Sujit Choudhry Among Experts To Edit The Constitutional Transition’s Security Sector Reform
At a time world leaders are struggling to enact various reforms, a team of experts including Sujit Choudhry has commenced a process of editing sections of the constitutional reforms that touch on security. This is not the first time world leaders and other stakeholders responsible for enacting policies are crippling with security of their people. In fact, globally, there has always been a challenge especially when it comes to transition. During such a time, the security sector of any nation clings on a balance. Democracy is brought to a question as the military is forced to shift loyalty from one authority to the other while ensuring the mass get the needed security. See more info at Crunchbase
Thanks to the SSR, which Sujit Choudhry is part of, will definitely bring sanity when it comes to the time one authority is exchanging hands to another democratically. In the past, it has been a huge challenge as authoritarian governments have abused their powers, with some clinging to power using the military. Thankfully, Sujit Choudhry and his colleagues are doing all they can to edit the SSR, which will bring sanity to the country’s security sector. Even now, the edited version of the Constitutional Transition Security Sector Reform has suggested solutions and made arrangements that current and future authorities will use in ending the tag of war that comes up during the transition period.
The team has gone ahead to compile various case studies, which cover present and past examples from various parts of the world that would be essential for current and future governments will benchmark on. According to Sujit, the current SSR document has three main parts. The parts are police states, military dictatorship, as well as conflicts and ruptures that usually erupt during the transition period. Some of the case studies covered in the revised SSR version include stories from Indonesia, Chile, and Ghana.