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Ricardo Tosto: Dedication to legal work

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The legal industry in Brazil can be complicated to anyone who does not understand the dynamics of the legal field in the country. Navigating through the rigid laws is not an easy task. One must be prepared to go through hard times. However, you may not need to bother yourself when dealing with such matters. All that one needs to be done is to identify a good lawyer who will handle all litigation matters on your behalf. It is one of the easiest things to do as long as there is the dedication to work. It is not such a hard task to identify a lawyer who will assist you in all the matters related to representation.

Brazil has a huge number of lawyers. There are sufficient of them to handle all the litigation cases in the country. However, the big task remains to identify that one particular lawyer to handle your litigation. With the high number of lawyers in the country, it almost impossible to identify a lawyer who will meet your needs satisfactorily with ease. One will need to search deeply until they can locate one. You want a lawyer who will meet the test of integrity and dedication to solving the needs of a client.

Due diligence needs to be done for this to happen. A lawyer who will make sure that his clients get justice is the type of lawyer needed. There are quite a good number of them in Brazil, but one must make sure that they are looking in the right channels. There is a lot that needs to be done before one concludes who is the best lawyer. You might need to look at the past cases he has handled and the reviews that others clients have given to him. One good lawyer is Ricardo Tosto

Ricardo Tosto

If you are looking for a credible lawyer in Brazil, then that has got to Ricardo Tosto. He is the best lawyer one could ever ask for, his reputation and integrity in the industry leave no one in doubt of his abilities. Ricardo Tosto has been hired by top business organizations in the country to represent them. Ricardo Tosto is a founding member of a firm called Leite, Tosto e Barros Advogados.

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Sujit Choudhry’s comments on the current challenges facing Ukraine semi-presidential system

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Sujit Choudhry, the director of CT, joined other top constitutional experts in a roundtable in Ukraine to discuss the constitutional challenges facing the country. The workshop was organized by top institutions in Ukraine that support proper governance in the country. Some of these organizations include the Center for Policy and Legal Reforms and the internal IDEA. The Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance is an organization that supports proper governance and sustainable democracy all over the world. The workshop was hosted at Kiev, which was also attended by top Ukrainian government officials.

When Sujit Choudhry was called to speak, he first said that he was privileged to sit in a roundtable with top constitutional experts and Ukrainian government officials to discuss the challenges facing the country’s semi-presidential system. He continued to note that the democratization in Ukraine has been unstable for a long time. Sujit blamed the problems facing the country on the centralization of powers on the presidency. Sujit also squarely blamed the Ukraine’s political parties for their inability to create solutions to the political challenges that are currently facing the country. Sujit also noted that the separation of powers in the executive between the Prime Minister and the President are also to blame for the political instability in the country.

Sujit Choudhry’s sentiments were echoed by other constitutional experts who attended the high-profile conference. Sumit Bisarya who represented the internal IDEA and Thomas Sidelius from the Dalarna University supported Sujit’s sentiments.

Other high-profile personnel and experts who attended the workshop include Vladimir Vasilenko who represented the UN Human Rights Council in Ukraine, Victor Musiaka who represented the president in the supreme council 1996, Sergyi Holovatyi who serves in the Constitution Commission of Ukraine amongst many others.  Additional article on works.bepress.com.

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Besides airing his views on the challenges facing the Ukrainian semi-presidential system, Sujit went ahead to highlight his recent activities where he has been helping emerging democracies in the constitutional making process. Sujit noted that there was the need for experts to discuss policy-based choices in the constitutional making process. Refer to blogs.law.nyu.edu for a related article.

Sujit, an expert in comparative law, has a wealth of experience in helping various countries to draft constitutions and solve various political challenges. He is a renowned scholar who has helped various countries that include Egypt, Libya, Nepal, S. Africa, Jordan, Tunisia, Ukraine, Yemen and Sri Lanka. Continue reading on constitutionaltransitions.org.

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