A team of four constitutional law experts led by Sujit Choudhry that has for the past several months analyzed, edited and compiled various cases studies has finally released the book for sell. Before the team placed the book on Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer, Sujit Choudhry and friends used many resources to peruse through several case studies on how different governments have dealt with political oppressions and conflicts that erupt during electioneering period. Thanks to the hard work, the book is now available to the public.
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Although no one can bring complete reforms to all authorities in the world, Sujit Choudhry and group agree that the various case studies that have been compiled in the edited SSR document can help world leaders exit power peacefully. The team has included cases from among other countries, Indonesia, Ghana and Chile. These examples show how political leaders and decision makers in those respective countries failed to stop conflicts that erupted during the most turbulent times. The document features among other things, military dictatorships, how police states can aid in the peaceful transition whenever their respective countries need a democratic change and how world leaders can help calm down conflicts and ruptures that are almost inevitable during transition period.
For many years,Choudhry has advised various governments, leaders and has taken the lead in various constitutional reforms. The SSR document, which he released in the fall of 2019 alongside his team, is one of the milestones of his life. Sujit has immense experience in building various constitutions across the world. He has taken part in building and revising the constitution in countries such as Tunisia, Ukraine, Libya, Lebanon, Sri Lanka, The Republic of South Africa, Nepal, Myanmar, Jordan, Egypt, and Cyprus among others. In addition, he his respected for founding the Center for Constitution Transitions, which he is the head. Mr. Choudhry has travelled and lectured in over 30 countries. Source: https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Sujit_Choudhry