Accountability is a strong power in the political world. The lack of leverage we have as society may lead you think there is no accountability among world leaders. The trick is to get to where these political professionals are. Entering their world gives you a platform to speak and to connect with these leaders on a personal level. They are human just like you and I.
The bridge we cross to reach political leaders isn’t open to human traffic however. There are a few individuals who work with a moral compass that have reached that other side. These men are professionals in their field. Sujit enters the highest political realms of society with a message that world leaders must hear. The end result is an accountability we benefit from.
There’s reason in why Sujit feels the need to infiltrate the highest political levels of society. The world is transforming in a positive direction, yet the statutes we’ve established for democracy are not put into practice they way they should. The accountability Professor Choudhry pursues is one that will keep the objectives of a republic order in front of our leaders.
This is part of a larger strategy to bring the world’s population to a place of power. Our governing systems require representation by political figures who’re elected to hold power and authority. The next step society takes requires the world’s population to follow through on the words of their leaders and to remind them of the promises they’ve made.
The Destiny Of Sujit Choudhry
Sujit Choudhry is a leading professor in comparative constitutional law (works.bepress.com). He earned his degree in law school and then rushed into the political arena with zeal and passion. This professional is now leading the world in the work of transition and comparative studies. These two fields are true forces that bring democracy to our major population.
We sense destiny in the legal character of Sujit Choudhry. Read more about the Professor, click on blogs.law.nyu.edu.
He brings people to face their own leaders and the leaders of nations to face their own people. Read and follow his tweets on Twitter.