Sujit Choudhry, director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, met with other elite constitutional exerts in the world in Kiev, Ukraine, in July of 2017.
These experts were in Ukraine to discuss the quasi-presidential system of the Ukraine as well the constitutional obstacles that the government faced. The Unkraining people that met with these experts were heads of think tanks like the international institute for democracy and electorate and the center of policy and legal reform. There were also intergovernmental groups that have tried to sustain democracy all over the world. Choudhry felt honored to meet with the experts and to be able to talk about executive powers. He told these experts that the democratic process is not stable. The amount of presidential power, the legislature and the weakness of the some of the political parties have contributed to the instability of the country. Additional article on works.bepress.com
There were some notable people at thihomas meetin. Some of the notables were Thomas Sidelius, Dalarma University, Sumit Bisarya, International IDEA, Vladimir Vasilenko, a Ukrainian human rights representative, Sergyi Holoyatyi, a representative for Ukranian Supreme Court, ad Viktor Musiaka, a representative for the Center for Policy and Reform. Related article on constitutionaltransitions.org.
Sujit Choudhry is known around the world as an expert on constitutional processes. He has published a book called Constitutional Making, a collection of academic and classic articles about Constitutional Law. Check this on indiawest.com.
Sujit Choudhry is still currently a professor at UC-Berkeley School of Law. Sujit Choudhry is still an expert on constitutional law and politics, In Jordan, Egypt, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Tunisia and Yemen, he has acted as an advisor on the process of building a constitution. More of his advisory works in this link on sujitchoudhry.com.
He is still a director for the Center for Constitutional Transitions. This center helps countries build constitutions with the help of an international network of experts. So far, this center has partnered with more than 50 experts in over 25 countries. These experts come from international groups, non-profits and think tanks. Read his views in this interview, click on this.
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