The Ghana Bar Association wants government to quickly resolve the salary concerns of members of the Judicial Staff Association of Ghana(JUSAG).
This they say will curtail the adverse effects which the industrial action has so far had on the delivery of justice in the country.
GBA in a statement has entreated government to expedite action on the implementation of the consolidated salaries of members of the Judicial Service.
The National Labour Commission (NLC), on Tuesday filed a motion in court to have workers of the Judicial Service (JUSSAG) call off their strike.
But JUSSAG maintains it is unfazed with the legal suit brought against it, insisting they are ready to face the NLC in court over their ongoing strike.
JUSSAG announced a strike last week over government’s failure to approve their consolidated salaries and allowances despite an agreement to that effect.