A seminar was held in Kiev recently to discuss the possibilities of constitutional reforms in Ukraine. The workshop was organized by the combined efforts of International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance and the major think tank of Ukraine, named Center of Policy and Legal Reform. There were many political and public figures associated with the field of law was present at the workshop, including a globally renowned expert on comparative law, Sujit Choudhry. Sujit Choudhry provided his feedback on how the governance of Ukraine can be improved and what are the modifications that need to be implemented in the current system.
Sujit Choudhry said that one of the reasons why the Kiev is struggling in governance is the absence of any major political parties in the country and the imbalance in the power distribution between the President and the Prime Minister. Sujit Choudhry said at the workshop that he is happy to meet the legal and constitutional experts from across the globe and from Ukraine in the summit. Some other familiar names present at the workshop in Kiev were Sumit Bisarya, Viktor Musiaka, energy Holovatyi, Vladimir Vasilenko, and more. As one of the leading constitutional advisors in the world and has spoken in more than dozen countries about the legal reforms that the modern democracies should make, his inputs were valuable to the discussion. Be sure to read this relevant law blog on thereisnoconsensus.com.
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Over the years, according to blogs.law.nyu.edu, Sujit Choudhry has helped many countries in forming their constitution. Some of these countries include Egypt, Jordan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, South Africa, Tunisia, and Libya. Sujit Choudhry says that it is important for the countries today to make the necessary changes in their legal system as it is what would help their country blend well with the ongoing globalization. More to read on en.wikipedia.com.
The constitutional reforms, as per Sujit Choudhry, are an integral part of the evolution that the world is going through and would help in making rapid progress regarding globalization. Sujit Choudhry is one of the founding directors of Center for Constitutional Transitions and has written over 90 book chapters, reviews, and articles on the methodologies and applications of the comparative law. He continues to propagate the importance of comparative law worldwide. For his latest written article, click on activistpost.com.
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