The general secretary of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party is the paramount leader of China.

- General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party

The officeholders are usually General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party and Chairman of the Central Military Commission.

- Paramount leader

The officeholder is usually the General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as well as the paramount leader.

- Supreme Military Command of the People's Republic of China

Since 1989, the holder of the post has been, except for transitional periods, the Chairman of the Central Military Commission, making the holder the Supreme Military Command of the People's Liberation Army.

- General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party

The term has been used less frequently to describe Deng's successors, Jiang Zemin, Hu Jintao and Xi Jinping, who have all formally held the offices of General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (party leader), President of the People's Republic of China (head of state) and Chairman of the Central Military Commission (commander-in-chief).

- Paramount leader

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Mao Zedong
Liu Shaoqi
Dong Biwu
Song Qingling
Li Xiannian President (18 June 1983 – 8 April 1988)
Yang Shangkun
Jiang Zemin President
Hu Jintao
Xi Jinping
Zhu De
Ye Jianying

However, as a matter of convention, the presidency is held simultaneously by the general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, who also serves as the chairman of the Central Military Commission, and thus is often the paramount leader of China.

Since 1993, apart from brief periods of transition, the top leader of China simultaneously serves as the president, the leader of the party (as CCP General Secretary), and the commander-in-chief of the military (as the chairman of the Central Military Commission).