A prominent Indigenous scholar, lawyer and activist who remains undecided about her voice to Congress has revealed what is rocking her to vote yes in the upcoming referendum.
Taylah Gray, a Wiradjuri woman, revealed on ABC’s QandA program that she was unsure whether to vote for or against the landmark decision regarding the recognition of indigenous peoples in the constitution.
“I don’t know at this point because I don’t think it can be decided by a yes or no vote,” she said on the show.
The remaining members of the panel were then asked for their opinions on how they would vote in the next referendum, and Opposition Business Manager Paul Fletcher was asked to answer questions about his personal opinion on the voices. avoided.
The crowd then started heckling after James Brown, CEO of the Australian Space Industry Association, revealed he would be voting against Boyce.
“I have fair thoughts and want reconciliation, but I will vote against this referendum … My concern is that the potential risks of voting in favor of this referendum will be outweighed by the benefits. ,” he said.
“Shame on you,” shouted one member of the crowd at Mr. Brown.
“I think there are a lot of people who are weighing this issue, as are others on the panel who don’t want to be called racist if they go to the polls and vote against this referendum. ” he said.
Malcolm Turnbull, the son-in-law of former Minister Paim and Voice supporter Malcolm Turnbull, also wore his hat to the liberal primary ring to replace the late Jim Moran in the Senate.
Gray then said that even though he had doubts about Voice, he might be more inclined to vote for it, given the people trying to vote against it.
“The more people who disagree with me say no, the more I tend to say yes,” she said. There was a caveat in the statement.
“People want to know more about where they stand within the community. I have questions,” she said.
“There are dissenting voices and indigenous voices in the community that we have not yet heard.”
https://thewest.com.au/entertainment/indigenous-campaigner-taylah-grays-swipe-on-the-voice-c-10445076 A swipe of the voice of Indigenous activist Tayla Gray