Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang
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"Blue Sky with White Sun" is the traditional symbol of the Kuomintang while RCCK uses portraits of Sun Yat-sen more
|Founded||1 January 1948|
|Preceded by||Left-wing of the Kuomintang|
|Newspaper||Tuanjie Bao (Solidarity/Unity Daily)|
|Ideology||Socialism with Chinese characteristics|
Three Principles of the People
Xi Jinping Thought
|National affiliation||United Front|
|National People's Congress|
43 / 2,980
|NPC Standing Committee|
6 / 175
|Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang|
|Zhuang||Cunghgoz Gozminzdangj Gwzming Veijyenzvei|
|Mongolian Cyrillic||Дундад улсын гоминдангийн хувьсгалын зөвлөл|
|Uyghur||جۇڭگو گومىنداڭ ئىنقىلابىي كومىتېتى|
The Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang (abbreviated RCCK) is one of eight registered minor political parties (in addition to the Communist Party of China) in the People's Republic of China.
It was founded in 1948 by left-wing members who broke with the main Kuomintang (KMT) during the Chinese Civil War, especially those who were against Chiang Kai-shek's policies. The party claims to be the true heir of Sun Yat-sen's legacy. By the end of 2017, it had 131,410 members.
Its honorary chairperson Song Qingling served as Vice President of the People's Republic of China and Honorary President of the People's Republic of China. The chairperson Li Jishen served as vice chairman of the Central People's Government.
Among the officially sanctioned political parties of the People's Republic of China, the Revolutionary Committee is seen as second in status to the Communist Party of China. Thus, the Revolutionary Committee is allotted the second highest number of seats in the People's Political Consultative Conference (30%). It also owns numerous assets, some formerly owned by the Kuomintang, throughout mainland China. The Revolutionary Committee operates a range of party-owned institutions, such as party schools.
Central Committee leaders
Chairpersons of the Central Committee
- Li Jishen (李济深) (1948–1959)
- He Xiangning (何香凝) (1960–1972)
- Zhu Yunshan (朱蕴山) (1979–1981)
- Wang Kunlun (王昆仑) (1981–1985)
- Qu Wu (屈武) (1987–1988)
- Zhu Xuefan (朱学范) (1988–1992)
- Li Peiyao (李沛瑶) (1992–1996)
- He Luli (何鲁丽) (1996–2007)
- Zhou Tienong (周铁农) (2007–2012)
- Wan Exiang (万鄂湘) (2012–present)
Honorary Chairpersons of the Central Committee
- Song Qingling (宋庆龄) (1948–1949)
- Qu Wu (屈武) (1988–1992)
- Zhu Xuefan (朱学范) (1992–1996)
- Hou Jingru (侯镜如) (1992–1994)
- Sun Yueqi (孙越崎) (1992–1995)
Regional committee leaders
Chairpersons of provincial committees
National People's Congress elections
|Election year||Number of seats|
43 / 2,970
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- List of political parties in the People's Republic of China
- Sun Yat-Sen
- Chiang Kai-shek
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