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  • The Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission update and reflections on the road ahead.

    The Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission update and reflections on the road ahead.

    In other circumstances, the Commission is mandated to make recommendations with respect to appropriate reparations, remedies and rehabilitative measures for victims and perpetrators to the President.
  • The Mandate and Objectives of the Commission.

    The Mandate and Objectives of the Commission.

    Since the swearing of its first Commissioners, the Commission has given constant consideration to the substance of its work.
  • Bringing of complaints before the Commission

    Bringing of complaints before the Commission

    The Commission is very sensitive to the impact that talking about past events may have on complainants and witnesses.

As of Friday 10TH January 2020 the commission had scheduled 21 cases to be heard in the first week of sitting for the New Year. 13 of the cases being heard were fresh complaints and 8 were continuation of previously heard cases. The commission rescheduled 2 cases for the upcoming week as the witness and complainant could not turn up, due to health reasons. A total number of 11 witnesses were heard including one Stefan Knight who appeared as an Official witness on behalf of the Attorney General giving evidence under oath in relation to the Official Secrets Act. The commission also heard 12 complainants.  The cases ranged from the Disappearance of Gilbert Morgan, the alleged murder of Simon Denousse, Mike Asher and Wilsette Camille, the wrongful termination of Douglas Green, Luc Changko and Jules Stravens and cases involving Victimisation from the Government of the Coup D’états of 1977. The commission started its second week of sitting on Monday 13th January.

To facilitate the implementation of its mandate the Commission is granted the same powers as the Supreme Court of the Seychelles.

Meet
the

commissioners

Meet the staff of the Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission

 

  • Mrs. Gabrielle Mcintyre

    Chairman of the Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission
  • Mr. Michael Green

    Vice Chairman for the Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission
  • Dr. Marie-Therese Purvis

    Commissioner of the Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission
  • Mr. Jacques Gbilimou

    Commissioner of the Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission
  • Archbishop. James Wong

    Commissioner for the Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission

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TRNUC Building

Perseverance

P.O Box 5013
Mahe, Seychelles

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