As the Center for Constitutional Transitions’ director, Sujit Choudhry on July 10 was among a group of constitutional experts in Kiev. Their main agenda was to discuss the Ukraine Government’s Semi-presidential system. The team also discussed the Constitutional challenges that the Ukrainians government faced.
As part of the panel and hosts, there was a particular Ukrainian think tank. It included the intergovernmental organizations that support sustainable democracy globally, the center for legal and policy reforms, and the International Institute for Democracy. Sujit Choudhry mentioned that he was privileged to be working with experts in the discussion of executive powers. Check on this for additional reading.
He mentioned that it was evident that the instability of the Ukrainian government was owed to three things:
- Presidential power concentration
- Weak political parties
- The legislature electoral system
Those who worked with Sujit Choudhry are notable people in Ukraine. They have extensive knowledge of the subject matter discussed in the event. They included the following:
- Thomas Sidelius of Dalarna University
- Sumit Bisarya an International IDEA
- Human rights representative in Ukraine Vladimir Vasilenko
- Ukraine’s Constitutional commission member, Sergyi Holovatyi
- The supreme court’s president representative, Victor Musiaka,
- The agent for the center for policy and legal reform, Ihor Koliushko
- President’s advisor
- Member of Parliament
- As well as round table participants
About Sujit Choudhry
He is most renowned for “authority on comparative constitutional law.” He is the first Indian-American to have Dean employed at the University of California.
Born in 1970, Sujit Choudhry became one of the great professionals at law to attain a Masters Degree at Harvard school of law. His passion for law forced him to abandon biological studies he had taken up earlier to study his Bachelor’s degree in law at the Oxford University. For added details, hit on bizjournals.com.
His extensive knowledge in the field of law has created an excellent rapport with him and those that he collaborates with in the field. He is recognized globally today as a professor of justice who has experience in the process of constitutional building. In this capacity, he has acted as an advisor in countries such as Nepal, Egypt, Libya, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, and South Africa. His contribution will make a huge impact in more countries worldwide. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for related article.
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