4th Central Executive Committee of the Communist Party of China

The 4th Central Executive Committee of the Communist Party of China (Chinese: 中国共产党第四届中央执行委员会) was in session from 1925 to 1927.

Its first plenary session elected the 4th Central Bureau of the Communist Party of China in 1925.

Members

#Chen Duxiu
#Li Dazhao
#Cai Hesen (蔡和森)
#Zhang Guotao
#Xiang Ying
#Qu Qiubai
#Peng Shuzhi (彭述之)
#Tan Pingshan (谭平山)
#Li Weihan (李维汉)

Alternate Members

#Deng Pei (邓培)
#Wang Hebo (王荷波)
#Luo Zhanglong (罗章龙)
#Zhang Tailei (张太雷)
#Zhu Jintang (朱锦堂)

External links

*zh [http://cpc.people.com.cn/GB/64162/64168/64556/index.html 4th Central Executive Committee of the CPC] , People's Daily Online.


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