Center of Constitutional Transitions’ director and founder Choudhry is recognized internationally as a scholar and constitutional lawyer. Choudhry has given advice in several countries including Kenya, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, the Ukraine and Cyprus through the decades on governance, and constitution building. He offered a companion to the policy paper co-authored by George Anderson to clarify “Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions.”
The original paper covered case studies from countries involved with constitutional engagement. The essay collection gives recommendations for policy based on realistic views of political and territorial cleavages. There is a chapter that uses a comparative analysis of case studies relating them to current research for drawing original conclusions.
Anderson’s back ground is in the Canadian government and he was formerly the Forum of Federations’ CEO. The companion paper had the same title as the original to give insight into the things discussed in the original. The advice in the paper might be helpful to those who advice and are principal in the constitutional moments.
Sujit Choudhry became a Solicitor and Barrister during 2001 in Ontario, Canada. Choudhry has spoken or given lectures in 30 countries and worked in vast contexts such as political violence and cease fires. He has experience in facilitating sessions of public dialogue with stakeholders and civil society groups, multi-party dialogue technical advice and various other consultations and technical experts advisory work. He has over 100 articles, policy manuals, book chapters, working papers and reports. Sujit Choudhry is also an expert on the constitution of Canada.
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