The Research and Advocacy Unit and IDASA, have created a 'Constitution Scorecard':
This scorecard is a snapshot view, to allow readers a quick analysis on the progress the Constitutional Select Committee (COPAC) draft constitution has made on critical issues that will shape Zimbabwe's transition. The Constitution is graded according to its proximity to a democratic ideal. The analysis also indicates whether the final version is an improvement on a) the Lancaster House Constitution and b) the July COPAC draft.
It's interesting to see that fifteen out of the nineteen sections (including the Preamble) are considered an improvement on the Lancaster House Constitution. But - significantly - only three out of the nineteen sections are considered an improvement on the draft COPAC released in July last year. Somehow, between then and now, the proposed constitution become much less democratic. Overall, the scorecard is thought provoking and makes you want to find out more. You can download a copy of the scorecard here.