Sujit Choudhry is a globally-known scholar who has studied everything there is to know about comparative constitutional politics and law. Some of his studies have included how to use constitutional design as a way of managing the changes that take place while a country or region is transitioning from chaos and violence to democratic politics that focus more on peace. As an author, he has studied and written quite a bit on the constitutional laws in Canada, and one of his most recent book chapters that he wrote focused on an interesting Tweet sent out by Eric Holder who was the Attorney General during the time that Obama was president (medium.com)
The Tweet in question referred to a red line that should be drawn if White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller was tampered with or terminated. He called for support of either one of these and called for people to hold large peaceful gatherings that demonstrated support of these. The problem with this, according to Sujit Choudhry, is that instead of relying on the rule of law, Holder is suggesting that the reaction of the people is enough to determine what takes place or not.
This is most definitely an issue, and Sujit Choudhry has been clear about the reasons why. First off, Holder never revealed any kind of legal recourse that might be taken if Mueller was ejected from his position. This is how Autocracies work, unfortunately, so Choudhry is concerned for good reason when he hears or sees this kind of talk. In the past, Political parties or leaders, themselves, have maintained and held onto their power much longer than they were meant to by twisting and using current events to justify it. This has occurred all over the world in, both, modern times and days of old and is a dangerous path to walk down for any constitutional, law abiding country. Check works.bepress.com for more of his published works.
Sujit Choudhry has been working as a constitutional advisor for more than twenty years (http://sujitchoudhry.com/advisory-work/) and is a renowned expert for his ability to bring governments, civic society groups, and stakeholders together to discuss the details of the rule of law.
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