What Pakistan’s Election Means to Its People

By SHREEYA SINHA

 A night rally for the independent candidate Jamshed Dasti in the district of Muzaffargarh.

Diego Ibarra Sanchez for The New York TimesA night rally for the independent candidate Jamshed Dasti in the district of Muzaffargarh.

 

The New York Times

is interested in hearing from Pakistanis as the general election campaign comes to an end this week, promising the first democratic transfer of power from one civilian government to another in the country’s history.

Whether you are living in Pakistan or abroad, join the discussion here on The Lede by telling us what you think is the most important issue and why. Is it the economy? ExtremismWidespread militant violence? Corruption? The American drone campaign, the role of Pakistan’s powerful military, or something else? What is the importance of democracy and what are your hopes for the country?

Share your views in the comment thread below, in English or Urdu, or join the conversation on Twitter by sending your tweets to @nytimesworld. Be sure to let us know where you live, how old you are and if you intend to vote.

 

  
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