Report: Russian President Putin will retire in January due to illness

Report: Russian President Putin will retire in January due to illness
Report: Russian President Putin will retire in January due to illness

Report: Vladimir Putin intends to retire soon as President of Russia. The British Daily Mail reported this morning (Friday) that the 68-year-old president intends to retire in January, due to the Parkinson’s disease he suffers from – according to the report.

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The report also claims that Putin’s partner, 37-year-old Alina Kabwa, is urging him to resign – along with the Russian president’s two daughters. Lately he seemed to be in pain during his public appearances. He also appeared to be suffering from a problem in his legs and hands.

The speculation about Putin’s possible retirement comes at a time when Russian lawmakers are considering a presidential bill that would make former presidents immune from criminal proceedings – for life.

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