There are some hopeful signs, I think. Have you seen the development taking shape alongside Federico Lacroze station?While the Argentine constitution lacks a second amendment, it does enshrine the Right to Housing as a constitutional right of all Argentines. This predates Cristina by a few years.
Housing experts estimate that Buenos Aires is short at least 75,000 units of affordable public housing.
This article proves it.
Hopefully it will not only be Peron, and the Military Dictatorship that has built free "socialist" public housing, but future governments as well.
USA needs to give The Argentine refugee nation status. Then Aerolineas can simply jet the indigent to the paradise they imagine the USA to be. Simple. USA worships the downtrodden.
I'm talking about the abject uneducated poor. The real burden. Villa-gers. Human flotsam. The USA needs a new source of slaves periodically when its old crop acts up... and foolishly demands reparations! Such fun to watch from afar.there are no shortage of Argentines in the USA. Miami, LA, and NYC have lots of them. The funny thing is, they almost always come back, bringing their money, when they retire. I know several Argentines who live in the US, and invest in real estate in Argentina. One, a professor at UCLA, bought an enormous factory in Parque Patricio, which is a non-profit centro cultural.
When Argentines go to the US, its usually to bring dollars back, sooner or later.
Argentina, on the other hand, takes in immigrants and refugees from all over the world- 22,000 Russians in the last year, and a continuous flow of cubans, venezuelans, chinese, paraguayans, africans, middle easterners both jewish and muslim, bolivians,koreans, peruvians, germans, okinowans, english, and US citizens. I meet all kinds of people who live and work here from around the world.
But this problem is simple- public housing.
Pretty much every first world country (except the USA) routinely builds low income public housing. Its really not a radical idea.