On the 10th July 2017, Sujit discussed with other top experts about Ukrainian government presidential system. The constitutional experts also outlined the various legal challenges affecting the system. Sujit acts as a director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. Global intergovernmental organizations among other multiple institutions supporting democracy hosted the workshop. Sujit Choudhry addressed the experts on the unstable state of democratization of Ukraine. He outlined that instability was due to ineffective political parties, concentration on presidential power, and electoral system (prnewswire.com).
Some of the great leaders who joined Sujit during the workshop included Sumit Bisarya from International IDEA, Thomas Sibelius from Dalarna University, and Vladimir Vasilenko who was the Human Rights representative among others. The leaders have vast knowledge and experience in constitutional matters. Sujit has acted as an advisor in the legal process around the world.
During the workshop, Sujit Choudhry mentioned the role and increased engagement of transitional democracies for constitutional changes. He emphasized the need for the thinkers and leaders to analyze and discuss policy options to enhance constitutional reforms. Constitution making attracts scholars from the entire world. The experts use case studies or relevant articles to gather information and provide evidence about the topic.
The institution generates and mobilizes knowledge which assists in building constitution. It assembles international experts who provide policy issues with supporting evidence. The experts offer a platform for research. The center partners with international think tanks, multinational companies, and NGOs to promote constitutional changes. The partners assist in organizing workshops, publication of policies, and conceptualization of research.
Sujit Choudhry is a constitutional expert and recognized global advisor on constitutional law. Sujit is the number one Michael Heyman Professor of Law which is at the University of California. Prior he was a law professor at the New York University (http://blogs.law.nyu.edu/magazine/2011/introducing-sujit-choudhry/). He has published various books and numerous articles on constitutional law and politics.
Sujit has carried out research and advised on constitution building in various countries such as in Sri Lanka, Egypt, Nepal, South Africa, Tunisia, Yemen, Libya, and Ukraine. His research focuses on democratic politics, constitutional law among others. Professor Sujit is a graduate of law from Harvard, Oxford, and Toronto. Read more of his works, click medium.com.