Sencillamente yo ,
i get your point of view. And the dilemma of the end consumer
i don”t know you but i can guess, you never led a life or lived in a city/ country or faced a dogma in a social strata where you were extremely discriminated for your color or religion or gender or for your surname.
You can not envisage the trials and tribulations of such a life, for sure.
Its not the ideal solution. But at times, this is the only solution when certain people face extreme discrimination.
You will only and only back off from this point of view, when you or your near/ dear faces the wrath of the society / police/ justice system etc for no fault except a social bias.
I made my post trying to be as objective as I could be. I considered what the purpose of doing good and success was, is and should be. I used what already exists, as a guide to formulate an opinion on what has just been proposed and passed. Then I considered what people want and expect.
Here is an example of one of my thoughts:
On this service, there are dozens of examples of posters that are frustrated and unhappy with The inefficiencies of the Argentine government, what it provides and how it functions. The vast majority of everyone here, feels and observes the dysfunctional system that exist. Then a poster will encourage the person here who is trying to get something done, to try again, in the hope of getting a person (government worker) who knows what to do and can get a result for the person needing the result. (I am not sure that is so clear of a thought, but here it is another way >>>
A problem with a DNI or something to do with permanent residency or citizenship etc ... There are countless examples of people here who can't get the simplest thing done in Argentina. It is part due to the system and part due to the federal employee. Then later in the process, something good happens, because the poster was persistent and kept trying until they got "THE RIGHT PERSON' who helped them. Usually this right person is skilled, conscientious etc ... Your run of the mill "quotaed' person may or may not be capable of doing the job.
I and most everyone here, want results. Only the best and brightest or most talented should get the position, the job or the spot. There is no argument anyone here can make that would successfully refute this point I am trying to make.
Does anyone want to be served by a quota employee who is not as competent as the person with superior talent? The person who may have been passed by, because of some system that required a job or position be handed out based upon something other than ability and talent.
And it doesn't matter if I have had it easy or hard in life. I can see nothing but objectively on this.
Could you imagine if Boca or River assembled a team with quotas in place? Fans would be quite angry.
Well, citizens and permanent residents suffer enough already, it will only get worse.
To reiterate my earlier point - If I am in need of emergency care, I WANT THE BEST and BRIGHTEST to provide it to me. Not someone who happened to make it to the position because of a quota needing to be filled.