Professor Sujit Choudhry was present at the Semi-Presidentialism Roundtable in Ukraine for talks about constitutional challenges being faced in the country. These talks were hosted by a Ukraine think tanks, the International Institute for Democracy, the Center of Policy and Legal Reform, and International IDEA as well. The city of Kiev hosted these important talks the government’s activities in Ukraine.
Choudhry felt that the talks regarding the Ukraine government were a privilege. He stated that the discussions on the matter would be an excellent opportunity to stabilize the democratization process in Ukraine, and also confront face issues including the president’s centralized power, political parties with weak influence as well as other concerns. Sutjit Choudhry went to Kiev like other important globally recognized figures such as Sumit Bisarya, Sergyi Holovatyi Viktor Musiaka, Thomas Sidelius, and Vladimir Vasilenko as well as many others.
Sujit Choudhry has been a speaker to large audiences in over 25 countries. Choudhry has put together set of case studies with focus on constitutional law and academic contribution aspects. This release is called: “Constitution Making”. Choudhry comprehends that it is imperative that leadership figures involved in developing constitutional ideas opt for policy options that are backed up by evidence when giving support to a constitutionals form process. Read related article here.
Sujit Choudhry is authority that has gained global recognition on the matter of comparative constitutional law and politics. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for more reading. Being a professor, Sujit Choudhry gives Law classes at the University of California. Choudhry has provided important contributions to building constitutional processes in a number of countries in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. To be updated with his latest work, browse on researchgate.net.
Sujit Choudhry holds the position of Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. This center is specialized in developing and offering knowledge to countries in the process of building their Constitution with the support of international networks that are backed by leading experts to as a team foment research projects and together develop evidence based policy options. To follow his timeline activities, hop over to crunchbase.com.
The Center for Constitutional Transitions has been involved in developing projects with the support of over 50 international experts. The center always prefers to partner with the global organizational network, NGOs as well as think tanks. Click bizjournals.com for added details.