Founder of the Center for Constitutional Transitions and a Law Professor at the University of California, Sujit Choudhry is a world-renowned expert in the analysis of constitutional law and politics. His contribution on a chapter in the book Constitutional Democracy in Crisis was released in August 2018. His firm is dedicated to acquiring the knowledge required for building and amending constitutions of countries across the globe.
With the Center collaborating with 50 experts belonging from 25 different countries to date, they conduct research studies that come up with alternatives policies offered to those who require them. Apart from experts and scholars, Educational institutions, Non-profit Organizations, and Universities also participate in these meeting and studies. He has delivered lectures in two dozen countries sharing his views on constitutional policies and how it can be improved for better governance, according to (Medium.com).
Sujit Choudhry’s chapter in the book is his views on the current political scenario of the country as well as answers to questions pertaining to the threat the world faces when it comes to the protection of constitutional democracy.
The chapter in the book Constitutional Democracy in Crisis? is a cumulative effort of leading educators in the same field sharing the same views as the author regarding the major constitutional crisis faced by almost every nation in the world. All the scholars prioritize the current political hindrances, read (Twitter.com).
There are a lot of questions addressed in this extract of the book. Starting from how the forces are weakening the democracies around the world and how as scholars and educator, they can think of amendments and restructuring of constitutions to eradicate such a variety of setbacks in different countries. It also addresses the impact caused by immigration, income inequality, nationalism, etc.
Apart from heading the Center, Sujit Choudhry has been a constitutional advisor for 20 years. His approach and involvement in the constitution building process involve merging of his research agenda with his enriching experience as an advisor. He played a crucial role in shaping up the constitutions of Egypt, Jordan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, and Yemen. He has lectured or spoken in over two dozen countries, useful source on crunchbase.com.
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