A recent workshop held in Ukraine, the discussion include Sujit Choudhry and a group of experts that discussed the presidential system in Ukraine and the constitutional problems experienced. Mr. Sujit explained that the instability in the Ukrainian constitution was due to the concentration of powers in the presidency, legislature, and the electoral body. The workshop had various people who are highly eloquent at issue up for discussion, this included; Vladimir Vasilenko Ukraine’s representative of human rights, Victor Musiaka, president representative in the supreme court, Ihor Koliushko representative for policy and legal reforms and many others.
Sujit Choudhry discussed the constitutional making process. The center of democratic transitions is the body that is responsible for the creation of the constitution. An assembly of the international community is outsourced and assembled to provide evidence related policy options. They team up with NGOs and multilateral organizations in the research in decision making. The team of experts has senior policy individuals from over 25 countries, and this provides a full field of view, and thus they can solve constitutional securities and common challenges facing the nation. Relevant article to read on thereisnoconsensus.com.
Sujit Choudhry was born in 1970; he graduated with a degree in law from Oxford University and proceeded to Harvard University for his masters of law. He is famous due to his depth in the constitutional building process. He is a teacher of law at the University of California, Barkley school of law and an advisor to constitution-making process in Egypt, Jordan, Libya, South Africa, Tunisia, Ukraine, and Yemen. To read more about the professor, visit his website, click sujitchoudhry.com.
Sujit Choudhry is the head of democratic transitions, where he works with a network of experts from 25 countries in dealing with related constitutional matters. He is currently co-leading research projects that deal with territorial cleavages, security reforms, and legal transitions. His research output publishing was in 2017.His research is on solutions towards original design as an instrument for managing transition conflicts to peaceful and democratic. Sujit serves as the member of World Bank consultant and the United Nations development program. Sujit contributed to the writing of the Canadian constitutional law, and books such as migration of constitution ideas, and international society of public law. For added reference, refer to independent.academia.edu.
Sujit Choudhry career is highly decorated, and he has received numerous awards in the countries he has worked in as well as institutions. He won the practitioners of the year award in 2011 from south Asia bar association. Related article on law.nyu.edu.
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