CONCLUSION Lobbying is a fundamental feature of our democratic political process. Since policies affect us all, organizations, individuals, charities, churches, universities, and public interest groups are here to ensure public officials make fair and informed decisions by exploring all sides of an issue. It is a way of participating to the system of checks and balances, however, it can produce equitable government policies in a given country and unfair consequences in another. The general public usually mistrusts lobbying practices and people are often quick to condemn big multinational companies when they infringe human rights abroad but it would not be the case if there were no demand at home. It is sad to see that the price for eating cheap bananas is an increasing poverty and unemployment rate in some Caribbean islands but who is ready to buy expensive something that can be bought for a lot less?