101. The Tribunal is composed of not fewer than 7 members, including a president and assessors, appointed by the Government. The president shall be chosen, after consultation with the chief judge of the Court of Québec, from among the judges of that court having notable experience and expertise in, sensitivity to and interest for matters of human rights and freedoms; the assessors shall be chosen from among the persons included in the panel provided for in the third paragraph of section 62.
The term of office of the members of the Tribunal is 5 years. It may be renewed for a shorter determined time.
The Government shall establish the standards and scales governing the remuneration and conditions of employment or, where applicable, the allowances of the assessors.