Sujit Choudhry Offiering Assistance to Help Resolve the Catalonia Crisis
The Center for Constitutional Transitions is an organization that can offer evidence-based constitutional options and aid reviewing laws and regulations thanks to the company’s experts in the field of comparative law and comparative constitutional law. The organization was founded by one such field expert, Mr. Sujit Choudhry, who is still holding the position as the organization’s Director. As a world-renowned legal expert, he attended the conference in Kiev, Ukraine. To learn more about his outstanding achievements, check law.nyu.edu.
Recently, Mr. Sujit Choudhry assisted Spain as well as, as several scholars in constitutional law wrote an open letter to the country’s government and that of Catalan in order to offer some help and guidance with the ongoing crisis in Catalonia. The open letter implored both the Spanish and Catalan parties to engage in a dialogue in order to start amending the situation and subdue the crisis. Click on iconnectblog.com to read a relevant interview of the professor.
The Catalonia Independence Vote earlier this year stirred up the most prominent dispute between Spin and Catalonia in more than 40 years. The supporters of independence for the region have proclaimed Catalonia as a republic. That prompted the Spanish government to impose direct rule on the autonomous region.
If Catalonia wants to be a viable country of its own independent from Spain, then that creates the matter of borders. In the open letter co-authored by Sujit Choudhry, the experts ask both sides to meet and talk about the wellbeing of the people within the two party’s borders. The open letter called for a peaceful dialogue to clear the questions of the citizens.
Part of the reasons why the experts penned the open letter to the two governments is because of Spain’s actions. The state of Spain resorted to brutality in order to prevent the Catalan from holding a referendum on the independence of Catalonia. That only made the already tense situation even more fragile. Additional article to read on works.bepress.com.
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The people of Catalonia are not united on the matter of independence from Spain, and so the situation is not yet resolved in the slightest. The Catalan president is engaging in dialogue with Spain, and thus the discussions will most likely continue over the first few months of next year. For his recent timeline activities, hit on crunchbase.com.
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