Sujit Choudhry was in Ukraine helping with government

Sujit Choudhry is a professor at Berkeley School of Law, but also a very well respected expert on constitutional politics and law. Professor Choudhry has been working in this field for more that twenty years and lectured for more than a dozen countries, also working as advisor to several of the countries he lectured at. South Africa, Nepal, Libya, Egypt, and Ukraine just to name a few.

At the Center of Policy and Legal reform and with the International IDEA, Sujit Choudhry was invited along with other leading experts to Kiev, Ukraine this past July to have a meeting about the semi-presidential government. For the last two decades the Ukraine government has been failing to thrive and have reached out for help. Choudhry believes there are several problems with the Ukraine government such as the concentration of power, weak political parties, and power being split between the President and the Prime Minister. He stated that it is extremely important that this meeting was held to discuss the evidence-based options that will support Ukraines constitutional reform process.

Sujit Choudhry research covers a very wide net over the studies of the constitution, but some of his work is focused on ethnically divided societies, decentralization and secession, constitutional courts, group and minority rights, constitutional building, and federalism. Some of Mr. Chaudhry’s field experience is in facilitating public sessions with civil society groups, advising technical experts, training bureaucrats and civil servants, writing technical reports and memoranda, consulting stakeholders and more.

Mr. Choudhry is also member of many groups that support his career in constitutional advising. More of his achievement on  He is a honorary member of the Advisory Council of the Indian Constitutional Law Review, and a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster. Even worked as a consultant for the World Bank Institute.

Sujit Choudhry also is co-leading three global research projects that are were set to produce research and policies that were scheduled to be published in 2017.  Follow his latest tweet, check his page.

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