The above act has had a profound effect on the quality of every day life and coloured people's impression of politician's and their view on voting in local elections and therefore in general elections.
If the people you vote for cannot make a difference because they the councillors for a town are 9 out of a total number of 90, the MDC could pass a motion to destroy our town, they have tried by forgetting we existed and spending all the money in the city centre and on egotistic projects to raise the profile of the city while playing a game of "we can beat them" with a neighbouring city.
The act tried to force links where none existed and has led to voting apathy due to a feeling of dis-enfrachisement- get rid of it -give civic pride and responsibility back to the people who want it.
The system of "bottom up" would in effect make the lower levels " the customer" and the higher levels would have to give value for money and good service otherwise the "customer" could take their business elsewhere.
People would feel in control of their own surroundings and that they could change things if neccessary. Apathy would disappear to be replaced by enthusiasm and achievement, which would spill over into other areas of life.
This would make Britain a true democracy again instead of only a nominal one.