Russian President: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, who has held the number one position in Russian politics for the last 20 years, may leave his post next year. This report is coming from the US media and British media. The report claims that Vladimir Putin has severe Parkinson’s disease. Because of which 37-year-old girlfriend of the President of Russia, Elena Kabeva and her two daughters are asking them to step down. In such a situation, the president can leave his post next year.
Speculation about Putin’s leaving has come at a time when Russian legislators are considering a law proposed by the President. It talks about providing lifetime immunity to former presidents from criminal prosecution. This new bill was introduced by Putin himself and according to him, till Putin is alive, he will be exempt from legal action and will get all the facilities from the state.
You can hand over power to someone else in January
According to media reports, Moscow political scientist Valeri Solovey was told that the Russian President’s girlfriend and his two daughters are pushing for the resignation of Putin. Putin can hand over the power to someone else in January next year. He said that perhaps the President is struggling with Parkinson’s disease and recent pictures have shown symptoms of this disease.
It is being claimed in the report that the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease were seen in the President recently. According to footage reviewed by an observer, Putin was recently seen shaking his legs constantly. The report said that Putin also appeared in the footage with his fingers chopped off when he was holding a cup which probably contained drugs. This is not the first time that people have speculated that Putin has Parkinson’s disease. Soloway said that a new PM will be created soon and will be trained under Putin’s protection.