So, the Russian constitution has a 2-term presidential limit. Vlad initially won the Presidency in 2000 and served two terms. To skirt the issue, he made himself PM for one term and appointed a toady (Medvedev) as President - before having another go and serving a further two terms. The latter of these ends in 2024 so he's faced with the problem again. What to do? Apparently, what to do is to amend the constitution via a referendum to severely limit the power of the Presidency and to transfer power to the legislative branch, before presumably becoming PM again. Or he could stay on in another capacity. Good idea, eh? Link.