The director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, Sujit Choudhry joined top constitutional experts on July 10th in Kiev, Ukraine. The experts conferred on the challenges facing the semi-presidential system of the Ukraine government. They also discussed the legal challenges faced by the system currently. The workshop was hosted by great minds such as the Center for Policy and Legal Reforms, the International Institute for Democracy and Electorate Assistance and intergovernmental organizations that support maintainable democracy internationally.
Sujit stated that it’s an honor to talk about executive powers when the experts are present. He also said that that democratization in Ukraine has been unstable. The instability has been brought about by the parliament electoral system, concentration of the presidency power and the weak political parties.
In the summit, Sujit was joined by significant people like Sumit Bisarya of International IDEA, Thomas Sidelius of Dalama University, Ukraine’s representative on Human Rights, Vladimir Vasilenko, and Sergyi Holovatyi, a constitutional commissioner in Ukraine, Viktor Musiaka who is the president representative in Supreme Court. These people got vast knowledge on constitutional matters, and their contribution was highly required. Sujit Choudhry has succeeded to lecture many countries and worked as the constitutional process advisor around the world. Keep up-to-date with his latest work, hit on reseachgate.net.
Sujit Choudhry stated that the recent instability of the involvement of the transitional democracies in constitutional making decisions. He also adds that it was important for the leaders to gather and discuss policy based options on the constitutional reforms.
Sujit Choudhry served as Dean at the University of California where he is currently the International Michael Heyman Professor of Law. He has also served at New York University as the Cecelia Goetz Professor of Law and as University of Toronto School Chair. Check law.nyu.edu for additional reading.
Choudhry is a renowned superior on constitutional, comparative law and politics. He has given talks in over 24 countries. He possesses in-depth experience and full range research agenda as a constitution building advisor. for his contact info, hit bizjournals.com.
He has helped in the constitutional formation process of countries such as Tunisia, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Jordan, South Africa, Libya, and Nepal. Professor Sujit earned law degrees from Harvard, Oxford, and Toronto. He also worked as a law clerk to Antonio Lamer (Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada). More to read here.
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