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Sujit Choudhry Draws Comparisons Between America and Other Countries

Sujit Choudhry is a renowned teacher and expert on constitutional laws. He has worked at nearly as many educational facilities as he was educated at. He attended McGill University, Oxford, Harvard, and the University of Toronto; he has worked at the New York University School of Law and at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law. He has also worked as a professor at Berkeley, see post on Instagram.com.

Teaching students directly is not the only method of education used by Sujit Choudhry. He also contributes to the publishing world. In a recent book, Sujit Choudhry was given an entire chapter to discuss American politics. Specifically, Sujit Choudhry talked about Robert Mueller and Donald Trump. He wrote about a particular tweet pertaining the subject. The tweet was published in December of 2017 by Eric Holder, the former Attorney General of the United States, read this (Crunchbase.com).

Holder took to Twitter to call the potential firing of Robert Mueller a red line, see (Twitter.com). He said that if the situation should occur, citizens who support either side of the isle must stand up in defense of their side. Surprisingly, the former Attorney General didn’t speak of the law. Instead, he said the American people will be the deciding factor in the Russia/Trump controversy. If Trump fires Mueller, it will be the vocalization of the masses that decide whether Trump will remain in office or not.

Sujit Choudhry also discussed parallels between other countries and the United States. Poland was one of the other countries that came up in the chapter. Since 2015, when Poland’s version of Congress was taken over by the Law and Justice Party, they began to undermine Poland’s constitution. This is similar to what is happening now with Donald Trump and the Republican Party, according to Choundhry, you can check http://releasefact.com/2018/04/sujit-choudhry-disintegrating-democracy/.

Other countries are mentioned in the chapter. Some of these countries are South Africa and Germany, who are also going through constitutional challenges.