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How can randomly selected people make good decisions on such a complex matter?
Random selection has worked well for centuries in the selection of juries. Also, the Citizens’ Assembly has the support of a team who are experts in teaching about electoral systems and who will tailor learning sessions to the needs of the members.
The Citizens' Assembly is a random sample of people who are charged with reviewing a system that must serve the needs of its users; voters themselves are reviewing B.C.’s system of electing representatives.