The Government of every country needs to recognise the right of every professional to earn the important and the minimum amount of earning so that the survival of every professional is possible over the period.
Something similar has happened with the barristers of England and Wales, who have decided to go on a strike due to the less Legal Aid fees paid in criminal and civil matters.
Barrister Begins Strike Over Legal Aid Fees
This is nothing but the inconsistent way in which the community at large is utilising the services of these professionals without any appreciation concerning the important function that they perform.
All the barristers in England have finally realised that this will not be how the system should operate over time.
That is why we have decided to finally go on a strike after making the statement that the criminal lawyers are not paid adequately by the Government for any defence work that the Government takes from them.
Factors That Matter
This particular strike is likely to begin on Monday. It will continue over a long period until and unless the demands are finally met at the time of the Government.
While private criminal lawyers enjoy the freedom to charge a huge amount of fees from the client at the same point in time, the defence lawyers of the Government in criminal matters do not have the liberty to charge a huge amount of Legal Aid fees from the Government.
It is essential to consider for the time being that it is just demotivating the population over some time so that the lack of results could be monitored.
The Government usually hires defence lawyers in criminal matters and, after extracting every service from them, usually leaves them without substantive and adequate pay.
All of this has been able to leave a huge impact on the integrity of this noble profession, and they have finally decided to raise their voice against the injustice being met out to them in monetary terms.
Best Possible Terms
The Government is still not responding to any demands made by the criminal lawyers concerning the hike in the payment. This is not only discriminatory, but it also represents the pathetic attitude of government officials toward such a Nobel profession.
Every particular profession must be paid in terms of the effort that that professional can put into his work. All of this has been able to bring a huge amount of difference over the period.
This is the best kind of achievement that must be remembered in every situation so that the Government also considers the changes that the people must interview over the period.
It is expected that this particular form of strike would raise voices and warn the Government that the people can fight for the rise and will not be accepting every kind of policy that the Government would be imposing upon them.
This needs to be considered for governing the policymaking so that a better output could be generated in the long run.