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Comparative Lawyer- Sujit Choudhry

Politics and comparative law is what he has been dealing with ever since he began his legal practice. Professor Sujit Choudhry is a prominent legal figure not only in his home country but all over the world. Ever since he began his practice, he has been dealing with a wide range of issues among them decentralization and secession, constitution design for ethnically dived society, federalization, official language policy, bills of rights, a transition from violence to peaceful democratic politics, as well as minority and groups rights among others. Sujit has also taken part in drafting the Canadian constitutional law, see (Crunchbase.com).

Sujit Choudhry is not only an expert in legal and constitutional matters, but he is a publisher who has published several books. One of his latest books is called “Constitutional Democracies in Crisis” in this book he puts more focus on a recent tweet by Erick Holder who is a former Attorney General who worked for the former United States of America President Obama, check (Sujitchoudhry.com). The former Attorney General published the tweeter on December 2017, and according to him any possible termination in White House Special Council Robert Muller should be regarded as “ absolute red line.” Mr. Holder continues to give suggestions in case of any termination the Americans should hold a peaceful demonstration, and that the people of America must be heard and seen, refer to https://medium.com/@SujitChoudhry.

On the other hand, Choudhry says that Erick’s call for mass action is based on two concepts, one concept being an uncontroversial constitutional boundary in the American democracy Which he refers to as the “red line”, and the concept is that according to Erick Holder it is upon the Americans to decide whether an official has abused the said Constitution or has gone beyond the country’s boundaries. In his book, Sujit Choudhry mentions that Erick wants the Americans to the constitutional issues will be resolved in the case of the “red line”. Mr. Choudhry continues to say that Erick Holder’s tweeter is based on constitutional self-enforcement and is constructed on “focal point.” Sujit is surprised with Erick’s tweet because he was once a public servant and he is also a legal expert, and he does not mention anything to do with a legal challenge as posted on twitter.com.