Xi Jinping’s absence from the limelight had sparked rumors of a military coup in China and that he had been placed under house arrest.
Amid rumors of a military coup in China, President Xi Jinping made his first public appearance on Tuesday (September 27, 2022) since returning to Beijing from the SCO summit. Xi, who is widely expected to enter his landmark third term at the Communist Party Congress every five years next month, is seen addressing the 22nd session of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Heads of State Conference. last seen. September 16th in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
His lack of attention led to rumors that a coup had occurred in China, and that he had been dismissed as a commander of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and placed under house arrest. The hashtag #ChinaCoup was also trending on his Twitter, a microblogging site, for several days.
There are rumors that General Li Qiao Ming will become the next president of China.
There are also rumors that powerful military leader Li Qiaoming will succeed Xi Jinping as president of China. However, his recent appearance has dashed rumors of his house arrest.
Observers said Xi’s absence from public events was due to a seven-day mandatory quarantine at certain locations, followed by three days, according to official guidelines for those leaving as part of the nation’s “dynamics.” He said it may have been due to staying at home. Overseas zero” Covid strategy.
He visited an exhibition showcasing the great achievements of the Communist Party of China and China over the past decade, according to the state-run Xinhua News Agency. He was accompanied by the Second Amir and Premier Li Keqiang, and other senior Chinese Communist Party officials.