Sujit Choudhry Explains the Importance of Comparative Constitution

Sujit Choudhry is the internationally recognized man who is known for his authority on comparative constitutional law and also politics. He got a degree from the University of California Berkeley School of law. He is a professional in combining a wide range of research with field experience in constitutional making and amendments. He has been an advisor in many countries including Libya, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, South Africa, Nepal, Ukraine, and Yemen.

In an interview, CEOCFO Magazine Sujit Choudhry put it clearly that the Center for Constitutional Transitions works in generating and mobilizing knowledge needed in the creation of the constitution. It is comprised of a team of experts and work all through to produce evidence-based policy options that are used in decision making and in research involved in setting agenda. The group works hand in hand with a network of a multilateral organization and has been operating for more than fifty years with experts from more than twenty-five years. Added reference on independent.academia.edu

Sujit Choudhry has been working with the new emerging democracies as an advisor in many countries around the world in forming new constitutions and also in constitution amendment. In constitutional forming and amendments, there are usually questions that arise, and there is a significant knowledge body to meet them. However, there still arise many others that demand more knowledge than the existing outdated knowledge. Choudhry says that the center for Constitution Transition was made to breach this gap.  Related article on constitutionaltransitions.org.

Sujit Choudhry has received three degrees from three different countries. Additionally, he has gone through several governments and regime with different legal and political environments. He has spent the big part of his life in immigration. By these, he has implanted skill in legal matters in his longtime experience in every country that he visits has a different background and natives. He is a son of two professors who emphasize the importance of higher education. Therefore, Choudhry has acquired three degrees in law from the University of Toronto, Harvard University and the Oxford University that have played a great role in his success. Above this skill, Choudhry also has public policy experience and political decision making.  For updates on his recent timeline activities, hit on crunchbase.com.

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From World War II, there have been challenges in liberal democratic constitutionalism. For instance, the American’s myth of exceptionalism has suffered wounds and the comparative experience has become more important. This is the same occurrences in democratic regimes that are under stress. For the American, it has been important for them to learn from failures of other countries. Additional article on law.nyu.edu

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