Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission
The Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission (2018-2022) was mandated to investigate and create an accurate public record of human rights abuses related to the 1977 coup d’état in Seychelles and its aftermath. The commission’s investigations revealed deaths, unlawful killings and other human rights violations related to the coup and committed in the following years during the imposition of a one-party state, which was in place for 43 years until 1993.
|Established||Conflict Period||Mandate||Final Report||Peace Agreement|
|2018, by legislation||2019-2022||Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission Act 9 of 2019||2022 Final Report Vol. 1; Vol. 2; Vol. 3; Vol. 4; Vol. 5; Recommendations