Sujit Choudhry and An Analysis of The Country’s Disintegrating Democracy

We hear of so many people today that are trying to change the world, transform it and shape it to how they think it should be. People these days can do a lot of things, but what they need to do is to be a hero and put their life for the others. But, what the world needs is for more political thinkers that have skin in the game or those who put action first before words. One of these people these days seem to be Professor Sujit Choudhry.

Disintegrating Democracy

The strong points of Atty. Sujit Choudhry about the disintegration of the democracy today is a sign that there has to be a lot of changes that had to be done. There has to be news to address the threats to the democracy that the country faces right now. The expertise of Sujit Choudhry, in fact, in constitutional law would vouch for this argument that unless we make ways to contain the threats of democracy, things can get worse. The good thing, too, about his ideas is that he puts his name behind them and would pay for the consequence of his ideas.

In the Release Fact article, we can read that in his new book Constitutional Democracies in Crisis, he argues that the values of the American world can be undermined by those who don’t want democracy to reign. Without the right constitutional tools and understanding of federalism, semi-presidentialism and bills of rights and an architecture of a good constitution, things could be in chaos. This is the reason that the West should extend all their efforts to uphold what true democracy is about: freedom.

About Sujit Choudhry

Mr. Sujit is the lawyer behind many strategies of countries to improve their constitutional standing. He has been an advisor to many foreign dignitaries today in building their constitutions. Some of these countries include Sri Lanka, Yemen, South Africa, Ukraine and Jordan, check Without such partnerships and assistance to countries, Mr. Sujit would not be able to build the brand and reputation that he has already established on his own. All of these efforts are under his Center for Constitutional Transitions project.

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