User A rejects an edit. User B approves it, then User C rejects it again.
Does this have consequences for User B? Will they lose the right to approve/reject edits?
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Does this have consequences for User B? Will he lose the right to approve/reject edits?
No, why should it be so? Disagreement is ubiquitous and natural, that's why more than a single OP is involved.
User B might fail on audits, which are frequently strayed in their review queue, this would have consequences of throttling and banning them from reviews.