Professor Sujit Choudhry

Professor Sujit Choudhry is an international researcher and analyst of political issues and Constitutional law. Sujit is a scholar. He is known all over the world for his extensive research releases that he conducts.

Sujit Choudhry teaches law at the University of California, Berkeley. He serves the Center for Constitutional Transitions as the founding director. He has worked as a constitutional advisor for over twenty years. He has extensive expertise in aiding public dialogue and reconciliation with stakeholders such as civil society groups.

Professor Sujit is also an expert in facilitating other public services including leading stakeholder’s consultations, training civil servants and bureaucrats and engaging parliamentarians and party leaders. Sujit is also a specialist in drafting memoranda and technical reports in the field.

Professor Choudhry has ever served as an advisor to dignitaries who were building their constitutions from foreign countries such as South Africa, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Ukraine, Nepal, Yemen and Sri Lanka. He was requested by the World Bank and the United Nations to serve the World Bank Institute as its consultant (http://sujitchoudhry.com/about/)

The latest publication of Professor Sujit is the book chapter that he released in response to the tweet that was posted by Holder Eric (releasefact.com).   Eric Holder is the former Attorney General who served the United States during the tenure of President Obama. He published the tweet to his fans in December 2017. Holder called for peaceful demonstrations in case of termination of Robert Mueller who is the United States White House Special Counsel. He termed the dismissal as an absolute red line.

Commenting on the tweet, Professor Sujit noted that the tweet was dependent on two notions. The two concepts, according to Sujit Choudhry were the symbolic “red line” which could have been referring to the undisputable Constitutional boundary in the United States’ democracy. Sujit outlined the second notion that Mr. Holder encouraged citizens to determine whether the country executives violated their offices or not. He continued that Holder meant that the reaction of Americans was to help in resolving issues within the nation.  For more of Sujit’s views, click iconnectblog.com.

Sujit Choudhry pointed out that Holders remark through the tweet relied on the idea of the focal point of the constitutional self-enforcement.

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