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Aug

Sujit Choudhry Supporting the Political and Constitutional Reforms in Ukraine

There are many countries that even after being small in comparison to other larger countries are much more powerful, progressive, and peaceful. It is primarily due to the robust and decisive government and effective policy making procedures. The more powerful the government in power, the faster would the country be moving ahead in the right direction. It was the case with Ukraine until a few years back, but in the past decade, Ukraine has been facing its downfall in the worst way imaginable. The country has been facing internal conflicts and political turmoil that has collectively also cost thousands of lives of innocent civilians, who only demanded fair justice, better governance, and country’s growth.

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There are many pending issues in the country that needs to be addressed on the micro and macro level, and it is why International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance collaborated with the Center for Policy and Legal Reforms to organize a large scale conference in Kiev. At the conference, some of the best brains in the world from the field of law, policy-making, constitutional reforms, and political experts, were invited. Sujit Choudhry, a global figure in the field of comparative law, was also present at the event. He talked about how the semi-presidential system followed in the country needs to go so that the leader of the country has the full authority to take firm decisions for the benefit of the country without any hindrances.  For his latest work update, hit on researchgate.com.

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Sujit Choudhry also mentioned that the electoral process of the country hasn’t been following the international standards of transparency, which is what has caused trust issues with the country’s people. He suggested that the country implements some constitutional reforms as well as changes its electoral process to gain the confidence of its population back, and which would also pave the way for the revival of the country’s economy.  For more of his insights, check on ceocfointerviews.com.

Sujit Choudhry said that the absence of any significant or influential political party in the country is also one of the primary reasons why the country hasn’t been able to recover from the political turmoil it has been facing for long. He believes that strong steps need to be taken soon to stop the condition of the country from worsening further.

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