Is It Ideal To Have A Loser As President Of A Country?



Constitutions are supreme laws and what they say must be respected. Drafters of Constitutions should however weigh the implications of certain provisions before putting them into law.

It is of course an ideal practice to have a proper handing over of political office. Hence, a grace period in office after electoral loss would only be relevant if a transitional team could be put in place to enable the ousted administration to hand over its instruments to an incoming administration without any break in administration.

If this cannot be achieved having a loser to occupy state house would be an exercise in futility.