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(From The Nation (Kenya) - AAGM)
Like a judge pondering a landmark ruling, National Assembly Speaker Francis ole Kaparo said he needed several days of quiet reflection to gather his wits.
When the time finally came on Tuesday, the ruling turned out to be a pleasant surprise to members of the joint parliamentary committees on Security and Legal Affairs, granting their wish to investigate the Armenian brothers' saga, despite a parallel commission of inquiry having been appointed by the Government.
The ruling was remarkably robust in its reasoning, displaying a quality that only went to emphasise Mr Kaparo's training as a lawyer.
He described his ruling as "probably the most challenging decision I have had to make as Speaker".
Indeed it was. The …