Sujit Choudhry is director of the Centre for the constitutional transition. On the 10th of July in Kiev, a team of experts sat to discuss the semi-presidential system of the Ukraine government. Sujit mentioned that it was his privilege to be in the midst of experts. He went ahead and mentioned that democratization in Ukraine has not been stable and it is due to the concertation of the presidency power, the legislature electoral system and the weak political parties. His idea was seconded by Thomas Sidelius of Dalarna University and suMmit Bisarya of international IDEA; these two men have vast knowledge in the sector, so their opinions really count. Sujit also said that it was critical for the current constitutional thought of leaders to collect and discuss policy based options in support of the constitutional reform process. Sujit also thinks that the center of constitutional transitions is responsible for generating and mobilizing constitutional building. He is sure that the idea will help many countries to solve their constitutional, security and democratic problems that face them. To read more about him, visit his website here.
Sujit Choudhry is the I. Michael Heyman professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley school of law. There, he served as the school dean of his department. Before, he was the Cecelia Goetz professor of law at the University Of New York. He was also the Scholl chair at the University of Toronto. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for related article
Mr. Sujit is well respected in his sector having spoken many countries and combined a wide range research agenda with detailed experience as an advisor to the constitutional building. Some of the counties include Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Yemen, and Tunisia. To keep up-to-date with his latest work, check researchgate.net.
His research addresses a variety of issues in comparative constitutional law and politics. With the intensive information, any country should be able to achieve balance. Sujit has also published over 90 articles, book chapters, working papers and reports on the same. Some of his work include the migration of constitutional ideas, constitutional design for divided societies and integration or accommodation? Additional article to read on works.bepress.com.
He is currently the director of Centre for Constitutional Transitions, a company that generates and mobilizes knowledge in support of constitutional building by assembling international networks. More to read on indiawest.com.
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