Sujit Choudhry: Your Law and Constitutional Expert

Born in 1970 in New Delhi, India Sujit Choudhry attended high school at the University of Toronto schools. He has graduated from McGill University with a BSc, B.A in Law from the University of Oxford. Sujit attained His LLB and LLM from the University of Toronto and Harvard Law School respectively.  Related article on  constitutionaltransitions.org.

Sujit Choudhry’s career started in 1996 where he worked as a Law clerk for Canada’s Chief Justice. He later joined the University of Toronto as an assistant professor. Sujit’s career kept nourishing and has now previously worked in various prestigious institutions. In 2010 he was chosen to be in the United Nations mediation Roster. Sujit Choudhry is one of the founding directors of Center for Constitutional Transitions where he is currently working. He is not only a lawyer but also an educator and an author thus being a renowned law expert. Read about his published work here, click on indiawest.com.

With over 20 years’ experience, Sujit has advised different people on various levels about their laws and constitutions.  Check sujitchoudhry.com.   Recently, he has co-authored a letter with three different lawyers to address the crisis that is being seen in Spain and Catalonia. These four want Spain and Catalonia to engage in dialogue to solve their constitutional issues before they turn into a sore wound.  To read more of his views on politically related issues, hit on iconnectblog.com.

The letter pleads with the Catalonian President who needs to portray the will of the Catalonian people to secede from Spain. This would be made possible by organizing for a referendum. Spain’s Prime Minister also needs to understand that the secession is what the Catalonians want and he should thus provide a suitable environment. The poll will not only be advantageous to the Catalonians but everyone else in their surroundings and the neighbors.

Without peaceful settling of their disagreements, then there will be a breach of the basic ideals of the European Union. Spain was seen acting, by all means, to lower voter turn-out on the referendum. Postponing the declaration of Catalonian independence was a good move by their president. Spain’s Prime Minister needs to know that the Catalans already have shown their will. He should let this be represented in a referendum.  For a note-worthy article, click this.

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