Political Work Department of the Central Military Commission

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Political Work Department of the Central Military Commission
中央军委政治工作部
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Agency overview
Type Functional department of the Central Military Commission
Jurisdiction People's Liberation Army
Headquarters Ministry of National Defense compound ("August 1st Building"), Beijing
Agency executive
Parent department Central Military Commission
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The Political Work Department of the Central Military Commission[1] (Chinese: 中央军委政治工作部) is the chief political organ under the Central Military Commission. It was founded on January 11, 2016, during Xi Jinping's military reforms.[2]

The Department leads all political activities in the People's Liberation Army. Its current director is Admiral Miao Hua; its deputy directors are Hou Hehua and Yu Guang.

References

  1. ^ "国防部新闻事务局官微发布中央军委机关英文译名". People's Daily Online (in Chinese). Retrieved 2016-01-15.
  2. ^ "Xi urges reorganized military organs to focus on winning wars". Xinhua. Retrieved 2016-01-11.

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