Vladimir Putin Plans to Quit as Russian President in January 2021 Amid Speculation That He is Suffering From Parkinson’s Disease: Reports

This should be called the proverbial rumor-mill too but possible. You know a few years ago, the woman whom he was seeing had a child in Italy and that was in the news. She has not been seen but it is said, she’s probably living in privacy at that. This story seems to indicate, Putin will possibly join her then. Anyway, that’s kind of complicated to explain.

Vladimir Putin Plans to Quit as Russian President in January 2021 Amid Speculation That He is Suffering From Parkinson’s Disease: Reports

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Latestly 5 November 2020

Russia, November 6: Russian President Vladimir Putin is planning to quit in January 2021 amid speculations that he has Parkinson’s disease, according to media reports. Putin, who is 68 is reportedly being urged by his family members to retire due to his health.

A report in New York Post quoted Moscow political scientist Valery Solovei saying, "Putin’s 37-year-old girlfriend, Alina Kabaeva, and his two daughters are pushing him to leave the office. There is a family, it has a great influence on him. He intends to make public his handover plans in January.” Vladimir Putin Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize 2021 by Russian Writer, Kremlin Reacts.

Putin is reportedly suffering from Parkinson’s as the president has been seen recently exhibiting symptoms of the disease. Some reports also say that Putin has begun to show signs of weakness in his hands, struggling to hold pens, as well as constantly twitching his leg.

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https://in.news.yahoo.com/vladimir-putin-plans-quit-russian-052622444.html

I don’t believe it is a rumor. A few years ago there was talk of this but no details. It was mentioned that it was health-related though.

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