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 The 14th National Congress of
the Communist Party of China (CPC)

The 14th National Congress of The Communist Party of China
The 14th National Congress of The Communist Party of China

  • Date: October 12-18, 1992

  • Venue: Beijing

  • Number of Delegates: 1,989 full delegates and 46 specially invited delegates

  • Party Membership: 51 million

  • Major Contents: The congress was held taking into account that China's reform and opening-up and modernization drive has stepped into a new era. It was a democratic and unified meeting, imbued with the spirits of reforming, opening up, advancing with a down-to-earth approach. Jiang Zemin, on behalf of the 13th CPC Central Committee, delivered a report titled Accelerating the Reform, the Opening to the Outside World and the Drive for Modernization, So As to Achieve Greater Successes in Building Socialism with Chinese Characteristics. The meeting acknowledged the substantial achievements made in reforming and opening-up as well as in the modernization drive since the end of 1978, systematically summarized the practices and experiences over the previous 14 years, made a brilliant exposition of Deng Xiaoping Theory of building socialism with Chinese characteristics, and outlined the major tasks in the reform and economic and social development in the 1990s. It declared that the target of China's economic restructuring was to establish a socialist market economic system.

    The congress elected 189 members and 130 alternate members to form the new Central Committee. The new Central Commission for Discipline Inspection consisted of 108 members. At the First Plenary Session of the 14th CPC Central Committee, Jiang Zemin, Li Peng,Qiao Shi, Li Ruihuan, Zhu Rongji, Liu Huaqing and Hu Jintao were elected to form the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau. Jiang Zemin was elected general secretary of the Central Committee and also chairman of the Central Military Commission. The session also approved Wei Jianxing as secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
    (Source: People's Daily Online)

  • Members of Standing Committee of Political Bureau

members of standing committee of political bureau of the communist party of china 14th national congress

First row from left:
Jiang Zemin, Li Peng, Qiao Shi, Li Ruihuan
Second row from left: Zhu Rongji, Liu Huaqing, Hu Jintao

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