Constitution Building

Sujit Choudhry is the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions. Choudhry met with constitutional experts to talk about the current circumstances in Ukraine. They spoke of the current presidential system and the constitutional challenges that are currently facing the country. They also discussed supporting democracy internationally. Choudhry concluded that the country’s instability was a result of their weak political parties. After he met with the experts and gave his conclusion on the matter, he had a roundtable discussion with political influencers in the country.

The people that were present at the roundtable were people that had a significant amount of wisdom on the matters at hand. At the roundtable, they shared their knowledge to come up with valuable input.   Additional article on

Sujit Choudhry gave the constitutional leaders valuable information to aid them in making beneficial constitutional decisions. He encouraged the leaders to converse about policy options in support of the constitutional reform process. His main goal was to make them aware of the fact that any mistake made while creating the constitution could have long-lasting effects.

The Center of Constitutional Transitions gathers a great amount of knowledge supporting constitution building. They gather information by having experts provide evidence-based policy options. Their system produces excellent results because they have experts from other countries to come in and give them information that will help them solve any problems before they cause bigger problems.  Related article on

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Sujit Choudhry was born in 1970. Before pursuing law, he was taking biological studies at McGill University. He decided to pursue law and receive his bachelor’s degree from the University at Oxford. He earned his master’s in law from Harvard school of law. Choudhry is the first Indian-American to become a dean at the University at Berkley Law School.

Sujit Choudhry is known for his wide range of knowledge in the law field. He is respected by foreign countries for his knowledge of the constitutional construction process. He has advised Nepal, Libya, Egypt, Ukraine, Sri Lanka, and South Africa in constitution building. He has written many pieces of literature which have been found useful by those seeking advisement.  To read about his published work, check

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