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Vladimir Putin is planning to step down next year as speculation swirls in Russia that the longtime president may have Parkinson’s disease, a report said Thursday.Vladimir Putin is planning to step down next year as speculation swirls in Russia that the longtime president may have Parkinson’s disease, a report said Thursday.

Vladimir Putin to step down due to rumoured Parkinson’s disease, reports say

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Second bill in a week prompts talk of whether Putin could be preparing for retirementSecond bill in a week prompts talk of whether Putin could be preparing for retirement

Russian MPs consider lifetime immunity for former presidents | Vladimir Putin | The Guardian

Draft legislation also provides clues as to what Putin plans to do in 2024.Draft legislation also provides clues as to what Putin plans to do in 2024.

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The 68-year-old strongman president of Russia is being urged to retire by his former gymnast lover Alina Kabaeva, 37, insiders say.The 68-year-old strongman president of Russia is being urged to retire by his former gymnast lover Alina Kabaeva, 37, insiders say.

Vladimir Putin to 'quit in January' amid 'Parkinson's disease fears' | Daily Mail Online

The president’s attempts to brand legal election practices as fraud and to use the courts to intervene in the counting of votes are the latest examples of what has long been his malleable view of the democratic system.The president’s attempts to brand legal election practices as fraud and to use the courts to intervene in the counting of votes are the latest examples of what has long been his malleable view of the democratic system.

Trump?s attacks on vote counts seem to follow an authoritarian playbook - The Washington Post

The sides also confirmed their interest in returning to full-scale bilateral contactsThe sides also confirmed their interest in returning to full-scale bilateral contacts

Putin, Austrian chancellor discuss fight against coronavirus, energy cooperation - Russian Politics & Diplomacy - TASS

Putin, Austrian chancellor discuss fight against coronavirus, energy cooperation

Russian President Vladimir Putin may quit from his post in January amid fears he has Parkinson's disease, sources have claimed. Putin’s 37-year-old girlfriend, Alina Kabaeva, and his two daughters are pushing him to leave office, a report in The Daily Mail quoted Moscow political scientist Valery Solovei as saying. Solovei claimed that Putin may be suffering from Parkinson’s as the president has been seen recently exhibiting symptoms of the disease.Russian President Vladimir Putin may quit from his post in January amid fears he has Parkinson's disease, sources have claimed. Putin’s 37-year-old girlfriend, Alina Kabaeva, and his two daughters are pushing him to leave office, a report in The Daily Mail quoted Moscow political scientist Valery Solovei as saying. Solovei claimed that Putin may be suffering from Parkinson’s as the president has been seen recently exhibiting symptoms of the disease.

Putin may quit as Russia's president amid fears he has Parkinson's disease, sources claim, World News | wionews.com

Moscow is doing everything in its power to put an end to the armed conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh as soon as possible, Russian President Vladimir Putin saidMoscow is doing everything in its power to put an end to the armed conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh as soon as possible, Russian President Vladimir Putin said

Russia ‘Doing Everything’ to End Fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh • MassisPost

Moscow is doing everything in its power to put an end to the armed conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh as soon as possible, Russian President Vladimir Putin saidMoscow is doing everything in its power to put an end to the armed conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh as soon as possible, Russian President Vladimir Putin said

Russia ‘Doing Everything’ to End Fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh • MassisPost

The Kremlin spokesman assured that Putin is in excellent healthThe Kremlin spokesman assured that Putin is in excellent health

Putin not planning to resign, Kremlin says - Russian Politics & Diplomacy - TASS

Putin not planning to resign, Kremlin says

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The speculation comes at a time when Russian lawmakers have submitted a legislation that would grant former presidents lifetime immunity from criminal prosecution.The speculation comes at a time when Russian lawmakers have submitted a legislation that would grant former presidents lifetime immunity from criminal prosecution.

Vladimir Putin may step down next year because of health reasons, claims report - world news - Hindustan Times

Russia: ‘Vladimir Putin, who is suffering from serious illness, can resign at the behest of his girlfriend’ – Pledge Times

Strong points:President Vladimir Putin could resign from his post early next year. His girlfriend Alina Kabayeva and her daughters are called upon toStrong points:President Vladimir Putin could resign from his post early next year. His girlfriend Al

Vladimir Putin Parkinson: Russia: ‘Vladimir Putin, who suffers from a serious illness, may resign at the request of his girlfriend’ – Vladimir Putin to leave his post as Russian president amid fears he suffers from the disease Parkinson’s – BCFocus

A New York Post reporter says Vladimir Putin plans to step down next year amid  Speculation in Russia is that Putin may have Parkinson's disease.   By Eamonn SheridanA New York Post reporter says Vladimir Putin plans to step down next year amid  Speculation in Russia is that Putin may have Parkinson's disease.  

