Sujit Choudhry was invited to a meeting on 10th July in Kiev, Ukraine in order to have an in-depth discussion concerning the Semi-Presidential governance system in the country. Choudhry is currently the director of the constitutional transitions center. The challenges facing the system according to Choudhry are quite a number but the main ones being the over-concentration of power at one point that is the presidency. The other factors were the presence of weak political parties in the country and the electoral system put in place by the legislature.
As an expert in constitutional law, Sujit has observed that in the recent past many countries are shifting to become democracies and this is where he comes in handy. He gives appropriate advice to the countries in their constitution making process. He says that the leaders who are in charge should come together, gather information on the best policies for their countries and discuss them in order to get the best way to create a constitution for the country. Check patch.com. The process of creating a new constitution or rewriting an older one is a major point of interest for many law students and other scholars.
Sujit Choudhry is a lecturer, a speaker, and an author (http://constitutionaltransitions.org/director/#Choudhry). He has participated in the writing of a good number of books, articles, reports, and journals among others, all talking about constitutional lawmaking and the reform process. Sujit Choudhry was very instrumental in the writing of the Canadian constitutional law. Because his works are recognized internationally, most law students get to refer to his work that is Constitutional making that comprises of case studies, academic contributions (works.bepress.com).
He has also carried out numerous researches on issues relating to constitutional law. This has certainly worked to his advantage by giving him a headstart whenever he has been called upon to give advice on designing an appropriate constitution. He also has a well-known reputation for helping countries create a constitutional design that caters for a transition from a dictatorship system of governance to a democratic one. Sujit Choudhry also gets to address issues to do with security and also provides answers to questions with regard to constitutional law. Choudhry is currently a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley-school of law.
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