During a recent symposium on the constitutional challenges being faced by the semi-presidential system of government that is in use in the Ukraine, held in Kiev on July 10, 2017, the director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, Sujit Choudhry, joined other top experts in the field to discuss how the Ukrainian government can be bolstered to better face the hurdles that lay ahead. During the meeting Choudhry stated that there are a lot of factors that have led to the lack of stability in Ukraine, not the least of which is the concentration of presidency power, as well we weak political parties, the legislature electoral system, and interference from foreign powers. The symposium was also was attended by other experts, including members of several Ukrainian think tanks. Read about his published work, click on indiawest.com.
During the symposium, Sujit Choudhry also mentioned the recent wave of transitional democracies being involved in constitutional making decisions. He also stated that it is critical at key junctures such as these for constitutional thought leaders to discuss policy based options and to collect the best possible insight in order to further assist those democracies to build constitutions that are fair, just, and durable. Have a better insight into his career choices, check on inspirery.com. Sujit Choudhry is one of the most important of such leaders in the world. As the head of the Center for Constitutional transitions, he is considered to be the foremost expert on constitution building and democratization. He has been a constitutional advisor for more than 20 years and has assisted both emerging governments to develop their constitutions as well as established governments, including the united states to interpret, expand, and modernize their constitutions to stay in step with their modern societies needs and desires. Additional article to read here.
Choudhry has been the author of more than 90 articles working papers, book chapters, and peer-reviewed reports over the course of his career and has been consulted by major think tanks working on problems of democratization and government the world over. He is a holder of degrees in law from both Oxford, Toronto, as well as Harvard. He is a named Rhodes Scholar and even served as a law clerk to Chief Justice Antonio Lamer of the Supreme Court of Canada. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for a related article.
A note-worthy interview of the professor here on http://www.iconnectblog.com/2017/02/five-questions-with-sujit-choudhry/