16th Politburo of the Communist Party of China

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The 16th Politburo of the Communist Party of China was elected by the 16th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on November 15, 2002.

Standing Committee Members[edit]

Ordered in political position ranking
  1. Hu Jintao
  2. Wu Bangguo
  3. Wen Jiabao
  4. Jia Qinglin
  5. Zeng Qinghong
  6. Huang Ju (died in office, 2007)
  7. Wu Guanzheng
  8. Li Changchun
  9. Luo Gan

Members[edit]

In stroke order of surnames:
  1. Wang Lequan, Party chief of Xinjiang
  2. Wang Zhaoguo, Vice-Chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee; Chair, All-China Federation of Trade Unions
  3. Hui Liangyu, Vice-Premier
  4. Liu Qi, Party Secretary of Beijing
  5. Liu Yunshan, Head of the Propaganda Department
  6. Li Changchun, Chairman of the Central Guidance Commission for Spiritual Civilization
  7. Wu Yi, Vice-Premier
  8. Wu Bangguo, Chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee
  9. Wu Guanzheng, Head of Central Discipline Inspection Commission
  10. Zhang Lichang, Party chief of Tianjin
  11. Zhang Dejiang, Party chief of Guangdong
  12. Chen Liangyu, Party chief of Shanghai (suspended 2006)
  13. Luo Gan, Secretary of the Political and Legal Affairs Commission
  14. Zhou Yongkang, State Councilor, Minister of Public Security
  15. Hu Jintao, President of the People's Republic of China, General Secretary of the Communist Party, Chairman of the Central Military Commission
  16. Yu Zhengsheng, Party chief of Hubei
  17. He Guoqiang, Head of the Organization Department
  18. Jia Qinglin, Chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference
  19. Guo Boxiong, Vice-Chairman, Central Military Commission
  20. Huang Ju, Vice-Premier (died in office in June 2007)
  21. Cao Gangchuan, State Councilor, Minister of Defense
  22. Zeng Qinghong, Vice-President, Principal of Central Party School
  23. Zeng Peiyan, Vice-Premier
  24. Wen Jiabao, Premier

Alternate Member[edit]

  • Wang Gang (Director of the General Office of the Communist Party of China)

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