A country that has no constitution will be prone to generating a demagogue as their leader, and as a consequence, the population suffers. This is one of the many challenges that Sujit Choudhry is trying to address as he takes part in the Constitutional Discussions needed to reform or transition Ukraine to where it should be.
As a form of recap, the news outlet Release Fact has confirmed Mr. Sujit Choudhry‘s role as one of the members of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. In fact, he acts as the group’s director and plays the different roles needed to give Ukraine what it deserves.
With the participation of major thinks in Ukraine, such as the International Institute For Democracy and Electorate Assistance, as well as the The Committee for Legal Reform and Policy for Ukraine, Sujit uses his expertise to build a foundation for Ukraine.
There’s also a lot of intergovernmental organizations that would like to take part in the formation of the constitution of Ukraine, and as a result, there’s high chance that what is going to be discussed and generated will be a thorough piece of by-laws that will encapsulate all areas of Ukraine’s democratic system.
The People Behind The Transition
Mr. Sujit Choudhry won’t be able to do the work that he does for Ukraine if it weren’t for the important people that put their name behind him. Some of these people include Thomas Sidelius, whose expertise and academic background came from Dalarna University. There’s also an active participation from Sumit Bisarya from the group International IDEA.
About Sujit Choudhry
You may remember Mr. Sujit from his engaging and insightful work that he did for various institutions about his expertise in constitutional law (http://constitutionaltransitions.org/director/#Choudhry). An authority in all constitutional transitions, Mr. Sujit also was trained in the University of California, when he took his law studies with the help of the Michael Heyman Professor of Law program.
Born in in 1970, Mr. Sujit grew up to be one of the most brilliant minds in the country today and is the first Indian-American that was being recognized as the dean at the Berkeley Law School. Check blogs.law.nyu.edu.