Could citizen juries fix democracy?
Citizen juries have been used in advisory processes, such as the proposal for a nuclear waste dump in remote South Australia. A random selection of the public are gathered to talk through a political issue, in the attempt to reach a significant majority agreement.
Nicholas Gruen from Lateral Economics believes this process could be the antidote to the problems of modern democracy.
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