THE Zambia police have commenced investigations into the leaking of a Government constitutional roadmap that was allegedly stolen from the ministry of justice. The preliminary investigations are intended to establish how a classified Government document could have been stolen from the ministry of justice before it could be published to the public. Government claimed this week that its constitutional roadmap had had been stolen from the ministry of justice and directed the police to immediately institute investigations into the matter so that the culprits could be brought to book. Government has since published its constitutional roadmap in which it has been envisaged that Zambians would be able to have a new and people-driven Constitution before the end of this year. The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) has released its constitutional road map just days before the ruling party could publish its own.