Sujit Choudhry is a law professor and dean at a university in California. He has previously taught in other universities situated in Toronto and New York. Sujit Choudhry is recognized worldwide for his politics and comparative constitutional law. He has given speeches on the topic in a number of countries including; Jordan, South Africa, Ukraine and Egypt among others. The professor is recognized for his in-depth experience in constitution building methodologies as he serves as an advisor (sujitchoudhry.com). He has written about Canadian constitutional law and published a number of books.
Sujit recent publication addresses the political climate citing examples from the media and places whereby constitutional democracy has deteriorated. He states that constitutional democracy has changed over the years from the time when there were retrogressive wars. He cites an example of Poland’s main political party which has won a majority of seats in Poland’s government since 2015. This has manipulated Poland’s constitutional democracy to stop any obstacles to them ruling and being in power in the coming years. Read more on releasefact.com.
He dissects various themes in the chapter mentioning various countries that go against the definition of democracy such as; South Africa and Germany. He analyzes a tweet by the former attorney general, Eric Holder that was published in 2017. In the tweet, Holder calls for the American people to protest the removal of Robert Mueller as Special Counsel to the White House. He discusses issues such as; impeachment of South Africa’s president and travel ban by President Donald Trump on Muslims that he says should be termed unconstitutional.
Sujit Choudhry went to Harvard, Oxford, Toronto, and Rhodes where he acquired his law degrees. He worked for Antonio Lamer, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada as a law clerk, (blogs.law.nyu.edu). He serves in a number of boards like a global constitutional law body where he sits on the scientific advisory board.
Sujit Choudhry works with another body that caters to transitions for constitutions as one of its founding directors. The company drums up knowledge in the constitutional building by offering options that look at policies that are based on evidence. Sujit Choudhry facilitates public dialogue sessions, stakeholder consultations and works with experts in training bureaucrats and civil servants. He also engages parliamentarians and party leaders in discussions and helps to draft technical memoranda and reports while on the field. He is a professor who is recognized and appreciated for his contribution and insight into constitutional law
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