Category Archives: Law and Constitution

Sujit Choudhry – The Constitutional Process Advisor

Sujit Choudhry, the CCR (Center for Constitutional Transitions) founder, was a participant in Kiev, Russia to discuss on Ukraine semi-presidential system. He was joined by great individuals on occasion, who among them were Thomas Sibelius from Dalarna University and Bisarya from International Idea. He discusses on the wave of inclusion in transitional democracy. As a constitutional process advisor, he suggests that all constitutional reforms require through discussions by leaders to enhance any changes.

Changes to the constitution are center of interest to many people and should, therefore, be taken seriously. Centers for constitutional transitions are in charge of providing support to the constitutional transitions by educating the people concerning the constitution. Sujit Choudhry says that the Center of Constitutional Transitions has been able to provide clear details to support plan setting by leaders on constitutional matters.

He commends collaboration between the stakeholders including NGOs, worldwide system of Multilateral Associations and other relevant specialists who aid in every process of constitution transition which includes; workshops, conceptualization, and meetings, enrollment of specialists, distribution, and spread of the research results. Experts addressed included scholars and policy specialists. He suggests that idea sharing is one of the most important matter when dealing with democracy matters.  Read this relevant article on thereisnoconsensus.com/

The Constitutional Transitions organization was established in 2012. The organization deals with enabling collaboration of specialists in policymaking. It aims at providing updated research data on the constitutional matter in various countries.

Sujit Choudhry serves as Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. He studied in various universities Oxford University, the University of Toronto, and Harvard Law School. He holds a doctorate in law and works as a professor at the New York University. He has a record of being consulted in various nations like South Africa and Ukraine on matters relating to the constitution. He is well known for his great knowledge in law and constitution formulation and understanding.  For a related article, click on blogs.law.nyu.edu.

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Apart from constitutional and legal matters, Sujit Choudhry is a writer who has produced various articles, journals, and books.  Visit his facebook.com page to read his blogs.

With his passion in law, most of his writing contents revolve on the constitution and law-related matters especially in his famous book; ‘Constitutional making.’ Due to his work, he has been awarded severally by various countries and universities. More to read on indiawest.com.

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Sujit Choudhry Offers His Constitutional Expertise to the World

This is a critical time for political and philosophical leaders to openly support democratic reforms throughout the world, according to Sujit Choudhry, the director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. However, the constitutional expert admitted that the even best efforts may not always be successful, an example of failure being the current situation in Ukraine.

Sujit Choudhry discussed the quest for democratization during a recent conference conducted in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev. He was joined by such observers as Ihor Koliushko, a former member of the Ukrainian parliament, and Vldaimir Vasilenko, who represents the nation on human rights issues. Much of the discussion centered around the system that currently exists in Ukraine. Sujit Choudhry attributed the inability of the country to adopt democratic principles to several issues, including the heavy concentration of presidential power and the nation’s weak political structure.  More reading on indiawest.com.

The Center for Constitutional Transitions is primarily concerned with the creation and dissemination of information that can be used to promote democratic principles. Working with individuals and organizations, it strives for the establishment of democratic systems through workshops and conferences that publish their findings. It employs constitutional experts from more than two dozen countries.  Click on works.bepress.com for an additional article.

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Born in India in 1970, Sujit Choudhry would obtain his bachelor’s degree from Oxford University, in England, and his master’s degree from Harvard Law School. Initially employed as a clerk for the Supreme Court of Canada, he later taught at the University of Toronto and the New York University School of Law. He served for two years as dean of the school of law at the University of California, Berkley. He was in fact the first person of Indian descent to serve in that post. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for a related article.

Sujit Choudhry is a specialist in the area of comparative constitutional law. His background accounts for his involvement in countries that are undergoing political transitions, from Ukraine to Egypt. He has published numerous books and individual articles on the subject, and is a recipient of the Trailblazer Award. He and his wife have one child.  check his timeline activities, follow him on his facebook.com page.

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