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To ensure that election results reflect the will of voters as faithfully as possible, the legal framework must protect the principles of freedom, fairness and electoral jurisdiction (see Fair and Just Trial). These can, as in the Philippines, for example, be oriented towards the search for an honest, orderly, peaceful and credible context and give the country`s citizens equal opportunities in the public sector. 74 The legal framework can protect the integrity of the election in a variety of ways. The authority is given to certain bodies that perform certain functions. However, this power can be limited if we divide this power between the different institutions and subject them to a series of revisions and adjustments. For example, one electoral management body has the authority to hold elections, but another body may have the authority to set electoral boundaries or manage public funds for political parties. Similarly, when structuring specific regulatory frameworks within business plans, these will help to move within the parameters required by law and thus not make mistakes that could jeopardize the integrity of the company and its reputation. The legal provisions include guidelines for determining the structure of electoral administration, instructions to election administrators on how to carry out their work, and the rights and obligations of political parties, the media, voters and other participants in an election. A special mention, in the context of self-regulation in NGOs, is the question that concerns the relationship with the “beneficiary population” or third parties for whom NGO programmes and/or projects are carried out. In this context, we believe that the role of the legal framework should not be to provide for additional obligations or mandatary bodies in which these third parties are involved, but that such a link should be established spontaneously between NGOs and the population to which they are addressed, bearing in mind that: (a) it is a private relationship; whose conditions of communication are not exactly legal due to various factors and b) the participation of the population must be voluntary, as NGOs must be more active and transparent in the community in which they integrate and/or act (e.g.

the issue of the social responsibility of commercial enterprises), i.e. it must obey a “way of acting” rather than complying with a legal obligation. 4.2.4. Fundamental rights and obligations of Members. It is important to actively participate in members` decision-making, especially given the “social work” carried out by NGOs. In this sense, the legislation could provide for an open list of the rights and obligations of members/promoters, leaving it to an internal regulation (specific to each NGO) to set specific conditions for: a) the conditions of admission, b) the grounds for exclusion and the bodies that accept and/or revise the decision, and c) the specific obligations and rights. 4.2.7. General guidelines for the management of conflicts of interest. In our view, situations relating to NGOs that have permanent competence or that constantly have conflicting interests, those that have an ongoing procedure with the NGO concerned, or in the case where a particular person is elected to a senior civil service, constitute a link (albeit indirect) with the activities of NGOs, in which he participates, is linked to the obstacles to the exercise of the function itself, that the latter aspect aims to achieve a more transparent and equitable approach to the NGO concerned and thus prevent its image from being damaged by “political favours” that affect its autonomy. In this panorama, so-called non-governmental development NGOs are groups that act in a transcendent way within society and at the same time represent an important form of citizen participation in actions and/or policies of “social interest”.

This includes the need and/or convenience to create their own legal framework to strike a balance between: (a) the need to provide them with more transparency and accountability (accountability) to society as a whole, and (b) the need to achieve adequate independence from government agencies, based on the fact that NGOs are a genuine expression of the exercise of the Constitution. Freedom of association.