Professor Sujit Choudhry Recap: Including Tweet and Book

Professor Sujit Choudhry is a worldwide renowned scholar. He serves as the “Center for Constitutional Transitions” Founding Director. The research he has tackles wide variety of issues in both politics and law that’s comparative constitutional. Examples are constitutional design as an instrument to manage passage from brutal conflict to democratic politics of peace. Other examples are federalism, bills of rights, and rights of minority and group. The Professor has also done extensive writings on “Canadian constitutional law”, useful source (Sujitchoudhry.com).

The latest publication that Sujit Choudhry wrote on is a book chapter aimed to be released in “Constitutional Democracies in Crisis”. Choudhry particularly focuses on a tweet Eric Holder wrote. Holder is the Attorney General. In the tweet he considers any possible end to the job of White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller an “absolute red line”. Sujit Choudhry also made a proposal that if anything would happen, demonstrations of peace would effect, check (Instagram.com)

The chapter is commentary of Sujit Choudhry on different areas of the nation’s current political climate, additional information on medium.com. There are specific examples in the media and other places in the world suggesting a decline of constitutional democracy also as the presidency as an autocracy. In Suit Choudry’s mind this democracy threat has been evolving since the Cold War. Particularly he centers on the example of “Poland’s Law and Justice Party”. This is referenced by PIS the Polish initials. This is a party that is populist, right-wing, and nationalist, that was a winner of a legislative majority. This is in the 2015 elections to the SEJM the parliament of Poland. The government has then centered every effort on eroding the framework of the constitutional democracy of Poland. This is to both take out obstacles to its rule and on top of that promise it’s power in electoral cycles in the future, see www.facebook.com/SujitChoudhryLaw.