Sujit Choudhry has been incorporated into the team of experts in Kiev on July 10th, and together they discussed Ukraine’s Government semi-president system and the prevailing challenges facing it. In the discussions, the hosts included the think tanks to be the supportive pillars of sustainable democracy worldwide. Choudhry, delighted to be part of the discussion said that Ukraine was not stable for a number of reasons some of them being weak political parties, presidency power, and the legislature electoral arm. Choudhry is the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, as well as a global constitutional process advisor.

Choudhry was in the company of other distinguished Ukraine people from diverse fields, who are very knowledgeable on the subject being discussed. They included; Vladimir Vasilenko, Sergyi Holovatyi, Thomas Sidelius, Ihor Koliushko, Viktor Musiaka, Sumit Bisarya, and former MPs and president’s advisor.

With the wave of transition on democracy sweeping around the world in the recent past, Choudhry stated that it was essential for the sitting constitutional thought leaders to go through intense analysis and discussions to identify best policies in relation to the constitutional reform process. He says that in constitution making, there is the need to look at some case studies and set articles that aid in compiling the necessary information on each subject.  Additional article on

The Center of Constitutional Transitions is a body working globally to support constitutional building through mobilization of experts who are trusted with the task of producing evidence-based policy options.

More About Sujit Choudhry

Sujit Choudhry is I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at the University of California. He has also worked New York University as a Cecelia Goetz Professor of Law. He has lectured for over 20 years, on constitutional law in over 25 countries such as Libya, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, South Africa, just to mention a few. Other than that, he is a deep researcher, something that makes him deeply experienced in international law.   To read about his achievements, click on

Professor Choudhry was born in 1970. He graduated from Oxford University with a Bachelor’s degree in law and took a masters degree in law from Harvard University, school of law.  For a related article, hit this.

He has written many journals, reports, books, etc, and was the major contributor in formulating the Canadian constitutional law. His impactful work has earned him many awards all over the world.  For his published work, hop over to

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