A public forum held in Solomon Islands has heard of three ways to oppose the tax-free award and other entitlements granted to MPs.
Last week, the Court of Appeal approved a Parliamentary Entitlements Commission's decision to exempt MPs from paying income tax.
The meeting organised by Forum Solomon Islands International was told to move a private members motion in the upcoming sitting to amend the powers of the Commission.
The Solomon Star said a second suggestion was to seek change through the Constitutional Review Committee.
The constitution states that the Parliamentary Entitlements Commission can call for submission but it is not necessary for it to consider the submissions.
A third option is to stage a public protest.