Sujit Choudhry is an all-star in the academic world who has written dozens of pieces on every facet of constitutional law and politics (blogs.law.nyu.edu). In a chapter of his latest upcoming book Constitutional Democracies in Crisis, Choudhry dives in against a problem he sees going on globally with what is termed ‘democratic backsliding’.
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The chapter starts with a tweet from the former Attorney General under President Obama, Eric Holder. In his tweet, Holder vents against current president Trump’s online musings over the possible firing of the former head of the FBI Robert Muller. According to Holder, Trump firing Muller would be crossing a “red line” and if that happens, then the people should rally and hold peaceful protests in opposition. It is not clear if the protesters are trying to get Trump to change his mind or they want him impeached, but Choudhry sees a different problem here.
First, Choudhry notes that by “red line” Holder is referring to a boundary that nobody would argue against. This line represents the idea found in the constitution that criminal investigations are to be conducted on any citizen under suspicion, regardless of their office or position. Second, the idea that the people should rally and protest to change the president’s position represents a “constitutional self-enforcement” that Choudhry sees as troubling. Choudhry turns to a second example to tease out this problem a bit more. In the example, a would-be autocrat who is elected to power in a country with term limits finds some way to reverse that clause of the constitution and retain power indefinitely.
Both examples are similar in that forces at play are usurping the laws enacted with the constitution in favor of an agenda. In the first example the agenda is a noble one, but nevertheless, forcing the government to abandon the rule of law (remember, the president has the authority to fire and hire the head of the FBI) because of public interest is ultimately detrimental to a constitutional democracy in a very real sense. It sets a president that whenever the people feel contra to some law of institution that they can just change it on a whim, and that very idea subordinates anarchy and turmoil.
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When the elite business group took the case to court, it was dismissed as soon as it was heard. This is because they had no base towards developing a new plan to make the derail the law from the governor’s signature. The law was also dismissed because it was not depicted with better business values in a manner that achieves their assimilated business capabilities. Philadelphia is one of the few states in the country that is working towards making the lives of the common people easy. This is because they have always gone ahead of the rest in the issuance of working business solution to achieve the best in the industry.
All countries have some sort of constitution they follow, and someone who interprets them as well. This is where we meet Sujit Choudhry. Choudhry is an internationally-recognized authority on comparative constitutional law, and he is the founder of the company Center of Constitutional Translations which is a globally-based company that seeks to provide evidence-based policy options for decision-makers and agenda-setting. Related articles on ideamensch.com.
Choudhry worked for years as a constitutional lawyer in divided countries and realized the need for a central, global point where leaders could go to have someone help them interpret exactly what their constitutions, laws, and regulations even meant much less how to implement them. Choudhry has been to and studied many cultures and gained a respect for the way people choose to live and govern themselves in different cultures around the world. Check law,nyu.edu.
Choudhry has degrees from three different countries and shares a globally-minded way of thinking, so setting up this agency was a natural fit for him. More of Sujit’s insight in this article on ceocfointerviews.com.
Sujit Choudhry has always with people from all over the world and in that regard, this was nothing new for him. Choudhry knew that people would be skeptical of his idea at first, but he figured if he worked at it people would grow to realize the need for it over time. It turned out that he was indeed correct. Sujit Choudhry is currently preparing to launch three international project initiatives with the International Institute for Democracy and the Electoral Assistance in the fall.
When he is not working with the Center of Constitutional Translations, Sujit Choudhry teaches at University of California (Berkley) as an I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law who has studied in various countries including Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Nepal, South Africa, and Sri Lanka. Check this law blog about Sujit. Sujit Choudhry also has worked with writing in and editing many publications including The Migration of Constitutional Ideas (Cambridge, 2006) to The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution (Oxford, 2016) and many others in between. Refer to fundacity.com for additional article.
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