US media report Russian President Putin to resign due to failing health

The president sparked rumours surrounding his resignation after a new law was rushed through, which would make him senator for life. Sources now claim there are concerns surrounding his healthThe president sparked rumours surrounding his resignation after a new law was rushed through, which would make him senator for life. Sources now claim there are concerns surrounding his health

Vladimir Putin to 'resign in January' amid 'fears he has Parkinson's disease' - Daily Star

Russian President Vladimir Putin will step down in January as speculation he is suffering with Parkinson's disease grows after concerning video footage emerged, according to reports Russian President Vladimir Putin will step down in January as speculation he is suffering with Parkinson's disease grows after concerning video footage emerged, according to reports

Putin 'to quit as Russian president' in just weeks amid Parkinson's disease fears - World News - Mirror Online

"If you have a powerful enemy and the enemy is in a state of crisis and chaos, you can benefit by that," a Russian political analyst tells CBS News, as the country's media portray exactly that image."If you have a powerful enemy and the enemy is in a state of crisis and chaos, you can benefit by that," a Russian political analyst tells CBS News, as the country's media portray exactly that image.

Russia publicly frets over U.S. election uncertainty, but likely relishes it - CBS News

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin on Friday rejected as untrue a report in Britain's mass market Sun newspaper which suggested that Russian President Vladimir Putin may have Parkinson's disease and be poised to quit early next year. The Sun cited Professor Valery Solovei, a Russian political pundit, who suggested earlier this week on a Moscow radio station that Putin was under pressure from his entourage to step down due to fears for his health. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the media report based on Solovei's assertions, which was widely picked up by other British tabloid newspapers, was false. It's absolute nonsense, said Peskov. Everything is fine with the president. Asked if Putin was planning to step down in the near future as Solovei had suggested, Peskov said: No . (Reporting by Dmitry Antonov and Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber; Editing by Andrew Osborn)MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin on Friday rejected as untrue a report in Britain's mass market Sun newspaper which suggested that Russian President Vladimir Putin may have Parkinson's disease and be poised to quit early next year. The Sun cited Professor Valery Solovei, a Russian political pundit, who suggested earlier this week on a Moscow radio station that Putin was under pressure from his entourage to step down due to fears for his health. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the media report based on Solovei's assertions, which was widely picked up by other British tabloid newspapers, was false. "It's absolute nonsense," said Peskov. "Everything is fine with the president." Asked if Putin was planning to step down in the near future as Solovei had suggested, Peskov said: "No". (Reporting by Dmitry Antonov and Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber; Editing by Andrew Osborn)

Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a stark warning over growing religious violence in Europe, suggesting that "smouldering conflicts" over faith can linger for years, becoming a powder keg which can eventually explode.Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a stark warning over growing religious violence in Europe, suggesting that "smouldering conflicts" over faith can linger for years, becoming a powder keg which can eventually explode.

Putin weighs in on those who ‘offend the feelings of believers’ after spate of religion-related terror attacks in European cities — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

The Kremlin’s allies, long accustomed to hearing accusations of rigged Russian votes, have used President Trump’s contentions of fraud to turn the tables. But the Kremlin’s critics are firing back.The Kremlin’s allies, long accustomed to hearing accusations of rigged Russian votes, have used President Trump’s contentions of fraud to turn the tables. But the Kremlin’s critics are firing back.

President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree ordering the Russian government to try to meet the 2015 Paris Agreement to fight climate change, but ...President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree ordering the Russian government to try to meet the 2015 Paris Agreement to fight climate change, but ...

Putin orders Russian government to try to meet Paris climate goals - CNA

Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely to step down from the post amid his health concerns. According to the Russian media, Putin is said to beRussian President Vladimir Putin is likely to step down from the post amid his health concerns. According to the Russian media, Putin is said to be

Russian President Putin To Quit Amid Health Concerns - Gulte

Two Russian lawmakers have proposed a draft law on the extension of immunity for former presidents and their family members.Two Russian lawmakers have proposed a draft law on the extension of immunity for former presidents and their family members.

