Sujit Choudhry: The Lone Hope For Constitutional Law

Sujit Choudhry is an internationally celebrated professor and researcher whose scope of work covers a broad band of constitutional law and politics. He has been consulted by public figures making constitutions in their own countries (constitutionaltransitions.org)

Choudhry has almost unmatched knowledge in politics and comparative law, which he commonly addresses. Drawing his argument from a tweet by former USA attorney general Eric Holder, Choudhry explores how constitutional democracy is on the verge of extermination. He is shocked by how the former attorney suggests peaceful mass action against any interference with White House Special Counsel. Choudhry wonders why the former attorney general doesn’t propose a constitutional encounter against the violation. An undoubtedly good indicator of the imminent perish of constitutional law.

A Dissection and Analysis of a Tweet

Constitutional democracy is also threatened by autocrats who try to extend their stay as rulers. Presidential autocracy in cases where rulers undertake a series of clear initiatives with an aim of benefitting few threatens constitutional democracy. Governments in power have undertaken moves to ensure they remove hindrances to smooth ruling and power in future election runs. Taking up power through coups by despots intimidates constitutional democracy. Such actions trigger hues and cries from the public. The only way to be heard is through mass action rather than the use of constitutional rights to fight such crimes.

Sujit Choudhry cites democratic regress and despotic backslides as the other threats to constitutional democracy. As per Sujit Choudhry, the swaying of rules by legitimately elected governments to remain in power threaten constitutional democracy as in South Africa, Poland and Germany.

Sujit Choudhry explores how the ruling party in Poland has manipulated the countries’ constitutional and ordinary courts to create smooth governance. In a series of distinctive maneuvers which seemed right, the government achieved an entire overhaul that undermined constitutional democracy.

Sujit proposes that autocracy be called autocracy in a court of law for that increases the chance of constitutional law being upheld. It is clear that if hidden moves by governments that undermine the constitution, if not controlled, will eventually bring constitutional law down. It would be prudent to scrutinize every hidden move and clearly establish what it is geared at if constitutional law is to be survive.

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Sujit Choudhry career as an international legal advisor

Sujit Choudhry serves as the professor of law and an international lawyer. He works Berkeley school of law as a dean. Formerly, he served at the New York University as the professor of law and also at the University of Toronto as the Scholl Chair. Sujit Choudhry has vast experience in legal matters especially comparative constitutional law. He is well recognized at the international level as a constitutional lawyer who is conversant in both law and politics. Internationally he is known to have spoken in numerous countries. Sujit Choudhry combines a variety of research agenda with field experience as a legal advisor in constitution building process (iconnectblog.com). He played a role in constitution building process in various countries including Libya, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, and South Africa.

Sujit Choudhry has an excellent educational background (blogs.law.nyu.edu). He pursued law degrees from Toronto, Harvard, and Oxford Universities. Sujit was the Rhodes Scholar. He also worked as the law clerk at Supreme Court in Canada. Sujit Choudhry`s studies address numerous issues regarding the comparative constitutional law as well as politic. These issues include designing of the constitution as an instrument to manage the transition from the conflict to democratic politics that are peaceful.

Sujit Choudhry apart from being an exceptional constitutional legal advisor, he is an author. He has published more than 100 articles, reports, working papers, and book chapters. Professor Choudhry has authored books like The Migration of Constitutional Ideas, Constitutional Design for Divided Societies, The Oxford Handbook, and the Constitutional Making. Sujit serves at International Society of Public Law as the executive committee member. He also serves the same role at the Scientific Advisory Board of the International Journal, the International Advisory Board of the Institute for Integrated Transitions, and Editorial Board of the Constitutional Court Review among others.

Sujit is the founder and the director of the Center of Constitutional Transitions. The firm creates and mobilizes the understanding in supporting the constitutional building process through assembling and leading the international team of experts to come up with in-depth research projects that aim at giving evidence-based policies to the stakeholders. Sujit has served for many years as a constitutional advisor regarding the trending democracies in various continents as he writes new constitutions as well as amending the existing ones.

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Sujit Choudhry weighs in on the dispute between Spain and Catalonia

Professor Sujit Choudhry has made a name as an expert in constitutional law across the world. He has worked with various nations seeking to reestablish their rule of law due to varied reasons such as the end of a dictatorship. He has worked with governments from Libya, Egypt, Jordan, Nepal, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Yemen and Ukraine. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for more reading.

Sujit recently wrote to the Spain and Catalonia governments regarding the ongoing border disputes. He suggested that despite the varied interests of the administration, it is is prudent to end the wars to maintain peace. Sujit agrees with a couple of other scholars that it would be best to discuss the future of the people, especially regarding the Catalonians, who have received the less desirable results of the rumble.   Additional article to read on patch.com.

Sujit Choudhry has tertiary degrees in law from renowned international institutions such as Harvard, Oxford and the University of Toronto. After graduating from his first college education, he began working in various research programs to establish the cultural requirements of various regimes. Some of the topics he explored include conflict resolution, peaceful democracy and types of constitution.

Sujit Choudhry’s intense involvement with various governments has earned him extensive knowledge in matters pertaining the bill of rights, federalism, secession and decentralization. He passes on his knowhow for use in the legal field using books and regular publications. In totality, Sujit has authored more than 90 books, articles, reports and papers. Check on indiawest.com.

Sujit serves in a number of legal bodies in various administrative capacities. He is the director at Center for Constitutional Transitions. The organization has executed successful projects in more than 25 countries, with the help of over 50 professionals. Under his guidance, the group produced in-depth reports on the set agendas.

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Other organizations where Sujit exercise his legal certifications and experience are the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance. He works in collaboration with the United Nations Development Program and the World Bank as a consultancy for legal issues. He is a member of the council of the International Society of Public Law and the scientific board of International Journal of Constitutional Development.  Read his blogs, visit his social media page at linkedin.com.

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