The conversation here between activist Ahmed Ziauddin and Judge Nizamul Hoque Nasim reveals the highly politicised nature of Bangladesh's judiciary: one that is increasingly reflecting the tense factions within the country's coalition government. Nasim reveals how fellow Tribunal Jahangir Hossain has been appointed as a Tribunal-1 Member through the lobbying of the Kamrul Islam, the State Minister for Law. There is a discussion between Nasim and Ahmed Ziauddin stating that Jahangir Hossain is corrupt. Nasim refers to Jahangir as an Awami League supporter. There is also a discussion between Nasim and Ahmed Ziauddin that Jahangir will not disagree with Nasim because he is corrupt (and therefore morally weak).