Activists urged Pride to cancel the post of "non-democratic" and chaotic annual general meeting of Toronto's executive director, which ended the debate on the decision of the Toronto police to allow him to participate in the next year's Pride Demonstration.
The decision by the police to stop two years' imprisonment has been criticized by activists and members of the Pride Toronto community that the police should not officially participate in the event, and black, indigenous, trans-marriages and other marginal associations continue to violent
For the first time in the history of the organization, journalists were banned from attending a meeting on Tuesday. Pride members were demanding to include the police issue on Tuesday evening, but later the meeting was stopped, says the scientist and active Puname Hossla.
"It was printed, printed, and cut off from the floor. The department tried to cover all the people who had asked questions, "Hossla said. "At that time they could not do it and postponed the meeting."
The Toronto pride did not answer the explanation of the "Star". In an article recently published in Now Magazine, Executive Director Olivia Nuama defended her organization's proposal to include the Toronto Police for the 2019 Parade.
"The Toronto Police should work together to make changes, along with many agencies that influence all communities," wrote Nuama.
"So we offered to take part in the next parade. We strive to establish new relationships with real and positive results, and we are working to make the necessary changes. "
But some of the pride-winning members expressed concern about the organization's ability to handle the issue on Tuesday.
"I'm just a member of the general public and I have not made a real decision about the police in Prado. One of the reasons I came to this evening is that I want to hear from both sides, "said Lynette Dubois.
"Instead of answering us, they forgave everything and reduced the meeting when we were ordering. This is not a meeting, "he said.
"They lost faith in a large group of members that I have seen tonight."
Professor Beverly Bain, a professor at the University of Toronto, said the group's membership had twice voted in the parade officially against the entry of the police.
"It is unbelievable to demonstrate this special board and executive power cafe," Bain said.
"This meeting has been a complete failure and disaster from today's Pride in Toronto. It was a great defeat for them, "said Gary Kincman, a professor of sociology at the University of Lorraine, and founder of the Pride Toronto, Leslieck and Gay Pride Times. According to him, the commission expressed dissatisfaction with the police's 1981 cruelty.
"Toronto does not say anything about Pride," Kinsman said.
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However, some members expressed their concern about obtaining funding from the police mandate and the amendment.
"Toronto begins with a zero dollar in Toronto and can continue with zero dollars," says Brian De Matos.
"It is important for the community to be safer than financing."
Sara Mozartzade is a reporter with wealth and wealth in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter: @saramojtehedz