All too often, a community’s constitution provides answers to some of the most fundamental questions that arise from politics. Constitutions are created to guide citizens. Besides, they are made of a political state’s most basic laws as well as procedures. Generally, constitutions embody basic values that a regime commits to. Even with that in mind, there comes a time in life when even the constitution can be quite challenging to comprehend. At such times, states call for the input of the likes of Sujit Choudhry, a man who has dedicated his life to comprehending different constitutions and applying them to solve societal issues especially when it comes to enhancing peace amongst people.
Over the years, Sujit Choudhry has committed his life to finding solutions to problems that cut across constitutional matters. As a recognized law professor on comparative constitutional law, in addition to politics, he combines a series of research agenda coupled with extensive field experience not only as an advisor but also an institution educator. With the experiences he has collected over those years, Choudhry managed to serve as an advisor for various states including Egypt, Nepal, Tunisia, and Ukraine, in addition to Libya among others, check here (Crunchbase.com).
Sujit Choudhry who also serves as the founder of Center for Constitutional Transitions, an organization that generates knowledge to support constitution building processes through a network of constitutional experts has been involved with many think tanks who share his vision.
Calling out on Holder
That said, recently, Sujit Choudhry called out on Eric Holder when he posted a tweet about Robert Mueller’s situation, see (Twitter.com). Mueller, a special counsel who is overseeing significant investigation of the Russians meddling in America’s 2016 campaign that has ended up involving President Trump was caught up in sensitive constitutional matters that fuelled the public’s concern. As Eric Holder tweets it, Mueller was about to be dismissed following these ties.
In Holder’s perspective, Robert Mueller’s dismissal should be followed by a ‘peaceful’ dismissal. Well, according to Choudhry, Holder’s sentiments are quite misplaced and uncalled for. For starters, he is a qualified attorney who served in President Obama’s reign. Therefore, he should be able to address such a sensitive issue through the appropriate legal channels like the courts. Given his proven ability to decipher complex political issues in the past, it was rather obnoxious for him to incite the nation through social media, visit https://medium.com/@SujitChoudhry.