Sujit Choudhry is a respected scholar globally whose research work is embraced by most people. He focuses on matters affiliated to politics and constitutional law. Some of his ideologies include having a constitution that is geared towards ensuring that people embrace peaceful politics as opposed to violent politics that are characterized by many conflicts (works.bepress.com). Other ideologies that he stands for include the bill of rights, security matters, group & minority rights, democratic rule, justice, and constitutional law among many more. Interesting to note, Sujit Choudhry has also given his insight and published regarding the Canadian constitutional law.
In his recent book known as “Constitutional Democracies in Crisis,” Sujit emphasizes on a tweet that was made by the former AG under the former President Obama regime, Eric Holder. The tweet was availed to his followers and insinuated that any planned termination of Robert Mueller, White House Special Counsel, as crossing the red line. He also stated that if anything happened, people would embark on peaceful demonstrations. Holder said that the American people had the right to be heard and seen and that their opinion mattered a great deal. Sujit Choudhry believes that Holder’s tweet was based on various concepts such as American constitutional boundary and leaving the matters right into the hands of the American people for them to ascertain if officials are abusing authority bestowed upon them. In other words, Holder is stating that the Americans will dictate the end-results of the case at hand.
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Sujit Choudhry also believes that also the presidential two-term limit which limits the duration of time a president ought to be in office is also a focal point. He states that some individuals would want to extend such rulings by holding on to their position for a longer period. For instance, a president could achieve this by disintegrating the legislature, declaring a state of emergency, or even pushing any planned elections further than when intended. Sujit states that if such a thing occurred, the citizens would be forced to demonstrate on the streets against such vices and create political unrest. According to Sujit Choudhry, Holder’s context portrays democratic catastrophe which is not good for any nation. Check law.nyu.edu for more of Sujit.
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