Sujit Choudhry Discusses Available Options to Strengthen the Government of Ukraine

Many different countries across the globe are suffering from internal political conflicts that weaken the system and damage the capability of the government to function smoothly and efficiently. One of the countries that have been witnessing the same predicament as mentioned above is Ukraine, which has negatively affected its population as well as the country’s growth. The international image of the country has also been severely affected, which has also impacted the country’s financial situation to a great extent. To resolve the issues that have been affecting the country’s government, a seminar was recently organised by the major think tank of Ukraine in collaboration with the international research foundation, Center for Policy and Legal Reforms and International IDEA respectively.

Among the many dignitaries present at the workshop, Sujit Choudhry was also present. Sujit Choudhry is the co-founder of the Center for Constitutional Transitions and is a Professor of Law at the Berkeley Law College, where he has also served as a dean in the past. Sujit Choudhry says that he believes the absence of any major political party in the country and the way the power is distributed among the country’s President and Prime Minister is the primary source of conflict in the country and its poor governance.  For more of his point of view, read this article.

Sujit Choudhry says that the legislation of Ukraine that govern its electoral process also needs some significant changes as it has the potential to give rise to unwanted conflicts in the country, and may even cause the population to doubt the government’s intent.  Read more on en.wikipedia.org.

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Sujit Choudhry has spoken on the importance of comparative law in many countries over the years and is a world renowned expert on the constitution. He has even helped many countries like Nepal, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, and Jordan to build their constitution from scratch. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for additional article.

Sujit Choudhry says that as the world is moving ahead and evolving at a massive pace, the legal system being practised by different countries also need a change. It is where the comparative law is required. Sujit Choudhry is the I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at the Berkeley Law College and has also served as a Law Professor at the New York Law School.  For timeline activity update, hit on crunchbase.com.

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