| Hu Jintao|
| Xi Jinping|
| 22 October 2007 – 15 November 2012|
Politburo Standing Committee: 9 members
Politburo: 25 members
Secretariat: 7 members
Military Commission: 7 members
208 members and 167 alternates
L., Name (birth–death), Ethnicity, Office, Rank and CIM & CCDI membership are listed in accordance with the Hanzi column, but can be sorted alphabetical by pressing the button next to the column titles.
The L. (abbreviation of listing) column is listed in accordance with the official ordering.
The individuals below are listed according to the number of votes in favour received at the Party Congress that elected the Committee; if the number of votes in favour they received were the same, they are ordered by the number of strokes in their surnames.
Name (birth–death), Ethnicity, Office, and Rank can be sorted alphabetical by pressing the button next to the column titles.
17th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China Wikipedia
The 17th Central Committee (17th CC) was elected by the 17th Congress on 21 October 2007, and sat until the 18th National Congress in 2012. The 17th CC is composed of full members and alternate members. A member has voting rights, while an alternate does not. If a full member is removed from the CC the vacancy is then filled by an alternate member at the next committee plenum — the alternate member who received the most confirmation votes in favour is highest on the order of precedence. To be elected to the Central Committee, a candidate must be a party member for at least five years.