Mr. Sujit Choudhry is a renowned professor and a leading expert in international politics and constitutional law. He is an I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley Law School and has a law degree from the Oxford, University of Toronto, and Harvard University.
Mr. Choudhry serves on varied scientific/advisory boards and executive committees in organizations like the following:
- Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law
- Constitutional Court Review
- Development Program at the United Nations, as well as the World Bank
- Institute of Integrated Transitions
- International Journal of Constitutional Law
- International Society of Public Law
- Mediation Roster at the United Nations
Sujit Choudhry is the founding director of The Center for Constitutional Transitions which is a compilation of experts from national and internationally based political organizations, see http://sujitchoudhry.com/.
Sujit is a published author on many global White Papers, articles, and books. His award-winning book ‘Constitution Making’ is a how-to guide that countries use when creating constitutions, read more here on (Blogs.law.nyu.edu) His most recent publication is a chapter that will be turned into a book called “Constitutional Democracies in Crisis?”
Professor Choudhry talks about US and government democracy. For example, one of the chapters involves Sujit discussing a tweet by former Attorney General, Eric Holder regarding the firing of Robert Mueller, the White House Special Counsel.
Mr. Holder says that a termination of White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller is an “absolute red line” that would lead to a mass yet peaceful demonstration. Professor Choudhry points out that Holder’s tweet is built on the idea of “constitutional self-enforcement, built around the concept of a focal point.” Check more infor here on (Constitutionaltransitions.org).
Sujit Choudhry states that this type of verbalizing stems from a Cold War term called “backsliding” which was part of the old Central Europe authoritarian degradation of democracy. Also, in his book Professor Sujit highlights other news-worthy events.
The events he discusses supports what he views as the separation of constitutional democracy, like the POTUS who is acting in an arbitrary role. Professor Choudhry declares that the threat to democracy has evolved over the years.
Sujit Choudhry gives his conclusion of governments and democracy as he calls for political evolution within the court system calling for ‘autocracy’ which helps to increase the viewpoint that Americans can have their voice heard. Read more here on crunchbase.com.