Sujit Choudhry Contributes Chapter To ‘Constitutional Democracy in Crisis?’

Constitutional Democracy in Crisis? is a 2018 joint effort, many important scholars in the field contributing to the book and stating their expert critique in regards to what crises constitutional democracy is facing in the 21st century. The book details the current state of events, goes in depth on the causes that might have led to the current state and why only certain major democracies are facing problems, source (Patch.com).

Sujit Choudhry has contributed to the effort, publishing a chapter in the book where he comments on several points about the current political climate, see (Instagram.com). He addresses the question of whether the protection of constitutional democracy around the world is being threatened and joins the other scholars in the discussion about the events that might have caused the feeling of concern. One topic that Sujit Choudhry touches on is whether the current events are part of a normal political flow or if they are a permanent tendency away from democracy. The book has been critically acclaimed upon publication and received praised from a number of experts.

Sujit Choudhry is the director and founder of Center for Constitutional Transition that mobilizes and generates knowledge in constructing constitutions. He is an intellectual authority in the area of politics and comparative constitutional law. Sujit Choudhry and his organization have collaborated with experts from over 25 countries, as they participate in research studies that result in evidence needed for policy opinions that are then offered to those in need.

In addition, he has been a constitutional advisor for more than 20 years and his research focuses on a wide variety of political issues and comparative constitutional law issues. He combine this research agenda with his experience as an advisor for constitution building processes, in countries such as Jordan, Sri Lanka, Yemen, Nepal, and many more, helpful details on youtube.com.

Besides his recent contribution in Constitutional Democracy in Crisis?, he has lectured in more than two dozen countries and has a long publication record, with more than 90 articles, books, reports and working papers. Sujit Choudhry is a member of many committees, including Constitutional Court Review, and Advisory Council of the Indian Constitutional Law Review where he is an honorary member, visit http://constitutionaltransitions.org/director/#Choudhry.

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