|Imperial Cabinet Electoral Convention|
|31st Imperial Convention|
|Premier of Han||Ma Yingjiu, GJD |
since 7th July 2011
|Caucus leaders||Ma Yingjiu (GJD)|
Rose Cai (HPDF)
Jin Tianlong (OEP)
Jie Huiguo (NSU)
Wang Lihuang (EPP)
Ai Yanjiao (NCP)
since 7th July 2016
|Established||21 July 1861|
|Political groups||Majority (1162)|
Minority parties (1219)
|Voting system||Personalised proportional representation|
|Last election||7th — 21st July 2016|
31st Imperial Convention
|Great Hall of the Empire, Chang'an|
The Imperial Cabinet Electoral Convention (Hanyu: 皇族內閣選舉公約, Hanyu pinyin: Huángzú nèigé xuǎnjǔ gōngyuē; abbr. ICEC), commonly known in English as the Imperial Convention, is the Han governmental institution responsible for the appointment of the twenty-member Imperial Cabinet of Han and the Premier of Han. The Convention is elected every five years, six months before the end of the outgoing Cabinet's term. The Convention meets for a period of two weeks, during which it holds Cabinet elections. Nominees are put forward by the political parties represented in the Convention, and once the members of the Cabinet are appointed, the Premier is chosen from the new Cabinet members.
Members of the Convention are elected through personalised proportional representation, and consists of one member from each of the constituencies in the Empire; as of the latest elections 2526 constituencies exist.
The 31st Convention is currently meeting, and it will conclude on 21 July.