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  • Facilitate the implementation

    Facilitate the implementation

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

On the 3rd February 2020 the Commission commenced its second session of hearings for 2020. 5 cases were ongoing and 11 new complaints heard. In addition, 12 General witnesses were called to give evidence about the Command structure of the Seychelles Peoples Defence Forces and the activities of the Intelligence Unit at State House. During its hearings the Commission heard testimony on the disappearance of Andrew Pouponneau, the victimisation and Imprisonment of Roy BeeHarry, Claude Bijoux and John Dookley, the killing of Simon Desnousse, Mike Asher and Michael Hoffman, and the disappearance of Gilbert Morgan and Hassan Ali. The commission also heard from Honorable Flory Larue in regards to Government land in Seychelles and from Ibrahim Afif with respect to his former employment with the Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation and on the Radio Programme “Konplo 412”.

TRNUC Hearings

Hearing - 19th 20th 21st 22nd 26th 28th 29th 30th July 2021

Hearing 8th - 16th July 2021

Hearing 23rd-25th-30th June and July 2021

 

TRNUC Announcements

TRNUC Communique English 15.01.21

TRNUC Public Announcement Kreol 15.01.21Amnesty Documents

Survey and Questionnaires

Konplenan

Non konplenan

Questionnaire non complainant

Questionnaire Complainants

http://opiniojuris.org/2020/11/23/one-year-in-what-is-the-trnuc/

 

Amnesty Explanation

Pursuant to the Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Act of 2018 and in order to foster reconciliation in the Seychelles, those individuals who provide a full and frank disclosure of their culpable acts or omissions in relation to any human rights violation and offer sincere apologies to the victim(s) shall be granted an amnesty in relation to the acts or omissions that were part of the disclosure and apology. READ MORE

Amnesty Guidelines

Amnesty Petition 

Vacancies

Investigator - (2 Posts)

Administrative Manager

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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Mahe, Seychelles

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