Scholar Sujit Choudhry’s Views on Today’s Politics
Professor Choudhry & His Thoughts on Modern Democracy
Sujit Choudhry is a scholar and professor who has been accredited internationally for his efforts. His expertise include constitutional law, non-violent solutions to constitutional issues, as well as equality and restoration for ethnically divided communities. Some of the topics he focuses on include semi-presidentialism, democratic politics, federalism, and minority/group basic humane rights.
Professor Sujit Choudhry has commented extensively on major political figures such as former Attorney General Eric Holder’s social media post. Choudhry states Holder’s comments are constitutional self-enforcement (medium.com). He says when constitutional rules are violated, the court does not always acknowledge the incidents as true violations. This major miscommunication leads to excessive problems among political parties. These situations create an atmosphere of hostility, something Professor Choudhry tries to eliminate. His goals to increase dialogue and peaceful communication between political communities, domestically as well as internationally
Choudhry speaks about Poland’s Constitutional Court and describes it as unorganized. He speaks on the initiation of new rules. He says they are being constituted to favor the government, rather than the general public. He describes them as “housekeeping matters.” He says objections to the rules are technical and highly detail-oriented.
Choudhry is a Professor of Law and holds an I. Michael Heyman title (blogs.law.nyu.edu). He attended the University of California and created the Center for Constitutional Transitions.
Choudhry has served as an advisor for international constitutions for over a decade. He works closely with stakeholders and experts in the field of memoranda and parliamentarians. He is a member of the United Nations Mediation Roster.
His global reach has extended from Yemen to South Africa. He has traveled extensively to formulate solutions amongst political parties. He is an author of a few books about constitutional design and divided societies. One of his priorities is to create a transition from violent democratic parties to peaceful democratic parties.
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