Sujit Choudhry Helping Countries Embrace Democracy

Home / Sujit Choudhry Helping Countries Embrace Democracy recently featured an article about Sujit Choudhry’s think tank with top experts in Kiev. The Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions joined a group of experts in July to talk about the semi-presidential situation in the Ukraine. The main topic of conversation was the challenges the government was facing. Some of the topics including the center of policy and legal form and the international institute for democracy and electorate assistance.

People including Thomas Sidelius from Dalarna University and the representative for Human Rights in the Ukraine, Vladimir Vasilenko. Over time Sujit Choudhry has lectured many countries and helped with the constitutional process as an advisor all over the world. During this meeting Sujit Choudhry mentioned the recent involvement of transitional democracies when it comes to making constitutional decisions. More to read on

The center Sujit Choudhry is the director of is responsible for getting the knowledge out there to help support building constitution. they assemble the top experts to present evidence of policies that have worked. The Center for Constitutional Transitions works with the experts of over twenty countries. They help deal with political affairs and council countries coming from dictatorship to a democracy.  To read more about his exemplary achievements, check on this.

Sujit Choudhry is an authority in comparative constitutional law. He holds several law degrees and has served as a constitutional advisor for Sri Lanka, South America, Libya, Nepal, and several other countries. Choudhry has a law degree from Harvard, Toronto, and Oxford. He’s served as dean at the University of California, Berkeley-School of Law. He’s been involved in some dangerous advisor positions during times of political violence and ceasefires in certain countries.   The site has additional article on this.

He has continuing research in comparative constitutional law and using constitutional design to help bring peace to countries engaged in violent conflict. He’s written almost one hundred articles and papers on the subject and has lots of accolades including an Honorary Membership of the Advisory Council of the Indian Constitutional Law Review and more. Hit on for updates on his recent timeline activities.

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