The retirement age means that after workers reach the retirement age stipulated by our law, they will go through the retirement procedures and enjoy the national social security after retirement. The retirement age is also different for different types of work. For some jobs, the retirement age is slightly longer, while for others, it is shorter. What is the retirement age for department level officials?
How old is the provincial and ministerial retirement age? The limits of the retirement age for cadres, taking into account the actual situation and replacement conditions of current cadres, should stipulate that: serving as ministers and vice ministers of central and state organs, the first secretary and Secretary of provincial, municipal and autonomous regional party committees, governors and vice governors of provincial governments, as well as the main responsible cadres of provincial, municipal and autonomous regional discipline inspection committees, courts and procuratorates, The principal is generally not more than 65 years old, and the deputy is generally not more than 60 years old. Cadres at the director level are generally not more than 60 years old.
According to the practice, the retirement age of deputy provincial officials is 60, while that of regular provincial officials can be up to 65. When the provincial Party committee was changed in 2006, the upper age limit for nomination was clearly defined: the top leader of the party and government was 63 years old, the Secretary of the Discipline Inspection Commission was 61 years old, and the other standing members were 58 years old, that is, the so-called '318 red line'.
In the provincial Party committee team, it is clearly required that there should be three under the age of 50 and one around the age of 45, so as to present a three-level echelon pattern of '456', that is, the age echelon of 'early 40s (born in the 1960s), 50 years old (born in the 1950s) and about 60 years old (born in the 1940s), forming a team pattern of three generations of old, middle-aged and young people.
-70 years old at the national level: about 75 years old. It should be decided by the Party Central Committee according to the term of office of the first Central Committee, the National People's Congress, the State Council and the CPPCC. At the national level, there are the president and vice president of the state, the premier, the chairman of the CPPCC National Committee, the chairman of the Military Commission and the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee.
-70 years old at the vice state level: the state level deputies include members and alternate members of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, Secretary of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee, Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, vice premier, state councilor, vice chairman, vice chairman of the CPPCC, President of the Supreme People's court and Procurator General of the Supreme People's Procuratorate.
-65 years old at the provincial and ministerial level: 65 years old at the provincial and ministerial level, but the term of office can be extended for 3 years, so most of them are 68 years old. "Party and state leaders" who are members of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and concurrently secretaries of provincial, autonomous regional and municipal Party committees should leave the real power departments at the age of 67 or 68.
-60 years old at the deputy provincial and ministerial level: the deputy at the provincial and ministerial level is 65 years old, but after the age of 60, it should be arranged in the "second line" such as the National People's Congress and the CPPCC. At the age of 60, the vice provincial and ministerial level leaves the real power department, or retires, or becomes a special committee of the National People's Congress, a member of the CPPCC National Committee, a member of the Standing Committee and a director of the special committee, or becomes a Government Association and mass organization of the "two governments", or becomes a part-time professor in a university as a transition before retirement.
It is generally called civilian cadres at or above the deputy provincial and ministerial level, and military cadres at or above the Deputy military level are senior cadres.