The renowned legal expert and law professor Sujit Choudhry has recently made comments about a couple of political matters in-regards to the constitution (medium.com). One of these issues is a recent tweet made by Eric Holder. Choudhry said that Holder’s comment of encouraging people to protest if White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller was terminated. Holder urged the people to make demonstrations in order to send a message to other political leaders. According to Choudhry, the encouragement by Holder is based on a couple of concepts. This includes a constitutional boundary where Holder is looking to let the American people to determine if a political official has abused their authority. Sujit also said that this comment by Holder also emphasize constitutional self-enforcement.
Sujit Choudhry is a well-known constitutional law professor and scholar. Over the course of his career, he has served as an advisor to a number of national leaders who were looking to improve their constitutions. Choudhry has looked to explain democracy and help many nations create a government that is more democratic. In fact, he has helped write the constitution for a number of nations looking to adopt a more democratic government. With this experience in mind, Choudhry has proven to make a significant impact on the politics on a number of nations. As well as being an advisor, Sujit has also worked with a number of other international law experts to analyze the political makeup of a number of other nations and what they can do in order to become more democratic.
Prior to becoming a well-known expert on constitutional law, Sujit worked in the Canadian government. His role with the government was with the national Supreme Court. During this stint, Sujit would interpret the many laws and provisions in Canada’s constitution (works.bepress.com). This would allow him to help a number of lawmakers get a better understanding of the constitution as well as make policies that were democratic, fair and just for the entire population. He would move on to work in education where he would serve as a professor of law schools and also a dean as well.
Connect with Sujit, visit LinkedIn.