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Seychelles People’s Defence Forces v The Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission (MC 33 of 2020)  SCSC 519 (31 July 2020);
Petition for judicial review - Preliminary objections - whether the Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission (TRNUC) is subject to the supervisory jurisdiction of the Court – whether TRNUC has parallel jurisdiction to the Supreme Court – whether TRNUC has made a decision or recommendation in respect of the complaints subject to this Petition – whether the Petitioner has locus standi to bring and prosecute the Petition - The TRNUC is a public body subject to the supervisory jurisdiction of the Supreme Court – the TRNUC has parallel jurisdiction to the Supreme Court only to the extent of discharging its functions as provided by its mandate – TRNUC has made a determination and even if it has not taken a decision its procedures are challengeable by way of judicial review –Petitioner does not have locus standi per se but it is not fatal at this stage – Objections dismissed