Professor Sujit Choudhry was at the Semi-Presidentialism Roundtable in Ukraine to discuss constitutional challenges in the country. This discussion was hosted by a Ukraine think tank, the Center of Policy and Legal Reform, and the International Institute for Democracy, and International IDEA. Kiev was the city to host these important discussions about how government should work in Ukraine.
Choudhry saw the discussion about the Ukraine government as a privilege. He mentioned that this talk would be a good opportunity to stabilize the country’s democratization process, and face issues such as the president’s centralized power, political parties with little strength and other issues. Choudhry was present in Kiev with other important international figures such as Sumit Bisarya,Thomas Sidelius, Vladimir Vasilenko, Sergyi Holovatyi, Viktor Musiaka, and others.
Read this relevant article on thereisnoconsensus.com.
Sujit Choudhry has given lectures in more than 25 countries. He recently released a collection of case studies focusing on constitution law and academic contributions. Choudhry’s new release is titled: “Constitution Making”. Choudhry feels that it is very important that leaders developing constitutional ideas to use policy options that are based on evidence when supporting a reform process to the constitution. Check this recent article of Sujit on activistpost.com.
Sujit Choudhry, is a globally recognized authority on the subject of comparative constitutional law and politics. Professor Sujit Choudhry teaches Law at the University of California, in Berkeley. Choudhry has been an important contributor to building constitutional processes in many countries in the Middle East such as Egypt and Jordan, as well as African countries such as Libya and South Africa, and Asian countries such as Sri Lanka, and Nepal, and Eastern European countries such as Tunisia and Ukraine. For an update of his timeline activities, hit on crunchbase.com.
Sujit Choudhry is also the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. This center specializes in creating and making knowledge available to countries building their constitution through the use of getting international networks of leading experts to network and meet to forward research projects and make policy options that are based on evidence available to practitioners. The Center for Constitutional Transitions has developed projects with more than 50 experts from 20 countries or more. The center focuses on partnering with the global network of organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, and think tanks. More to read on en.wikipedia.org.
A must-read article on http://www.ceocfointerviews.com/interviews/CenterforConstitutionalTransitions17.htm