Sujit Choudhry Delivers his Insights about Ukrainian Constitution

Sujit Choudhry, an internationally recognized constitutional expert, delivered his insights about the Ukrainian constitution and challenges of it considering the semi-presidential system of the government. He joined other constitutional experts from around the world in Kiev, capital of Ukraine, on July 10, 2017, to discuss various challenges faced by the Constitution. The workshop was arranged by some prominent think tanks in the country that are looking for ways to improve the democracy in the country. Sujit Choudhry confirmed that he was delighted to discuss various aspects of the Constitution by joining with the constitutional experts around the globe. He pointed out that democratization of Ukraine is unstable in the present condition. Additional reading on constitutionaltransitions.org

Choudhry added that the excessive power of the President, weak political parties, and the structure of legislature electoral system are the real pain areas behind the instability. Sujit Choudhry also discussed how the changing waves, in the recent years, created in the constitutional making process influenced the transitional democracies. He asked the thought leaders to make policy based options to raise the need for the constitutional reform process.  For more of the views and insights of Sujit on different matters, read this interview of him on ceocfointerviews.com

Apart from Choudhry, Thomas Sidelius from Dalarna University, Sumit Bisarya from International IDEA, Vladimir Vasilenko – an Ukranian human rights activist – and many other dignitaries have attended the workshop. All of them gave their valuable inputs that can help the Ukrainian democratization process simpler and easier.

Sujit Choudhry is also an I. Michael Heyman Law Professor at the Berkeley School of Law. He worked as a Professor of Law at prestigious New York University. Choudhry also collaborated with the University of Toronto as the Scholl Chair. He conducts wide-range of research in various aspects of the constitutional building process and carries and in-depth experience of more than two decades in comparative law.  Hit on researchgate.com to keep abreast with his latest work.

He spoke in more than two dozen countries and actively took part in the constitution building process of many countries: Egypt, Jordan, South Africa, Libya, Nepal, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, and Ukraine.  According to blogs.law.nyu.edu, Sujit Choudhry is also serving as the founding director of a constitution building knowledge platform called Center for Constitutional Transitions. He completed his graduation from the University of Oxford and University of Toronto and secured his Masters in Law from Harvard Law School.  To read his blogs and to know his timeline activity updates, check this.

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Sujit Choudhry Attends Workshop in Kiev to Discuss Unstable Governance in Ukraine

Sujit Choudhry is one of the leading figures in the world of comparative law, and his speeches, write-ups, and research results are considered as reference world over. He has studied law at the top universities on the planet, namely Harvard Law School, Toronto University, and the Oxford University. He travels extensively to give a speech on the subject of comparative law as well as to share his vast knowledge in the field of law and propagate the importance of comparative law. Recently, Sujit Choudhry visited Kiev, the capital of Ukraine to attend a workshop that was organized by one of the premiers think tanks of Ukraine, Center for Policy and Legal Reform. The subject of discussion was the semi-presidential system of governance of Ukraine, and what are the legal and constitutional challenges the leadership and the government faces.

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Sujit Choudhry said that the government of Ukraine has been unstable and is facing trouble for a very long time for many reasons. He elaborated by saying that one of the primary reasons why the government in Kiev is facing problems is the non-concentration of power in the leadership, where the executive powers are distributed between the President and the Prime Minister. He also added that the non-existence of any primary or dominant political parties in Ukraine is also one of the contributing factors why the country has been facing administrative troubles for a long time. For more point of views from him, hit on activistpost.com.

There were many modern dignitaries from the world of law present in the workshop that was held in Kiev. The workshop was organized by the joint effort of International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance and the Center for Policy and Legal Reform.

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Sujit Choudhry is one of the most prominent names in the world of law globally and is often consulted by nations when it comes to constitution formation. Sujit Choudhry has also acted as a foreign constitutional expert on behalf of the United Nations and helped many countries formulate their structure, including South Africa, Nepal, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Jordan, and Libya.  Check blogs.law.nyu.edu.  Sujit Choudhry is also the co-founder of one of the major organizations in the field of comparative law, namely Center for Constitutional Transitions.  Continue reading on en.wikipedia.org

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