Noida / Delhi (Manak Gupta) — Putin 'to resign as Russian president' as Kremlin footage uncovers symptoms of Parkinson’s 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.
Observers, who watched recent footage of Mr Putin, pointed out the President’s legs looked to be in constant motion.
They also noted Mr Putin looked to be in pain while clutching the armrest of a chair.
Mr Putin’s fingers are also seen to be twitching as he held a pen, with the overseers also claiming he gripped a cup believed to contain a cocktail of painkillers.
Analysts informed of the President’s health also claimed Alina Kabaeva, aged 37 and former lover of Mr Putin, has begged him to step down.
Professor Valery Solovei, Moscow political scientist, added Mr Putin’s daughters, Maria Vorontsova, 35, and Katerina Tikhonova, 34, are pressuring him to step down.
He added to The Sun: “There is a family, it has a great influence on him.
“He intends to make public his handover plans in January.”
Prof. Soloveo also claimed to the outlet a new Prime Minister will be appointed by the President, who has been “groomed” to take over from him. — Dylan Donnelly/@manakgupta