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Xi Jinping


The new party leader is seen as a pro-market reformer and a staunch believer in party power. The son of a veteran revolutionary, Xi spent much of his career in economically vibrant provinces. Little known abroad, Xi took a side trip during a key visit to the U.S. this year to meet privately with the Iowans who had hosted him on a 1985 study tour when he was a mid-level provincial official in charge of the pork industry.

Xi Jinping (born 15 June 1953) is the Paramount leader of the Communist Party of China in the People's Republic of China, who holds the positions of General Secretary of the Communist Party of China, Chairman of the Party Central Military Commission, Vice President of China, President of the Central Party School and the first member of the CPC Politburo Standing Committee, China's de facto top power organ. He is expected to become President and Chairman of the State CMC in early 2013 when the full National People's Congress convenes and is expected to hold the position for two five-year terms. He has served as the top-ranked member of the Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of China, the Vice-Chairman of the State Central Military Commission.

Son of communist veteran Xi Zhongxun (1913–2002), Xi Jinping served mostly in Fujian province in his early career. He was later appointed party chief of the neighboring Zhejiang, and then was appointed as Shanghai's party chief following the dismissal of Chen Liangyu. Known for his tough stance on corruption and a frank openness about political and market economy reforms, Xi now heads the Communist Party of China's fifth generation of leadership.


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Li Keqiang


Expected to be the next premier, Li, 57, is a protege of outgoing President Hu Jintao. The two worked together in the Communist Youth League in the 1980s. Hu initially wanted Li to succeed him as party chief before accepting Xi. Li ran two important industrial provinces, and as vice-premier his portfolio includes health reforms, energy and food safety. Still, questions of inexperience on economy have dogged him as he prepares to take the post of premier, the top economy job in the country.

Caption: Li Keqiang, one of the seven newly elected member of the Politburo Standing Committee, waves during a press event at Beijing's Great Hall of the People, Thursday Nov. 15, 2012.
 
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Zhang Dejiang


A vice premier who was called on to run the mega-city of Chongqing after the ouster of the ambitious but tainted Bo Xilai, Zhang is seen as a capable, low-key administrator. The son of a former army general, Zhang, 66, ran two economic powerhouse provinces and oversaw safety issues in recent years as a vice-premier. A Korean speaker, Zhang studied economics at North Korea's Kim Il Sung University and is an ally of party elder Jiang Zemin.

Caption: Zhang Dejiang, one of the seven newly elected members of the Politburo Standing Committee, attends a press event at Beijing's Great Hall of the People, Thursday Nov. 15, 2012.
 
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Yu Zhengsheng


Yu, 67, is a member of the red elite, but with a problematic family history. His brother, an official in the secret police, defected to the U.S. in the mid-1980s. Yu's pedigree helped salvage his career. His father was the ex-husband of a woman who later married Mao Zedong. A missile engineer by training, Yu has run the financial hub of Shanghai since 2007. His family connections to patriarch Deng Xiaoping kept his name in the running for promotion to the top leadership.

Caption: Yu Zhengsheng, one of the seven newly elected members of the Politburo Standing Committee, attends a press event at Beijing's Great Hall of the People, Thursday Nov. 15, 2012.
 
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Liu Yunshan


As head of the party's Propaganda Department for the past 10 years, Liu has tightened controls over domestic media even as he encouraged big state media to expand overseas to purvey the government's line. Liu, 65, rose through the ranks in Inner Mongolia. He has a foot in each of two political camps. He started his career in the Youth League, outgoing President Hu Jintao's power base, but in the past decade also served a conservative ideology czar who was a staunch supporter of party elder Jiang.

Caption: Liu Yunshan, one of the seven newly elected members of the Politburo Standing Committee, attends a press event at Beijing's Great Hall of the People, Thursday Nov. 15, 2012
 
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Wang Qishan

A technocrat with deep experience in finance and trade issues, Wang, 64, is a vice premier and a top troubleshooter. Over his career, Wang cleaned up collapsed investment firms in southern China, calmed Beijing amid the SARS pneumonia scare and, more recently, fended off U.S. pressure over China's currency policies. Son-in-law of a now-deceased conservative state planner, Wang would bring added experience on economic policy.

Caption: Wang Qishan, one of the seven newly elected members of the Politburo Standing Committee, attends a press event at Beijing's Great Hall of the People, Thursday Nov. 15, 2012
 
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Zhang Gaoli

A low-key technocrat who is said to adhere to the motto "Do more, speak less," Zhang, 66, has presided over the development boom in Tianjin and less successful efforts to turn the northern port city into a financial hub. Trained as an economist, Zhang rose through state oil-and-gas companies in the south before entering government service. He has served in a string of prosperous cities and provinces and is a protege of party elder Jiang.

Caption: Zhang Gaoli, one of the seven newly elected members of the Politburo Standing Committee, attends a press event at Beijing's Great Hall of the People, Thursday Nov. 15, 2012.
 
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China inayokuwa kwa kasi kiuchumi, viongozi wake wako nearly 70yrs old!

Tuachane na agenda eti wazee hawawezi kuwa marais! Nonsense!
 

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