Sujit Choudhry has been dubbed by the world as the leading expert in the laws of constitutions and comparative politics between governments. His specialty is looking at constitutional efficiency and how that affects the processes of governments passing laws. Sujit Choudhry has dedicated his life to spreading his wisdom and specialty to both government officials and the masses so that governments would be capable of crafting efficient constitutions and the people would be able to hold those government officials accountable. Click on bizjournals.com for added info.
Sujit Choudhry learned how to craft efficient constitutions during his time at both the University of Oxford and Harvard University. From here, he would continue to craft his theory while serving as a law professor at the California state University of Berkeley. After proving that he was as wise as everyone else thought, Sujit Choudhry was able to become the first indian-american Dean at the University.
He would then go on to help guide many Middle Eastern countries in developing their Democratic constitutions. Countries like Jordan, Egypt, and Libya, decided to hire him to become a consultant who would guide them in crafting their constitutions. When we consider all of this background, it should be no surprise that when the Ukrainian government had to craft their Democratic Constitution, they turned to this man. Additional reading available on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
He was part of a think tank that included many other experts. To keep up-to-da with his latest work, check on researchgate.net. Upon arriving, he expressed just how glad he was that the Ukrainian government was willing to listen to the best of the best. These all were men and women who have crafted their Philosophy of Law in the battlefield of peer reviewed journals and debate. When they looked at the Ukrainian government they found three problems. After identifying these problems, they were able to pave a way forward so that the Ukrainian government could craft their efficient Constitution. Read insights from him on this article on iconnectblog.com.
The first problem they had was that the president had no power. He was unable to do his duties. The second was that the electoral system was malfunctioning. Lastly, they had weak political parties who thought they deserved office. People did not trust them. They lacked integrity.
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