Sujit Choudhry, who holds multiple law degrees from Harvard, Toronto, and Oxford is an internationally renowned figure on comparative constitutional law and issues related to politics. He combines a broad range of research agendas with in-depth experience as an experienced advisor to constitution creation process including Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Nepal, South Africa, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, and Jordan, view (Youtube.com)
Sujit Choudhry is the current Guest Researcher of the famous WZB Berlin Social Science Center, a research institute for issues related to social sciences. It is the largest institution of this kind in Europe that is not affiliated to any university. Sujit Choudhry research addresses broad issues including constitutional design as a practical tool that can be used to transform a nation from violence to peaceful politics and constitutional design for societies that are divided.
He also seeks to promote the rights of minority groups through his research, among other comparative constitutional and political law. His findings and contributions have always had a positive impact, in that they are received positively and used by a wide audience. Further, he is affiliated to the Center for Constitutional Transitions as its founding Director, read (Sujitchoudhry.com).
In one of his recent publications, Sujit Choudhry focuses one of Eric Holder’s tweet that was published late last year, 2017, find out more details on linkedin.com. In the tweet, Holder referred to any possible termination of the White House Counsel Mueller as an entire red line. He further continued to argue that should anything occur, peaceful demonstrations should be the order of the day, rather than resulting in violence.
According to the perspective of Sujit Choudhry, Holder’s call to action can be analyzed based on two concepts; the first being the red line, which he believes is the uncontroversial boundary created by the constitution in America’s democracy. The other concept is for the American to determine if those in leadership have abused their democratic rights and transgressed the mentioned boundary, visit http://blogs.law.nyu.edu/magazine/2011/introducing-sujit-choudhry/.
Sujit Choudhry goes further to explain that the manner by which the Americans will react to the tweet will greatly determine how this issue is resolved. That is; whether crossing of the stated red line will be upheld or whether it will be reversed.