Sujit Choudhry is helping to advise the Ukraine

Sujit Choudhry is a well respected professor at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law as well as Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. Professor Choudhry studies constitutional reforming using evidence-based options. In his more than twenty years of study and field work Sujit Choudhry has been advisor to many many countries on constitutional rebuilding. Some countries that he has helped is Egypt, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Jordan, Libya, and Tunisia. Many of these countries and more Mr. Choudhry has lectured at. Professor Choudhry has a wide range of research all focused on constitutional reforming, such as ethnically divided societies, the rights of groups and minorities, decentralization, constitutional courts, constitutional building, and methodological questions on the study of constitutional law. With field experience in advising technical experts, stakeholder consultations, training civil servants and bureaucrats, facilitating, and more. Additional article on

Sujit Choudhry is also a member of the United Nations Meditation Roster, the Executive Committee of the International Society of Public Law, ICON or the Scientific Advisory Board of the International Journal of Constitutional Law, and is a honorary member of the Advising Council of the Indian Constitutional Law Review. More of his achievements on

In July of 2017 Sujit Choudhry was invited to Ukraine with other leading experts in the field to help with the failing government. The Ukraine government has been having trouble for the last twenty years or more. The Center of Policy and Legal Reform and the International IDEA host the meeting in Kiev, Ukraines capital to discuss options. Sujit Choudhry feels that the Ukraines problems come from several factors, a separation in power between the president and prime minister, weak political parties, the legislatures electoral system, and the concentration of power. With Mr. Choudhrys experience and expertise he was able to give evidence based advise on how the Ukraine could make things a better in their government.  For more of his views, check his page.

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