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CPC members exceed 80 million
     2011-June-30  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    THE number of Communist Party of China (CPC) members has exceeded 80 million, a senior CPC official said Friday.

    The CPC had 80.269 million members by the end of last year, Wang Qinfeng, deputy head of the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee, said at a press conference.

    The Party grew from only about 50 members at its birth to nearly 4.5 million when the People’s Republic of China was founded in 1949.

    Last year, 3.075 million people joined the CPC, the world’s largest political party — a net increase of 2.274 million taking into account members who died or left the Party.

    The two leading groups in new members were college students and people at the frontline of production or work, such as industrial workers, farmers, herders and migrant workers, both accounting for more than 40 percent of the total new Party members.

    The CPC received 21.017 million membership applications last year, a year-on-year increase of 861,000.

    Of the Party’s members, 18.03 million were women and 5.338 million were from ethnic minority groups in 2010, accounting for 22.5 percent and 6.6 percent of the total respectively, according to Wang.

    Meanwhile, a total of 32,000 people were expelled or withdrew from the Party last year, most of whom were forced out to ensure the advanced nature and purity of the CPC, Wang said.

    Besides enlarging its membership, the CPC continued to expand both in public and private sectors last year.

    Party organizations had been established in nearly all government agencies, State-owned and private enterprises, and social organizations.

    They had also been set up in 99.9 percent of villages and urban communities and in all associations of lawyers and certified accountants. (Xinhua)

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