Vladimir Putin is intending to venture down one year from now as theory whirls in Russia that the long-term president may have Parkinson’s disease, a report said Thursday.
Moscow political specialist Valery Solovei told that the Russian strongman’s 37-year-former sweetheart, Alina Kabaeva, and his two girls are pushing him to leave office.
“There is a family, it impacts him. He expects to unveil his handover plans in January,” Solovei told the media source.
Solovei additionally recommended Putin might be experiencing Parkinson’s as the president has been seen as of late displaying side effects of the disease.
Putin as of late gave off an impression of being in desolation while appearing to continually move his legs, as per film assessed by a spectator, news detailed.
Investigated film additionally seemed to show his fingers jerking as he held a cup that potentially contained medication, report said.
Hypothesis of Putin’s conceivable flight comes as Russian legislators are thinking about enactment proposed by the president that would allow ex-presidents lifetime insusceptibility from criminal indictment.