Sujit Choudhry, helping the Ukraine

Professor Sujit Choudhry of California’s Berkeley School of Law is a well known and respected authority on comparative constitutional law. With more than twenty years experience in facilitating public sessions with civil society, advising technical experts, and more Sujit Choudhry was invited to Kiev, Ukraine last July with other experts in the field to help Ukraine with their troubled government. Over the last two decades the Ukraine government has been failing to thrive, Sujit Choudhry believes this is because of the concentration of power, electoral system, weak political parties, and the separation of power with the president and prime minister. At the center of policy and legal reform and International IDEA, Sujit Choudhry commented that the gathering of experts and leaders to discuss “evidence-based policy options” that support constitutional reform is extremely important for success. Check

Mr. Sujit Choudhry has lectured for over many countries as well as serving as advisor on the constitutional process to just as many. Working all over the world some of the countries he has worked with are Jordan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Libya, and Ukraine. He has also had more than ninety book chapters, reports, and articles published, one of them being the Migration of Constitutional ideas in 2006.  Get a better insight into his career choices, click this.

Currently Professor Sujit Choudhry is the Director of the center for Constitutional Transitions where they support constitution building my generating and spreading Evidence based knowledge on the subject.

Choudhry’s research covers a wide range of issues with the constitutional law and the politics such as, managing the transition away from violent conflict, ethnically divided societies, semi-presidentialism, minorities and group rights, constitutional courts, and so much more. Read more of his views on this interview, hit

Mr. Choudhry is member of ICONYS or the Executive Committee of the international society of Public Law, ICON or the Scientific Advisory board of the International Journal of Constitutional Law, the International Advisory Council of the Institute for Integrated Transitions, the Editorial board of the Constitutional Review, and a honorary member of the Advisory Council of the Indian Constitutional Law Review. More about his works on

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