Chinese president suffers from mental illness, report says
BEIJING (Reuters) – Chinese President Xi Jinping has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy, a global media report has revealed.
According to the World News Agency, the news about a mysterious illness of Chinese President Xi Jinping started coming in 2019 during the Corona epidemic when President Xi Jinping was limping during his visit to Italy.
During his visit to Italy, President Xi Jinping was seen leaning back in his chair. In addition, the Chinese president had avoided meeting with foreign leaders at the Winter Olympics in Beijing.
In addition, Chinese President Xi Jinping’s late arrival in Shenzhen in 2020 to address the public, speaking softly and coughing was also rumored to be affecting his health.
However, now a report published in the world media has revealed that President Xi Jinping has been suffering from a cerebral palsy, cerebral aneurysm, for which he had to be hospitalized in the last month of last year.
The report also states that Xi Jinping preferred to be treated with traditional Chinese medicine, which softens blood vessels, rather than having brain surgery.
Cerebral aneurysms are actually abnormally dilated balloon glands in the arteries of the brain that are formed by weakening of the inner muscle layer in the blood vessel wall, which can lead to rupture of the blood vessels in the brain.
It is noteworthy that China has not yet commented on the news of President Xi Jinping’s illness.