We know of many executives handling the political structures of governments going acerbic because of the stress, pressure and the nature of the job. It is the acme of one’s composure and skills to be able not to lose one’s calm while handling stressful activities on the job. Fortunately, we still have people like Sujit Choudhry, the leader behind Constitutional Transitions to stand out and show us that one can be a leader in political ventures without losing one’s calm.
The Discussion of Challenges
We hear about Sujit Choudhry in an article from Release the Fact that the main reason why he’s still on the job despite the stress is that his heart is in it. He has the soul in the game. It is in his power to offer constitution stability. He has all the fuel, passion and drive that he needs to withstand the absurdities in building a constitution knowing that there are rules, challenges, and hurdles that could stop an executive from initiating the excellent work that’s necessary for a structure to reflect the reality of the nation.
It is also in the Release Fact article that the success as a consultant and advisor of Sujit Choudhry would not be possible without the help of the various networks he’s built to establish an excellent foundation for a committee responsible for a country’s optimal growth. Some of these notable people include Dalarna University’s Thomas Sidelius and Sumit Bisarya from the International IDEA group. From the word go, we know that Sujit Choudhry can do all the tasks needed for his work, but with the help of such a good list of reputation and personalities, dealing with a country’s political challenges would not be that much of an ordeal (chronicleweek.com).
About Sujit Choudhry
There’s an acute level of expertise in Sujit Choudhry’s background in international law that makes him one of the most sought-after and authority in constitutional affairs. He is now the director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, and his work there has built the constitutions of various countries, including Jordan, Libya, Sri Lanka and Ukraine.
His expertise is also so in demand that he has been requested to speak all over the world, totaling to more than a dozen countries.
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Sujit Choudhry is an internationally recognized professor of politics and comparative constitutional law. Just recently, Sujit has written a book chapter in which he discusses several topics in relation to the prevailing political climates in several countries around the world. He explains the corrosion of constitutional democracies and the way nations are turning the system of the presidency into an autocracy. Sujit Choudhry believes that the level of disrespect for democracy has changed since the Cold War and especially in Poland. The Polish governing party, Law and Justice Party, which is a right-wing, nationalist, and populist party, has invested heavily in undermining Poland’s constitution. Since it won majority seats in parliament, the government is in a ghost hunt to remove whatever might affect its rule and ensure future victories in elections.
Professor Sujit Choudhry is the founding director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, a non-governmental organization that creates and builds knowledge for constitution creation. He is a lecturer of law at the University of California, Berkeley College. Sujit has been dealing with matters law and politics for over two decades. He is best known for his abilities to lead public sessions with stakeholders, politicians, and civil society groups. His work mainly includes leading the consultations, training civil servants, doing advisory jobs, engaging politicians, and providing technical reports and suggestions (chronicleweek.com). Due to his expertise and experience in matters ceasefires and ending political violence, he is a member of the Development Program and Mediation Roster at United Nations. He also works for the World Bank Institute as a consultant.
Through the Center for Constitution Transitions, Sujit Choudhry has traveled to many countries around the world in an effort to create a new constitution after a period of civil and political unrest. Sujit goes with experts that help in coming up with policy-based evidence for decision makers. These experts are rounded up from NGOs, multilateral organizations, and universities. Sujit Choudhry was heavily involved in bringing political calmness during the unrest’s that hit Tunisia, Yemen, Libya, Jordan, Ukraine, and Egypt. Sujit is also an author and has published many book chapters and reports including, Constitutional Design for Divided Societies and the Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution. Check works.bepress.com.
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