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Disarray rocks Ruto's camp as sticking points in BBI dropped

Disarray has shaken Deputy President William Ruto's camp after specific proposals it had opposed were dropped by the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) group, sending the DP's side scrambling to dress the resistance in new narratives. 

While the DP's partners have been frank when reached for comment on the BBI's proposed constitutional changes, yesterday, a portion of the vocal legislators interviewed were surprisingly hesitant to discuss their next strategy, and the ones who talked seemed to impart blended signs. 

In any case, some keep up their resistance, though presenting regional complaints. 

The absence of a clear, direct line of attack that the camp had sustained in the days paving the way to the arrival of the draft constitutional amendment Bill on Wednesday was evident, proposing that the group had not yet designed a typical reaction to the most recent turns of developments. 

The DP had communicated his reservations on a proposition to have parliamentary political parties partake in the arrangement of the electoral commissioners, executive expansion, the foundation of the National Police Council pressed with appointees from the President and formation of the Office of the Judiciary Ombudsman, yet another appointee of the President.

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