Francisco Domenech is broadly acknowledged for his service as the POLITANK’s Managing Director. POLITANK refers to a law firm handling government affairs and specializes in the development of approaches aimed at enhancing best representation of the private welfares before the governmental settings.
Earlier on, he served as a director at the Legislative Services’ office connected to P.R.’s Legislative Assembly. In the course of his tenure, he controlled a staff with 130 employees, intensified the services that the Legislative Library provides and facilitated the management of a yearly budget worth $11 million. Before he started to head the agency, he served as the Chief Legal Counsel of the Senate President of P.R. enhancing provision of advice as well as a representation of interests of the Senate. He also controlled the management of the entire counsel work alongside the supervision of the outside counsel that’s inclusive of the federal lobbyists of the Senate. Within the capacity he had, he took part in a hearing of en banc during the First Circuit for the Appeal’s Court.Learn more about FrancisicoDomenech at about.me
Looking at his education, he has graduated two times from Puerto Rico University. His B.A. covered Political Science. It is from the same University that he acquired the Juris Doctor. For the academic year 1999/2000, he served as the President of the entire student body. Also, he gave service as the Academic Senator at the same time. Before this, he worked as the Social Sciences College’s President between 1998 and 1999. In the course of his law school time, he attended University College of London for one semester. During the period, he undertook different courses with regards to comparative law.
Between 2007 and 2012, Domenech remained a participant of the Democratic National Panel. In the year 2008, he served the deputy manager’s role in the primary campaign of Candidate Hillary Clinton across Puerto Rico. Being Clinton’s leading fundraiser across Puerto Rico, he remained one of the Committee members facilitating the organization of her campaign journey to Puerto Rico during the election cycle of 2016.
Individually and via POLITANK, he has actively given support to different philanthropic actions across the years. These include The Clinton Foundation, The Washington Internships’ Center, The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation.
Sujit Choudhry was born in New Delhi, India in 1970. He studied at the Oxford University, Harvard and the University of Toronto. He is the director of Centre for Constitutional Transitions. He is also the I. Michael Heyman Professor of Law at the University of California-School of Law where he is the school dean. Sujit Choudhry also co-leads other global collaborative projects which deal with territorial cleavages, security sector reforms and constitutional transitions. He is also a member of United Nations Mediation Roster and a World Bank Institute Consultant.
Sujit Choudhry has been a constitutional advisor for over 20 years. He has published journals, articles, and books. The books he has published include; The Migration of Constitutional Ideas, Constitutional Design for Divided Societies, Constitution Making and Oxford handbook of Indian Constitution. He was awarded Practitioner of the year award in 2011 by the South Asian Bar Association.
Sujit Choudhry joined the experienced team of constitutional experts on July 10 th in Kiev. The team discussed some semi-presidential systems in Ukraine and also the challenges facing the system. He went ahead to say that democratization in Ukraine has been unstable. The focus on the presidency power, the legislature electoral system and the weak political parties among others, led to the instability.
He was joined by notable people such as Dalarna University’s Thomas Sidelius and International IDEA Sumit Bisarya. Vladimir Vasilenko Ukraine’s representative on Human Rights, Sergyi Holovatyi, a member of constitutional commission of Ukraine and Viktor Musiaka president representative in Supreme Court, Ihor Kuliushko representative of Centre for policy and legal reform as well as a former member of parliament and the president’s advisor.
Sujit Choudhry also mentioned the recent wave of the involvement of the transitional democracies in constitutional making decisions. He stated it was important that current legal thought leaders collect and discuss policy-based options in support of the constitutional reform process.
The Centre of Constitutional Transitions creates and mobilizes knowledge supporting constitutional building. It assembles and leads international experts who produces the evidence-based policy options. In collaboration with think tanks, NGOs and global network of the multilateral organizations, they managed to accomplish their mission.
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