So it was argued that if the transfer of the capital was not accompanied with the "sprawl" of the headquarters of state-owned enterprises and decentralized agencies for various settlements in the interior of Argentina, its effect would be minimal. Concrete, is that the transfer has not yet operated, survive despite the National Law and ordered that state enterprises were privatized and equivalent bodies. The privatization, which could be assimilated to the transfer of its headquarters, watching the traumatic layoffs, which emanated from the same, hardly produce any material effect on a possible order devolution. I do not wish to continue, without explicitly making the country the idea behind this pose, which is an upgrade of our already long-standing concern. Argentina imagine a structured on criteria of creativity, participation, decentralization of government (particularly the National Civil Service or Federal) and demographic devolution. Positioned in the devolution dimension, considered as a component of Argentina considered as a system of interpersonal relations, is not redundant to state that attentive to the latest available census (2001), Argentina's population of today surpasses the 37 million inhabitants.

Depending on participation, it is appropriate that there is a pattern of about 26 million voters. The population is distributed in just over 1600 (1600) settlements ranging from 600 inhabitants to the Buenos Aires metropolitan area of around 13 million inhabitants. There are also, regardless of poor rural population dispersed, several settlements ranging between 100 and 599 inhabitants. About a quarter of the population is enrolled in some type of study.