Sujit Choudhry’s recent trip to Kiev involved discussions about the center of policy and legal reform, Institute of democracy and electorate assistance, and the support provided by intergovernmental organizations around the world for maintainable democracy. Choudhry said it was an honor to be able to discuss such issue with experts and professionals in the field. He also went on to comment that the democracy in Ukraine is not yet stable due in part to the weak political parties, the focus of the presidential power and the legislature electoral system (prnewswire.com).
In Choudhry’s presence were prominent people such as Vladimir Vasilenko – Representative on Human Rights, Ukaraine, Viktor Musiaka – President’s Representative in Supreme Court, Ihor Koliushko – Center of Policy Representative, Former Parliament Member and President Advisor, Thomas Sidelius of Dalarna University, and Sumit Bisarya of International IDEA. The individuals mentioned have an in-depth knowledge of the subject that was discussed, and their valuable inputs were highly essential.
Sujit Choudhry was born in 1970 He finished his masters in law at the Harvard Law School, and earned his Bachelors of Law degree at the Oxford University. His extensive knowledge of law created opportunities for him to be able to establish good partnership relations with everyone he comes across with. He is recognized internationally also because of his unique experience in the process of constitutional building.
Because of his vast experience and knowledge in law that includes constitutional building process, Sujit Choudhry was tapped to as an advisor in South Africa, Ukraine, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Nepal and Libya among a few where he also provided lectures on constitutional building.
Currently, Sujit Choudhry holds the position of Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, which works in tandem with experts in the field that come from over twenty-five countries that deals with political and constitutional affairs.
Professor Choudhry’s research on various issues on politics and comparative constitutional law has given him unmatched expertise in providing advice about law and politics and the appropriate ways on how to design a constitution (medium.com).
His diligence and hard work are appreciated and recognized in all the countries he has worked with (http://www.law.nyu.edu/news/choudhry_award). In honor of all his efforts, he was awarded the Practitioner of the Year Award from the South Asian Bar Association in 2011. He also got an award from the Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship.
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