Sujit Choudhry is the founder of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, which is helping nations around the world understand the advantage of shifting to a democratic form of government. The primary idea behind the creation of the Center for Constitutional Transitions is the distribution of knowledge about constitution building and creating an assembly of experts in the field that will be extending their support for the mobilization of information that will be essential for a thriving democratic state (works.bepress.com). The current number of experts who have signed partnership with the Center for Constitutional Transitions is 50, and these experts came from more than 25 countries around the world.
Sujit Choudhry has been an international expert for years, and he got his degree in international law from different schools across the world. He also had experiences working as a constitutional advisor, and he is being sent to different countries that have the potential to become the next democratic state. He is helping these countries to create and amend their constitutions, and he is one of those who are providing knowledge when the state is reviewing their shift to being a democracy (constitutionaltransitions.org). Whenever the government would want to change their constitution, and there is a lack of information being circulated with the committee, there would be conflicts and issues that would arise. Sujit Choudhry pointed out the importance of having the Center for Constitutional Transitions to become a bridge for those individuals who lack the information needed for changing the constitution.
One of the most recent projects where Sujit Choudhry has taken a part is the status of Ukraine’s government. He would fly back and forth to Kiev and speak with the remaining officials about their plan of changing their constitution and shifting full gear to a democratic form of government. The Center for Constitutional Transitions has also helped several countries around the world which have chosen to have their constitution changed, like Egypt and Nepal. The next big thing for the center is the continuous funding from their supporters, and the expansion of the number of experts who will be sharing their knowledge and expertise about international issues.