Professor Sujit Choudhry has vast skills of researching on matters about comparative politics and constitutional law. The research ranges from integrated constitutional design as the primary tool in managing of transition from various conflicts to embracing of peaceful democratic politics and federalism. Others include legal models in the ethical dividend societies and decentralization among others. Professor Choudhry lectures Law at the University of California in Berkeley and the director and also founder of the Centers for the Constitutional Transitions. He is famous globally for playing a significant role in countries that needed a constitutional guide, and he played a big part in the drafting of Canada constitution.
Sujit Choudhry has over two decades of extensive skills and knowledge offering constitutions advice and facilitating of different public dialogues sessions with leading consultation stakeholders, civil society groups, and other country stakeholders (blogs.law.nyu.edu). Additionally, he performs detailed comparative constitutional advisory dealing with technical experts and training of bureaucrats, civil servants and also engaging parliamentarians and party leaders. Sujit also drafts the memoranda and technical reports in the field and boasts of being the Mediation Roster of United Nations and the consultant of various matters in the World Bank Institutes and also Development Programs of the United States.
Sujit has worked as advisory to different foreign dignitaries helping them build their constitution in countries like Yemen, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, South Africa, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, Nepal and Libya among others (http://sujitchoudhry.com/advisory-work/). Sujit Choudhry combines his education with a wide range of research agenda and in-depth field’s experiences to create an outstanding comparative political and also constitutional law. The Centre’s for the Constitutionals Transitions uses exceptional efforts and knowledge to gather the needed information for constructing constitutions, and the process is participated by different experts globally, check constitutionaltransitions.org.
Sujit believes that democratic backsliding and threat to the constitutional democracy is caused by the elected government using different legal means to manipulate the institutions and rules of the country effectively. The process helps to compel people to remain in power even as future electro cycles takes places due to sabotage of the election administration, presidential term limit and electro system designs. Sujit Choudhry believes in protecting the constitution by providing his insight and expertise.
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