Wenqing 陈文清 New 1960 1983 Sichuan Graduate [16]
Ding Xuexiang Ding Xuexiang 丁薛祥 Old 1962 1984 Jiangsu Graduate
One
[17]
He Lifeng 何立峰 New 1955 1981 Guangdong Graduate [18]
He Weidong 何卫东 New 1957 1978 Fujian Undergraduate [19]
Huang Kunming 黄坤明 Old 1956 1976 Fujian Graduate
One
  • Party office
    • Secretary, Guangdong Provincial Party Committee
[20]
Li Ganjie 李干杰 New 1964 1984 Hunan Graduate
One
[21]
Li Hongzhong 李鸿忠 Old 1956 1976 Shenyang Graduate [22]
Li Qiang Li Qiang 李强 Old 1959 1983 Zhejiang Graduate
Eight
[23]
Li Shulei 李书磊 New 1964 1986 Henan Graduate
One
[24]
Li Xi Li Xi 李希 Old 1956 1982 Gansu Graduate [25]
Liu Guozhong 刘国中 New 1962 1986 Heilongjiang Graduate
One
[26]
Ma Xingrui 马兴瑞 New 1959 1988 Heilongjiang Graduate
One
  • Party office
    • Secretary, Xinjiang Provincial Party Committee
[27]
Shi Taifeng 石泰峰 New 1956 1982 Shanxi Graduate [28]
Wang Huning Wang Huning 王沪宁 Old 1955 1984 Shanghai Graduate [29]
Wang Yi 王毅 New 1953 1981 Beijing Graduate [30]
Xi Jinping Xi Jinping 习近平 Old 1953 1974 Beijing Graduate
Eleven
[31]
Yin Li 尹力 New 1962 1980 Shandong Graduate
One
  • Party office
    • Secretary, Beijing City Party Committee
[32]
Yuan Jiajun 袁家军 New 1962 1992 Jilin Graduate
One
  • Party office
    • Secretary, Chongqing Municipal Party Committee
[33]
Zhang Guoqing 张国清 New 1964 1984 Henan Graduate
One
[34]
Zhang Youxia 张又侠 Old 1950 1969 Beijing Graduate [35]
Zhao Leji Zhao Leji 赵乐际 Old 1957 1975 Shandong Graduate [36]

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