The Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, Mr. Sujit Choudhry together with other top constitutional experts had a sitting where they discussed the semi-presidential state of the Ukrainian government and the constitutional challenge therein. The spineless political parties, the legislature electoral system, and concentration of the presidency power accredited to the variability.
Additionally, Mr. Choudhry discussed the issues of interim democracies in constitutional making decisions and emphasized on the need for leaders to gather and deliberate on policy-based choices when making constitutional amendments.
Over the years, the Centre of Constitutional Transition has been responsible for the generating and mobilizing of knowledge in support of constitution building. It has been realized through a partnership with NGOs, global networks, experts and other think tanks, who aid in decision making and research in a bid to yield evidence-based policy reforms. The uniqueness of the Center, one that makes it stand out, is the way in which it involves and integrates authorities from over 25 countries. This diversity of ideas made it rich and equipped to solve the different constitutional, security and democratic obstacles there may be. For updates on his recent timeline activities, click on crunchbase.com.
Sujit Choudhry, born in 1970, has made a title for himself both locally and internationally. His reputed for his authority, expertise, and vast experience in the area of the constitutional building and comparative constitutional law. He aids pubic dialogues, spearheads stakeholder’s consultations, and executes exhaustive advisory work, instructs civil servants and bureaucrats as well as designing reports and memoranda.
Mr. Choudhry is a graduate of the University of Oxford, with a Bachelors in law, and masters in the same area from the School of Law, Harvard.
Besides being the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, he is also a Professor of law in various Universities and has lectured in over two dozen countries. More to read on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
Presently, he is overseeing some major global projects addressing politics, comparative constitutional law, constitutional designs, transitional justice, federalism, and secession. He is also an author and has written and published many books, articles, journals, and reports. Check indiawest.com. The Professor is also a member of the United Nations departments like the Mediation Roster and the Development Program. Related article on constitutionaltransitions.org.
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