Pakistan's Long March: Help Report On It

04/11/2009 05:12 am 05:12:01 | Updated May 25, 2011

Lawyers and opposition political parties to the current Pakistani government, led by Nawaz Sharif, are planning a march from Karachi to Islamabad this week to demand the reinstatement of a supreme court justice and other judges ousted from office by former President Pervez Musharraf.

Pakistan's Interior Ministry Chief Rehman Malik has accused Sharif of sedition by inciting anti-government sentiments in prior speeches and has vowed that the government will respond with force should any deaths occur or public property be damaged during the march.

(UPDATE: Pakistan arrested dozens of lawyers and activists Wednesday.)

As tensions mount between the newly installed government and Pakistan's opposition, HuffPost World and GroundReport ask you to help us cover this march. This is your chance to have a conversation with Americans about what is happening in Pakistan.

Are you going to the march? Send us your photos and observations. Tell us what the marchers are saying, what they are chanting, why they have participated, and what they hope to achieve. Tell us if any violence breaks out.

Send your observations to worldsubmissions@huffingtonpost.com.
Put in the subject ling "Long march." Include your name and where you are from. We will compile the observations and use them in a story on the march.

Send your photos as attachments to worldsubmissions@huffingtonpost.com. Put in the subject line "Long march photos." Format them to 550 x 400 pixels, 150 resolution, and provide captions and bylines. We will select the best photos and display them on the Huffington Post.

Captions should include as much information about the image as possible. Please include where the photograph was taken, when it was taken and who (or what) is in the photo. Include your full name and where you live so we may credit your work accurately.

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