Sujit Choudhry is the name to reckon with in the world of constitutional and comparative law. He has worked with many countries throughout his career to help them write or amend their law as he is the designated foreign constitutional expert from United Nations. Sujit Choudhry is also the founder of one of the most prominent organizations in the field of comparative law, namely Center for Constitutional Transitions. Sujit Choudhry’s contributions to the area of law are immense and are often consulted by many countries for policy making purposes as well for constitutional amendments. Related article to read on law.nyu.edu
Sujit Choudhry recently visited Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, where a conference was organized by the two biggest think tanks in the country, Center for Policy and Reform and International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance. It is a well-known fact that Ukraine is going through a political, financial, and social turmoil for the past few years. It has completely disrupted the entire nation and has taken lives of hundreds and thousands of people. The conference was held to discuss the way forward for Ukraine and how to rectify the current situation that the country is facing. Additional article to read here.
Sujit Choudhry said one of the primary reasons Ukraine is the state it is at the moment is because it does not have a dominant political party that can form a strong government or keeps the existing government on toes. Sujit Choudhry said that the semi-presidential system practiced in the country is also the major contributor to the problem the country is facing at the moment. The semi-presidential system dilutes the power that the President and the Prime Minister holds, and thus, at times there are conflicts that take time to resolve.
Sujit Choudhry said that the country like Ukraine needs some significant changes in its constitution. It would help in making some fundamental change in the country’s political structure. For years the country has been facing a lot of internal political and social conflicts, and using implementation of comparative law amicably, such problems can be gradually removed. Based on blogs.law.nyu.edu, he currently serves as the Professor of Law at the globally famous Berkeley Law School. For added info, hit bizjournals.com.
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