I don't think anyone said there shouldn't be workers rights or unions.Except all the countries in Europe and Canada, Australia, Taiwan etc, where it absolutely does work much better than the alternative US capitalism.
Social democracy is not some uniquely Argentine thing.
Those who post here proscribing the end of unions, worker rights etc are quite clearly just Americans who can't envision any alternative to their own disastrous system, where the interests of capital always come first. But the fact is the rest of the world already sought out an alternative 80 years ago, and it works much better for the people than the US' good ol' "die because you can't afford healthcare, 20% poverty rates" system.
People do not exist to serve the needs of the economy, the economy exists to serve the needs of people.
The problem is that an Argentine union is not the same as a German or Swedish union.
The work ethic is not the same. The people are not the same. The level of honesty is not the same.
Argentina having a system similar to Canada or Norway on paper is not enough. The reason why "social democracy" is not working here has little to do with the mechanics or theory behind the system.
That's the point others were trying to make:
It doesn't actually matter what system is in place.
Whether you implement socialism, communism, "social democracy," or the "US' good ol' 'die because you can't afford healthcare, 20% poverty rates' system"... the end result is almost always the same in Argentina.
Also, there are many forum members commenting here who are not from the US. Your post comes off as bitter.