Sujit Choudhry attends a workshop in Kiev to discuss challenges facing Ukrainian presidential system
Sujit Choudhry serves as the current Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. This organization comprises of top constitutional and legal experts from different parts of the globe. Their main role is to help emerging democracies to draft and review their constitutions. Currently, Sujit and his team of experts have helped more than 15 countries to draft their constitution in a manner that will serve every citizen in the country. Sujit has traveled in many countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe with the same mission.
The Centre for Constitutional Transitions helps to solve numerous constitutional cases. This year, the organization has helped three countries to draft the new constitution. Sujit has personally published numerous books and articles that touch on constitutions, especially for the emerging democracies. He has a wealth of experience that spans over three years. His unmatched expertise and experience set him apart as the leader in the industry.
In 2003, Sujit Choudhry teamed up with other constitutional and legal experts where they headed to Sri Lanka to solve the crisis that was facing the country. The team was proposing a federalist solution to the crisis that had hit the country. In 2007 and 2010, Sujit and another team of experts headed to Nepal on a similar mission. He is renowned for his expertise in comparative constitutional law, and he is highly respected among his peers. More to read on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
Recently, Sujit teamed up with another team of constitutional and legal experts where they headed to Ukraine. Sujit and his team attended a workshop in Kiev to discuss the challenges facing the Ukrainian presidential system. The workshop was organized by various bodies that include democracy & electorate assistance, International Institute for democracy and center for policy and legal reform. Check this related article on law.nyu.edu.
Sujit Choudhry noted that he was privileged to discuss challenges facing Ukrainian Presidential system with experts, most of whom serve in the Ukrainian government. In his speech, Sujit noted that the Ukrainian presidential system has been unstable. He says that the main reason for this is due to the concentration of power in the presidency. Sujit continued to note that the legislature electoral system and the weak political parties in the country also contributed to the menace facing the country. For updates on his recent timeline activities, hop over to crunchbase.com.
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