7th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China

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The 7th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China was in session from 1945 to 1956. It held six plenary sessions in this period.

It had 44 members and 33 alternate members.[1]

Its first plenary session elected the 7th Politburo of the Communist Party of China in 1945.

Its second plenary session was held in 1949.


Ordered according to the numbers of ballots:
  1. Mao Zedong (毛泽东)
  2. Zhu De (朱德)
  3. Liu Shaoqi (刘少奇)
  4. Ren Bishi (任弼时)
  5. Lin Boqu (林伯渠)
  6. Lin Biao (林彪)
  7. Dong Biwu (董必武)
  8. Chen Yun (陈云)
  9. Xu Xiangqian (徐向前)
  10. Guan Xiangying (关向应)
  11. Chen Tanqiu (陈潭秋)
  12. Gao Gang (高岗)
  13. Li Fuchun (李富春)
  14. Rao Shushi (饶漱石)
  15. Li Lisan (李立三)
  16. Luo Ronghuan (罗荣桓)
  17. Kang Sheng (康生)
  18. Peng Zhen (彭真)
  19. Wang Ruofei (王若飞)
  20. Zhang Yunyi (张云逸)
  21. He Long (贺龙)
  22. Chen Yi (陈毅)
  23. Zhou Enlai (周恩来)
  24. Liu Bocheng (刘伯承)
  25. Zheng Weisan (郑位三)
  26. Zhang Wentian (张闻天)
  27. Cai Chang, female (蔡畅)
  28. Deng Xiaoping (邓小平)
  29. Lu Dingyi (陸定一)
  30. Zeng Shan (曾山)
  31. Ye Jianying (叶剑英)
  32. Nie Rongzhen (聂荣臻)
  33. Peng Dehuai (彭德怀)
  34. Deng Zihui (邓子恢)
  35. Wu Yuzhang (吴玉章)
  36. Lin Feng (林枫)
  37. Teng Daiyuan (滕代远)
  38. Zhang Dingcheng (张鼎丞)
  39. Li Xiannian (李先念)
  40. Xu Teli (徐特立)
  41. Tan Zhenlin (谭震林)
  42. Bo Yibo (薄一波)
  43. Chen Shaoyu (陈绍禹)
  44. Qin Bangxian (Bo Gu)


  1. 1st Plenary Session
  2. 2nd Plenary Session
    • Date: March 5–13, 1949
    • Location: Xibaipo, Pingshan County
    • Significance: This meeting was held just before the victory over the Kuomintang. Mao Zedong delivered a report focusing on the post-victory activity of the Communist Party, emphasizing the need to guard from "unarmed enemies" and "sugar-covered bullets". The decision to convene the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference with "democratic parties" was also taken.
  3. 3rd Plenary Session
    • Date: June 6–9, 1950
    • Location: Beijing
    • Significance: First meeting of the CPC Central Committee to be held in Beijing and after the nationwide victory. It focused on the Central People's Government work, with reports delivered by Mao Zedong, Liu Shaoqi and Chen Yun. Nie Rongzhen made a report on the reorganization of the People's Liberation Army from a guerrilla army to a regular army.
  4. 4th Plenary Session
    • Date: February 6–10, 1954
    • Location: Beijing
    • Significance: Gao Gang was criticized. Mao Zedong did not participate, and the report by the Politburo was delivered by Liu Shaoqi.
  5. 5th Plenary Session
    • Date: April 4, 1955
    • Location: Beijing
    • Significance: The meeting was held after a Party national conference held in March. It approved the conference's resolutions on the Five-Year Plan and expelling Gao Gang (posthumously) and Rao Shushi. Lin Biao and Deng Xiaoping were elected to the Politburo for the first time.
  6. 6th Plenary Session
    • Date: October 4–11, 1955
    • Location: Beijing
    • Significance: Resolutions on the collectivization and socialist transformation of agriculture were taken. A decision on the convening of the Party's 8th National Congress was adopted.
  7. 7th Plenary Session
    • Date: August 22–September 13, 1956
    • Location: Beijing
    • Significance: Preparations for the 8th Congress were made.


  1. ^ The 7th National Congress, People's Daily Online.

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