The title, offered in the context of Kirsan Ilyumzhinov's statement that he intends to run for yet another term as FIDE President in 2018, is not to be taken as anything but a tongue-in-cheek jest. Sigh. Some good things have happened under his administration, but it's time for some new blood - which does not mean Deputy/Acting President Giorgios Makropolous, either.
But then who? As people going back as far as Plato have recognized, the sorts of people who have political office are not the sorts of people inclined to run for the job. Plato added that one reason they can sometimes be compelled to run is for fear of the alternative: being ruled by bad men. Whether Ilyumzhinov or Makropolous should be thus characterized is a fair question for debate, but I doubt that many chess fans around the world would consider their political leadership to have been an unalloyed good. So...who's going to run against Ilyumzhinov this time?