Dr. Sujit Choudrys Expert Insight
Sujit Choudhry is easily considered among the leading constitution legal experts and has been for years. Sujit taught constitutional law as a university professor. Choudhry formed a constitutional laws center to assist different governments, Think Tanks and NGO’s around the globe with interpretation and formation of legal policies for their countries (constitutionaltransitions.org).
Choudhry is well known because of his strong skills of interpreting legal ordinances for nations. He deciphers how laws should apply for different situations regarding ethics, maneuverings and legal developments. Sujit’s wisdom and insight of nations legal structures has been used to assist citizens of nations in understanding whats happening in their governments.
When the prior Attorney General, Eric Holder took extreme measures to defend Robert Mueller, Sujit Choudhry gave his in-depth report of his controversial post. Eric later stated in a tweet if Trump was to fire Mueller due to remarks about investigations into the Trump election that citizens should protest quietly about the matter. Eric Holder said it would be a constitutional red line to fire Mueller and something which required protest.
Sujit Choudhry said former general Eric was trying to make a point that had President Trump fired Meuller; Americans should protest. Eric Holder had made that statement to his Twitter followers. Holder wanted his followers to understand the importance of protesting government actions that aren’t correct. Constitutional laws are not an easy topic to talk about. They are very challenging and complex.
The United States Constitution controls the lives of Americans so much, people don’t know how they’re living under its control each and every single day. Sujit Choudhry makes knowledge about the process easy for anyone to understand. Sujit works hard making sure that the laws surrounding the constitution and what it affects, are understandable not only today but the future as well.
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