Kremlin called reports about Russian President's illness as 'nonsense'
Kremlin called reports about Russian President's illness as 'nonsense'

The official residence of the Russian president Moscow's Kremlin denied the report that the President Vladimir Putin amid fears of  Parkinson's disease he may quit from his post in January yesterday. The media reports claimed the President is affected with Parkinson's disease and his family wants him to quit. 

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This came when Russian lawmakers are contemplating the legislation proposed that would grant ex-presidents lifetime immunity from criminal prosecution. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the media "It's absolute nonsense," and added "Everything is fine with the president",  which claims the media news was false. On replying to the question, is the President planning to step down in the near future as  the media had suggested, Peskov said: "No". The people have speculated that Putin may be suffering from Parkinson's disease earlier too and this is not the first time. 

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