Sujit Choudhry attends a workshop at Kiev to discuss the political situation in Ukraine
Sujit Choudhry joined other experts on July 10th of 2017 in Kiev, Ukraine to discuss the constitutional challenges that are currently facing the country. The team at Kiev comprised of notable figures in the Ukraine government as well as other top officials from various organizations in the country. There were also a number of constitutional and legal experts that came from other parts of the world. Some of the organizations that involved in the setting up of the workshop include the International Institute for democracy, the center for policy and legal reforms and the constitutional commission of Ukraine, amongst other government institutions in the country.
Sujit Choudhry who was among the notable guests in the conference noted that he was privileged to discuss the constitutional challenges facing Ukraine with some of the top legal minds in the country and also Ukrainian government officials. One of the notable things in Choudhry’s speech is that the Ukrainian democratization isn’t stable. He continued to explain that the main cause of instability in the country was a result of weak political systems that include political parties.
Sujit also said that the Ukrainian legislature has failed to establish laws that will guard the electoral system in the country. Besides, the Ukrainian democracy is so much focused on the presidential power. In his part, Sujit went on to encourage constitutional experts in the country to sit on a round table and discuss critical policy based options. Read his blogs, visit his facebook.com page.
About Sujit Choudhry
Sujit is a renowned scholar who has specialized in comparative constitutional law. Choudhry has a wealth of experience in handling various political situations, especially in the developing democracies. Sujit currently serves as the director of an organization known as the Center for Constitutional Transitions. Keep up with his latest timeline activities, click this link on linkedin.com.
According to blogs.law.nyu.edu, Sujit was born in 1970 in the Delhi region. He went to the University of Toronto Schools for his high school studies. Sujit excelled in high school, and he was enrolled at McGill University in Montreal where he studied biology. Sujit went ahead to further his studies by enrolling at the University of Oxford where he studied law. Learn more about his outstanding achievements, hop over to law.nyu.edu.
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Through Center for Constitutional Transitions, Sujit works with constitutional experts who explore ways of navigating through tough political environments, especially in emerging democracies.
Read more about the professor on http://constitutionaltransitions.org/director/#Choudhry