Vladimir Putin may step down as President in January next year

Vladimir Putin may step down as President in January next year
Russian President Vladimir Putin may step down next year. According to media reports, he is suffering from Parkinson's disease and the disease is continuously increasing. Putin's girlfriend and former gymnast player Alina Kabeva has urged him to step down due to his growing troubles.

According to the information, Putin was recently seen staring in a TV footage and his eyes were also not able to recover. The report states that Putin also appeared in the footage biting his fingers while he was holding a cup. Who probably had medicine. The talk of Putin's departure has come at such a time. When a bill has been introduced before Putin last week. In which his life has been provisioned to remain senator. After passing this provision, the way for Putin to remain President of Russia for his life would also be cleared.

Vladimir Putin was an officer in the Soviet Union's spy organization KGB for 16 years. After retiring from there in 1991, he ventured into politics from his native city of St. Petersburg. He joined the administration of President Boris Yeltsin in Moscow in 1996. Due to Yeltsin's sudden resignation, he became the Acting President of Russia on 31 December 1999. Subsequently, Putin won the presidential elections of the year 2000 and then 2004.

He was ineligible to stand in the presidential election for the third consecutive time in 2008 due to the term limits set by the Russian Constitution. Dmitry Medvedev won the presidential election in 2008 and appointed Putin as Prime Minister. In 2012, Putin announced his election to seek a third term for the presidency, leading to mass protests in several Russian cities. He won this election in March 2012. Subsequently, he managed to become President of Russia again in 2018.

In Parkinson's disease, the body's contact cells of the brain slowly break down. Due to which they are unable to accept the messages being sent by the brain and they are unable to. This disease causes problems like dementia, rigidity, difficulty in walking, balance and coordination. This disease initially looks like paralysis but later takes serious form.

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