"Election administrators should be prepared: (i) To justify their decisions. (ii) To make freely available the information on which each decision was based. (iii) To arrange effective and reasonable access to relevant documents and information, within the framework of the country’s electoral and freedom of information laws. 17. In addition, election administrators and administrators should: (i) Ensure that the agents of each political party or candidate can fully and effectively exercise their legal rights. (ii) Consult with participants in the electoral process on a regular basis, and in relation to specific decisions, if it is appropriate to do so in the circumstances. (iii) Provide an explanation, in response to reasonable requests, for a decision they have made as part of the electoral process, or a decision made as part of the general operation of the election administration. (iv) Establish a system that allows interested parties to access, in a timely manner, all critical information, documents, and databases used in an election process, or used in the normal operation of the election administration. (v) Disclose any deficiency in the administration of an election if it comes to their attention."