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Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang
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Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang

      The Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang (RCCK) recruits its members from among those who have relationships with the former Chinese Kuomintang, those who are historically or socially related to the RCCK, and those who have ties with Taiwan. The RCCK also recruits members from professionals in social and legal circles, as well as other sources, especially those in the middle and upper social strata, and leading intellectuals.

      Democratic Kuomintang forces and other patriotic democrats held their first Congress in Hong Kong in November 1947. On January 1, 1948, the Congress officially announced the founding of the RCCK.

      After its founding, the RCCK took an active role in making preparations for the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), and made lasting contributions to the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC).

      After the founding of PRC, the RCCK, as a member of the multi-party cooperation led by the Communist Party of China (CPC), participated in the building up of the people’s political power and the CPPCC work, playing a constructive role in consolidating the people’s democratic dictatorship, developing the patriotic united front, while successfully accomplishing the socialist transformation and advancing the cause of socialism.

      Since China’s reform and opening-up, the RCCK has been committed to multi-party cooperation and political consultation led by the CPC, and building socialism with Chinese characteristics. While promoting self-improvement, the RCCK has made efforts to perform the functions as a party participating in government and political affairs, constantly establishing and improving work mechanisms for participation in and deliberation of state affairs, and for democratic supervision. It has made new contributions to advancing reform and opening-up and promoting the peaceful reunification of the motherland. The RCCK has always been inspired and encouraged by Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s spirit of patriotism, revolution and ceaseless progress. This is a glorious tradition for the RCCK.

      The RCCK’s former chairpersons were Li Jishen, He Xiangning, Zhu Yunshan, Wang Kunlun, Qu Wu, Zhu Xuefan, Li Peiyao, He Luli and Zhou Tienong. Its incumbent chairman is Wan E’xiang.

      By the end of June 2012, the RCCK had 30 provincial organizations, 267 prefecture-level organizations and 52 county-level organizations and a membership of 101,865.

 

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