Sujit Choudhry Comments On Eric Holder’s Protest Tweet

Democracies can be a very fragile institution for any country. And one constitutional expert sites a tweet by the former United States Attorney General as a demonstration of how a democracy should function in the time of crisis. That expert, Sujit Choudhry, sees freedom’s delicate balance from a recent tweet by former Attorney General Eric Holder (medium.com).

In the tweet, former United States Attorney General called for a peaceful protest in the event Special Counsel Bob Mueller is fired by U.S. President Donald Trump. Mr. Choudhry comments that this tweet shows a sense of self-governance in a democracy. Something that is not often possible in many countries.

To offer some background, Special Counsel Bob Mueller is investigating the possibility of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election. Additionally, Mr. Mueller is also investing possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia to interfere in the election. President Trump warned that any investigation into his personal finances was a red line which may lead to the dismissal of Bob Mueller. Special Counsel Mueller has seen subpoena records related to the Trump campaign and the Trump Organization itself.

Sujit Choudhry commented that constitutional self-governance is the ultimate safeguard to a democracy. And that this self-governance is critical because the firing of special counsel Bob Mueller could trigger a Constitutional Crisis and call into question whether or not the United States of America is still a functioning democracy. With the threat of mass demonstration, the President may be unlikely to take the unusual step of firing the very person investigating him.

Sujit Choudhry is known as one of the top constitutional lawyers in the country. In his career, Mr. Choudhry has offered his expertise to many countries undergoing a transition to a constitutional democracy. Some of the countries he has worked with include Egypt as well as other nations in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. With decades of experience, Mr. Choudhry is an authority on working democracies (chronicleweek.com).

Mr. Choudhry holds a law degree from the University of Oxford where he was a Rhodes Scholar. Additionally, he had attended Harvard Law School as well as the University of Toronto. Check blogs.law.nyu.edu.  Today Mr. Choudhry is considered the foremost expert in constitutional law.

Keep up with Sujit at www.facebook.com/SujitChoudhryLaw

Proud Professor

Proud UC Berkeley professor Sujit Choudhry has never backed down from a challenge, including attending the lovely Ukraine for a healthy round of politics and debate all around, which is just what he did. Like always, PRNewswire Cision qas online to cover the whole event and its outcome, Sujit Choudhry himself and so much more. Sujit Choudhry has become a name to not forget, especially in Ukrainian democratic constitutional rights for all. Sujit Choudhry also knows how to think, act and react like a proud Ukrainian, of which he’s truly none the less.

Sujit Choudhry is a top instructor at Berkeley University. He specializes in legal matters, both foreign and domestic. He is a champion debater and an even more champion mentor as a whole.  To read his point of view on certain issue, click on activistpost.com.

A semi-presidentialism roundtable panel discussion was notably beyond grateful to have Sujit Choudhry among its most distinguished recent guests and speakers alike this month. It holds that Sujit shared much that is still remembered – plans to implement with full effect into Ukraine’s near distant future, especially among its shaky and unstable democratic documents, such as the country’s constitution. The same leaders who hosted and organized the event held Sujit in continual esteem and especially praised his time and efforts in traveling as far as the Ukraine to speak with them on this matter as promptly as possible, to which he merely shrugged, in turn, and happily called it “his delight and privilege to be a part of”.

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Sujit Choudhry has also worked with many Ukraine and UN human rights councils, whose leaders were in attendance at the discussion as well. Many such leaders likewise remember his Constitutional Making principles, guidelines that have served as the very basis, or meat and bones, for his every argument as it relates to constitutional Ukrainian law. These principles were not only discussed in this recent roundtable event but were formidably noted in several past speeches of his as well.   Related article on constitutionaltransitions,org.

If Sujit Choudhry were to document, or even count, the number of public speeches that he has given thus far, then perhaps the world could not hold such list.  More detailed info on sujitchoudry.com

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Sujit Choudhry A Man Worth Listen To

The Center for Constitutional Transitions is an international organization that offers emerging democracies assistance in writing new constitutions. Sujit Choudhry, the founder of the organization, has assembled a team of leading international experts to produce fact-based policy alternatives for the leaders of these countries. There are now over 50 individuals, from 25 countries, working with this project, they represent think tanks, multilateral organizations, and nongovernmental organization.

Sujit Choudhry has been a constitutional advisor to developing democracies around the world for many years. He has written new constitutions and amended others. Even though there is a significant amount of information available on this subject, there are times when this information is incomplete, out of date, or non-existent. This lack of up-to-date research diminishes the effectiveness of the recommendations given, The Center for Constitutional Transitions is designed to eliminate this problem. Read related article on constitutionaltransitions.org

Sujit Choudhry has considerable experience in navigating political environments, being an immigrant who has earned law degrees in three different countries he has been navigating various political systems his entire life. He feels this experience has contributed to his success as he learned about the many issues, histories and political parties of the countries he visited. Sujit is concerned about the challenges the world is facing today, noting liberal democratic constitutionalism is under attack around the world. He says it is important for America to pay attention to what is going on in other countries and learn from it. He further states, living in America but studying around the world has taught him American exceptionalism is a myth and what happens in other countries could happen here.

Sujit Choudhry is a Rhodes Scholar, has law degrees from Oxford, University of Toronto, and Harvard. He is a recognized authority on comparative constitutional law. Sujit has advised many countries about how to build a constitution including Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Jordan, and Libya to mention only a few. He is currently serving as a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley, a position he previously held at New York University, and the University of Toronto. For blog reading and updates on Sujit, click here.

Professor Choudhry has written over 90 articles, papers, reports, and books.  For Sujit recent writings, click on activistpost.com.   He serves on the United Nations Mediation Roster and has been an advisor to the World Bank and the United Nations Development Program.  For an extensive read about Sujit, visit en.wikipedia.org.

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