In deciding whether a tribunal is independent1, in the sense of being free from the control of the executive and the parties2 as well as the legislature3 and other outside bodies4, the court will consider5:
(1) the manner of appointment of its members6 and their term of office7;
(2) the existence of guarantees against outside pressures
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