Nevertheless, they do have a duty to ensure
that their procedures are followed, and
that the part of the process they "own"
not only does justice, but is seen to do
Failing to do that legitimately raises
questions of corruption in the ISO, as
well as in the individual national
bodies who make it up.
Think of gangrene: If your left leg has it,
then *you* have gangrene. And if you don't
cure it or at least cut off your leg, all
parts of your body get to die (;-))