Sujit Choudhry, the Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, has taken part in editing the “Security Sector Reform in Constitutional Transitions” article. Security Sector Reform is central to a democratic transition of power. It provides the tools for emerging democracies to reform certain security aspects as part of a comprehensive process of reform for not only their country, but the world. Choudhry also states that it will be a key element to relieve countries from authoritarian or dictator style ruling, to a more fair democratic way of life. See more information at Crunchbase
“Security Sector Reform in Constitutional Transitions” is divided into three different categories. First the article discusses military dictatorships. Second, it discusses police states, where the citizens within are at risk of losing their dignity and self-preservation through the unjust power of police forces. Lastly, it discusses the issues such as conflicts and revolts that arise from post-authoritarian ways of life.
These studies were edited by Zoltan Barany, Sumit Bisarya, Sujit Choudhry, and Richard Stacey. became available for purchase on Amazon on September 19th, 2019.
Zoltan Barany is a professor at the Department of Government at the University of Texas in Austin.
Bisarya is the head of Constitution Building at the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance.
Richard Stacey is an associate professor at the Facility of Law at the University of Toronto.
Sujit Choudhry is an internationally recognized researcher, advisor, and director for democratic organizations. He is world-renowned for his knowledge in comparative constitutional law as well as his in-depth field experience as an adviser to constitution building processes. He has helped countless countries find what it means to be a true democracy with freedoms never thought possible within their homeland. Choudhry’s goal from the very beginning has been to transition countries from violent conflict to peaceful democratic policies.