Why are term limits more lax in the legislature? [closed]

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Feb 10, 2022 01:28 PM 0 Answers
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While many democratic countries impose term limits on their heads of government, legislative members usually enjoy much more lax rules, and often there is simply no term limit at all for representatives and senators. Why is that?

I'm not asking why term limits exist. I'm asking why they're usually enforced over heads of the executive branch and not members of the legislative.

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