A team of leading scholars, which include one of comparative law’s eminent figures Sujit Choudhry, recently came together to tackle the Ukraine’s semi-presidential system of government along with the challenges the system must deal with.
Sujit Choudhry, who has lectured in more than a dozen countries and worked as the constitutional process advisor worldwide, collaborated with such distinguished experts as Dalarna University’s Thomas Sidelius, International IDEA Sumit Bisarya, Ukraine’s representative on Human Rights Vladimir Vasilenko and Sergyi Holovatyi, a member of the constitutional commission of Ukraine and more. To keep uo-to-date with his latest work, check researchgate.net
A prominent think tank in Ukraine, the Center for Policy and Legal Reform, along with the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA) organized the July 10 workshop.
The diversity of issues that were explored at the workshop included the presidency power, the ineffectual political parties as well as the legislature electoral system.
In addition, Sujit Choudhry pointed to the latest upsurge of transitional democracies participation in constitutional making decisions. He took notice of how essential it is for the present constitutional administrators to gather and talk over policy based alternatives that continue reform development.
According to Sujit Choudhry, constitution making is of importance to many researchers who concentrate on case studies and articles and continue to make use of them to gather information on the topic. To read more of his insights and views, check this interview of him on ceocfointerviews.com.
The Center of Constitutional Transitions, of which Sujit Choudhry is director, produces and assembles knowledge sustaining constitution development. It achieves this by collaborating with a global network of diverse organizations to produce policy decisions which give support to the decision makers and their research.
According to blogs.law.nyu.edu, Sujit Choudhry, the I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law and the University of California at Berkeley Law School, holds law degrees from Oxford, Toronto and Harvard. He was also a Rhodes Scholar.
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Sujit Choudhry is an internationally well-known specialist on comparative constitutional law who has also published more than 90 articles and books which include The Migration of Constitutional Ideas, The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution among others. Refer to constitutionaltransitions.org for related article.