What prevents a winning candidate from breaking their campaign promise after the election?

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In theory, the citizens vote for candidate X because they share their electoral offers or promises, but sometimes those candidates don't do what they said. So my question is:

What prevents a winning candidate from breaking their campaign promise after the election?

The words are moved by the wind, I can say anything to win an election
and do exactly the opposite after I take the power.

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