In regular, free and fair elections, there are winners and losers. Often the losers in an election believe so strongly that their party or candidate is the best one, that they refuse to accept the results of the election.

This is against the principles of democratic government. The consequences of not accepting the result of an election may be a government that is ineffective and cannot make decisions. It may even result in violence which is also against democracy.

Source: lawanddemocracy.org Principles of Democracy - a list of thirteen principles.
Further reading: David Priess: The Powerful Norm of Accepting the Results of a Presidential Election, Lawfare, Oct. 9, 2020.

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