Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission
The Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission of the Seychelles (2018-present) is mandated to investigate human rights abuses in response to the 1977 coup and create an accurate public record of those abuses. The mandate tasks the commission with providing closure to victims, such as determining appropriate reparations and rehabilitation methods. It also must identify perpetrators of the violations and determine whether amnesty is appropriate. In order to unify the Seychellois people, the commission was mandated to create a national agenda to ensure that the country can move forward with purpose and prevent violations from happening again. It also required to published reports on its findings.
||Mandate||Final Report||Peace Agreement|
|2018, by legislation||1977-present||Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Act of 2018||–||–|