(1) A law made in relation to a disciplinary force of Seychelles may, in so far as it is necessary in a democratic society,8 provide for the derogation against the provisions of the Charter,9 other than articles 15, 16, and 17.
(2) A law of a country other than Seychelles whose disciplinary force is lawfully in Seychelles in pursuance of arrangements made between the Government of Seychelles and another government or an international organization shall, in so far as the law applies to the disciplinary force, not be held to be inconsistent or in contravention of the provisions of the Charter.
(3) A law which authorises the taking of any measure against a member of a disciplinary force of a country with which Seychelles is at war shall not be held to be inconsistent with the Charter.
(4) A law referred to in clause (3) shall not provide for the doing of anything which constitutes the crime of genocide or a crime against humanity. (Art. 44)