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BALANCE OF FACTIONAL POWER IN CHINA: The Seventeenth Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
Unformatted Document Text:  9 deputy secretary of Shanghai. Wang Huning was director of the Policy Research Office of the Central Committee and a member of the Secretariat. And Cao Jianmin was the executive vice president of the Supreme People’s Court. Noticeably, Shanghai Gang members were not particularly popular among party deputies to the Congress. The only alternate member from Shanghai received the 164 th place out of 167 people on the list. <<TABLE 1 NEAR HERE>> In comparison to the Sixteenth Central Committee, Shanghai Gang’s power index in the Seventeenth Central Committee was halved. Instead of 42 points previously, it was 21 points in 2007. Moreover, no one was the leader of the factional group. The most senior member of the group, Wu Bangguo, is not particularly faction-oriented. The Shanghai Gang’s group cohesion index was also reduced drastically. Among the Shanghai Gang members on the Seventeenth CC, only five people had work experience in the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee. They are Wu Bangguo, Chen Zhili, Meng Jianzhu, Han Zheng, and Yin Yicui. Wu Bangguo worked as a standing member of the Shanghai Party Committee from 1983 to 1985, as a deputy secretary from 1985 to 1991, and as party secretary from April 1991 to September 1994. Chen Zhili was a standing member between 1988 and 1989 and a deputy secretary from 1989 to August 1997. 21 Meng Jianzhu was deputy secretary of Shanghai from November 1996 to April 2001. Han Zheng was a standing member between December 1997 and May 2002 and deputy secretary since May 2002. Yin Yicui was a standing member between November 2000 and May 2002 and has been a deputy secretary since May 2002. Wu Bangguo only worked with Chen Zhili for six years together. Chen Zhili also worked with Meng Jianzhu for one year. And Han Zheng has worked with Yin Yicui for seven years and with Meng for three and a half years. The group cohesion index for these people was 18 points in 2007, instead of 63.5 points in 2002.

Authors: Bo, Zhiyue.
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deputy secretary of Shanghai. Wang Huning was director of the Policy Research Office of the
Central Committee and a member of the Secretariat. And Cao Jianmin was the executive vice
president of the Supreme People’s Court. Noticeably, Shanghai Gang members were not
particularly popular among party deputies to the Congress. The only alternate member from
Shanghai received the 164
th
place out of 167 people on the list.
<<TABLE 1 NEAR HERE>>
In comparison to the Sixteenth Central Committee, Shanghai Gang’s power index in the
Seventeenth Central Committee was halved. Instead of 42 points previously, it was 21 points in
2007. Moreover, no one was the leader of the factional group. The most senior member of the
group, Wu Bangguo, is not particularly faction-oriented.
The Shanghai Gang’s group cohesion index was also reduced drastically. Among the
Shanghai Gang members on the Seventeenth CC, only five people had work experience in the
Shanghai Municipal Party Committee. They are Wu Bangguo, Chen Zhili, Meng Jianzhu, Han
Zheng, and Yin Yicui. Wu Bangguo worked as a standing member of the Shanghai Party
Committee from 1983 to 1985, as a deputy secretary from 1985 to 1991, and as party secretary from
April 1991 to September 1994. Chen Zhili was a standing member between 1988 and 1989 and a
deputy secretary from 1989 to August 1997.
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Meng Jianzhu was deputy secretary of Shanghai from
November 1996 to April 2001. Han Zheng was a standing member between December 1997 and
May 2002 and deputy secretary since May 2002. Yin Yicui was a standing member between
November 2000 and May 2002 and has been a deputy secretary since May 2002. Wu Bangguo only
worked with Chen Zhili for six years together. Chen Zhili also worked with Meng Jianzhu for one
year. And Han Zheng has worked with Yin Yicui for seven years and with Meng for three and a
half years. The group cohesion index for these people was 18 points in 2007, instead of 63.5 points
in 2002.


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