Recently, the Internet has circulated that Chinese President Xi Jinping was subjected to a coup d'etat, and even rumored that he was "under house arrest", sparking external discussions.

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Recently, it has been circulated on the Internet that Chinese President Xi Jinping was subjected to a coup d'etat and even "under house arrest", which caused external discussions. However, Xi Jinping appeared in Beijing on the afternoon of the 27th to visit the exhibition, which is also more than 10 days after he disappeared. 's first appearance.

The media previously reported that Xi Jinping visited Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan from the 14th to the 16th of this month, but then he missed the dinner of the leaders of the 11 countries at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit, and he did not appear at the CCP’s defense and military reform seminar on the 21st. In addition, Xi's cronie, Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe was not present, but Li Qiaoming, the former commander of the Northern Theater Command who had been dismissed before, made a high-profile appearance at the scene and sat in the front row. These signs led to speculation that Xi may have been subjected to a coup d'etat. , and there were even rumors that he was under house arrest.

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According to a report by Radio Free Asia, Xi Jinping appeared at the Beijing Exhibition Hall yesterday afternoon. He visited the "Endeavoring New Era" theme achievement exhibition, including members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee Li Keqiang, Li Zhanshu, Wang Yang, Wang Huning, Zhao Leji, Han Zheng and other Standing Committee members They were all present to accompany the visit. Others were members of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, secretary of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee, vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, state councilor, president of the Supreme People's Court, chief procurator of the Supreme People's Procuratorate, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and members of the Central Military Commission. and others also visited the exhibition.

This is also Xi's first appearance after more than 10 days after visiting Central Asia and returning to Beijing.

The report pointed out that Deng Yuwen, the former deputy editor of the Central Party School's school journal "Learning Times", alleged that Xi Jinping disappeared in order to comply with strict epidemic prevention regulations. Xi also did not show up from February 7 to 16. After the Beidaihe meeting last year, Xi also disappeared in front of the public from August 1 to 16.

Deng Yuwen said, "Dynamic clearing is a policy that Xi Jinping wants to adhere to. As a national leader, he does not abide by this rule. How can you make others abide by it? It is even more impossible for others to abide by this rule, so he should be an example."

Wang Juntao, chairman of the National Committee of the China Democracy Party headquartered in New York, pointed out that there were rumors of a coup d'état before Xi did not show up, but it did not take shape.

Wang Juntao also said that Xi Jinping returned to China early without attending the SCO dinner. Originally, if he was unable to attend the banquet, he should have been notified in advance, but Xi’s temporary absence shows that something happened in China. In the wrestling, but there is little suspense that Xi is expected to reach the top.