It also means that the authorities concerned can be better prepared to assist the parties in resolving disputes arising from the agreement or from subsequent negotiations between the same parties. The primary objective of national policy in this area should be to promote and promote free and voluntary collective bargaining that allows the parties to enjoy maximum autonomy, while creating a legal framework and administrative structure that they can use on a voluntary basis and by mutual agreement, in order to facilitate the conclusion of collective agreements6. the collective agreement of the authorities for authorisation before its entry into force. . . .