CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY ACCORDING TO SUJIT CHOUDHRY’S

Stability of any country is tied to the fact that nations ought to be governed by rule law. The rule of law in any country is in its constitution which is the symbol of national unity. With national unity that we all want to subscribe to, there is a guarantee of peace. The effects could destabilize the order of any country. Citizens taking the law into their hands implies that there is a complete breakdown of the set rules.

Countries do prosper where is the rule of law. If the opposite is the order of the day then economies do shrink, and this then leads to an increase in the cost of living meaning the citizens do suffer as they cannot meet the cost of living, governments cannot generate revenue. The implication of all this is lack of amenities such as education and health.

A Most Respected Lawyer and Educator

Sujit Choudhry’s is a well-known professor of law world over. Currently, Sujit Choudhry is a law professor at Michael Heyman University in California (blogs.law.nyu.edu). He is the Berkeley &founding director of the center for politics & comparative constitutional law thus it has a high standing in matters concerned constitutional democracies around the globe.

Sujit Choudhry’s does believe in constitutional democracy. The opposite of this is on the rise leading to the break of justices. Due to this-this has seen Sujit Choudhry’s has seen him travel were democracies have broken down the globe. The countries that the Professor has advised do include Egypt, Tunisia, South Africa that have been threatened by the breakdown of democracies.

To read more about Sujit’s advisory work, visit http://constitutionaltransitions.org/director/#Choudhry

World leaders have been on the rise to disregard the constitution to overstay in power, the opposite of what the law provides for and thus making people rise against such leaders.

Strong constitutional order countries have managed to move from highly contested election leading to violent conflict into a peaceful democratic politics. According to the professor’s argument, another issue that got his interest is the firing of Robert Mueller highlighted in a tweet by former US Attorney General, Eric Holder. He proceeds to commentate that the peaceful demonstrations could be the way American people ought to rise and speak for themselves.  For more of his published works, click works.bepress.com.

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