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Sujit Choudhry was Invited to Discuss Constitutional Challenges with Other Top Experts

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Sujit Choudhry may very well be the face of comparative constitutional law and politics. The Founding Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions takes a unique approach to researching and implementing different constitution building methods. He has devoted his entire career to providing solutions for the range of issues plaguing comparative constitutional law and politics. Read about his exemplary achievements, click on law.nyu.edu.

In late 2017 he met with other experts in his field in Kiev to discuss constitutional challenges. one of the topics of conversation was the semi-presidential system of the Ukrainian government. The process of Ukraine transitioning to a more democratic regime has not gone as well as Choudhry would like. Instability has plagued democratization efforts due to things like trouble with presidency power and weak political parties. Though there were adverse opinions the individuals were able to agree on many issues and was an overall productive event.

one of the more notable attendees was International IDEA Sumit Bisarya. Ukraine’s human rights representative Vladimir Vasilenko and Center for policy and legal reform representative Ihor Koliushko were also in attendance. Sujit was happy to share ideas with these individuals with vast knowledge on the subject matter.  More to read here.

Sujit Choudhry is also an international speaker. Every year he lectures in several countries.

Sujit Choudhry was very excited to share his views on the recent wave of constitutional making decisions being influenced by transitional democracies. He encouraged the attendees to help get ahead of this trend in support of the constitutional reform process.  For updates on his recent timeline activities, hit on crunchbase.com.

About The Center of constitutional Transitions

The Center produces and mobilizes and deploys information in support of constitution building. The center employs a network of experts that research ways to make constitutional transitions go smoother. It collaborates with think tanks around the world. What sets the center apart form others like it is its diversity. It integrates experts from various countries.  Additional article to read on indiawest.com.

Have an in-depth look at the professor’s profile visit http://sujitchoudhry.com/