The global constitutional experts led by Centers for democratic transitions chairman Sujit Choudhry met in Ukraine Kiev to discuss the legal loopholes that created semi-presidential systems. The brought their vast knowledge in political and constitutional arrangements and advised the government representatives changing of the current constitutionals was the best deal. In attendance were the world and local think tanks that have broad skills and acquaintance in matters containing governance and legal bill. Sujit said that the Ukraine legal bill concentrated more on presidential powers, legislative electoral system and political parties making it unstable. According to Sujit recent waves of transition democracies involvement in constitutional making decisions is not based on the right legal reform process.
He advises the scholars and other leaders to collect all the evidence and discuss the central policies based on the various options given to make the process swift and conclusive. Check sujitchoudhry.com. Centers of Constitutional and transitions under the leadership of Sujit Choudhry have served more than 25 countries guiding them on matters pertaining democratic, security and constitutional hurdles. The organization also partners with different think tanks, global legal networks dealing with multilateral agencies and NGOs in agenda setting and decision making when it comes to their country constitution. Their partners play a significant role in contributing to the needed evidence. They assist in publication, recruitments of experts, conferences, workshop, conceptualization, and dissemination of various outputs research. The company team of experts includes leading scholars who are in law and constitutional field and other senior policy practitioners. The center integrates experts from more than 25 countries to share their ideas. For added reference refer to papers.ssrn.com.
With reference from blogs.law.nyu.edu, Sujit Choudhry attended Oxford University for his bachelor’s degree and for his masters he attended Harvard law school. Over the years, his expertise has led him to lead constitutional building process in countries like South Africa, Nepal, Egypt and much more. He co-leads three other notable global collaborative and research projects dealing with security sector reforms, Territorial Cleavages, and constitutional Transition. To keep up-to-date with his recent work, click this.
Professor Sujit Choudhry serves as at Mediation Roster Member for the United Nations and a consultant for the World Bank Institute and an advisor at the United Nations development. He has received numerous rewards globally. Related article on law.nyu.edu.
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