The wishes of Bergman who fell ill in 678 (video)
Buenos Aires, October 3, 2012
Rabbi Sergio Bergman, congressman of PRO party, was a guest on 678, where he debated with intellectual Eduardo Jozami, who is the founder of Carta Abierta (Open Letter).
For most of the program, the junction between the two protagonists of the evening was quite enjoyable, but at the end, when Bergman deployed a petition and a desire towards the program and Carta Abierta, things did not end well at all.
“The orders are: first, interview with objectivity, not edit the truth. Second, accept all the differences. Third, discuss and compare ideas and not people, have reasons, but not angry. Four, research in order to find the responsible. Five, recognize when you make a mistake, because to err is human,” said Bergman.
He added: “My wishes, six, seven and eight points are, Do not intended to encourage reform the Constitution, because first you have to comply. I do not believe anyone can be eternal nor power but in real life, and please pray for as we strive to unite, not to divide, or society or families.”
But Jozami responded: “Sergio, those who know me know that I’m not hard on the controversy, but I find it annoying to have to accept a call for tolerance of someone who is accumulating more fuel to the fire on this project in Argentina”.
“I say to your participation in the act of 13 (cacerolazos against the Government) and for your participation in the Legislature when you said that anyone with faith could vote a project on abortion,” he claimed.