Bill On Ex-Presidents' Immunity Proposed By Two Russian Lawmakers

The proposed new law is part of constitutional reforms that pave the way for Putin to extend his rule until 2036.The proposed new law is part of constitutional reforms that pave the way for Putin to extend his rule until 2036.

Russia Moves to Grant Ex-Presidents Lifetime Immunity From Prosecution

Russian strongman has symptoms of Parkinson's disease, Moscow political scientist Professor Valery Solovei says; Russia is also drafting law to make him a senator for life once he resigns from the highest office in RussiaRussian strongman has symptoms of Parkinson's disease, Moscow political scientist Professor Valery Solovei says; Russia is also drafting law to make him a senator for life once he resigns from the highest office in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin to step down? Observers say he's got a serious disease

VLADIMIR PUTIN is ready to step down as President of Russia next year, over fears the leader has developed Parkinson's according to a close source.VLADIMIR PUTIN is ready to step down as President of Russia next year, over fears the leader has developed Parkinson's according to a close source.

Putin 'to resign as Russian president' as Kremlin footage uncovers major health concerns | World | News | Express.co.uk

Speculation over Putin's symptoms, fuelled by rushed legislation through parliament.Speculation over Putin's symptoms, fuelled by rushed legislation through parliament.

Russian President Vladimir Putin to resign amid Parkinson's concerns, reports claim - NZ Herald

Russian ex-presidents' immunity from criminal prosecution could be extended to any offences committed in their lifetimes, not merely while in office, under a bill submitted to parliament on Thursday.Russian ex-presidents' immunity from criminal prosecution could be extended to any offences committed in their lifetimes, not merely while in office, under a bill submitted to parliament on Thursday.

New bill set to expand Russian ex-presidents' immunity from prosecution | Reuters

Russian President was confident that the opposing sides could achieve their goals through negotiationsRussian President was confident that the opposing sides could achieve their goals through negotiations

Russia to do everything possible to end conflict in South Caucasus, Putin says - Russian Politics & Diplomacy - TASS

Russia to do everything possible to end conflict in South Caucasus, Putin says

In what comes as a recent developments, Russian president Vladimir Putin has begun developing symptoms of Parkinson's, which affects the brain and can cause shaking and stiffness. It is reportedly said that Putin is beginning to show signs of weakness in his hands, struggling to hold pens, as well as constantly twitchiIn what comes as a recent developments, Russian president Vladimir Putin has begun developing symptoms of Parkinson's, which affects the brain and can cause shaking and stiffness. It is reportedly said that Putin is beginning to show signs of weakness in his hands, struggling to hold pens, as well as constantly twitchi

Vladimir Putin 'will quit as Russian President in January amid fears he has Parkinson's disease' - Oneindia News

Vladimir Putin is planning to step down next year as speculation swirls in Russia that the longtime president may have Parkinson’s disease, a report said Thursday.Vladimir Putin is planning to step down next year as speculation swirls in Russia that the longtime president may have Parkinson’s disease, a report said Thursday. Moscow political scientist Valery

Vladimir Putin planning to step down next year: report

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Daily Mail Russian President Vladimir Putin will quit in January amid fears he has Parkinson's disease; Moscow sources have claimed. The 68-year-old strongman president of Russia is being urged to retire by his former gymnast lover Alina Kabaeva, 37, insiders say. Recent footage of Putin's legs moving around as he gripped onto the armrest of …

Russia's Vladimir Putin 'To Step Down' Amid Health Concerns | ChimpReports

Russian lawmakers are considering legislation that would grant ex-presidents lifetime immunity from criminal prosecution.Russian lawmakers are considering legislation that would grant ex-presidents lifetime immunity from criminal prosecution — a bill proposed under President Vladimir Putin’s constitutional

Putin proposal would give Russian presidents lifetime immunity

Russian President Vladimir Putin is reportedly intending to resign next year as speculation surges in Russia that the former KGB agent turned politician could be suffering from Parkinson’s disease. Political scientist Valery Solovei told The Sun that the Russian autocratic leader’s 37-year-old girlfriend, Alina Kabaeva, and his two daughters are pushing him to leave the […]

Vladimir Putin: Russian President Vladimir Putin Planning To Leave Office - Reports