A prospective party in Solomon Islands is promising to force MPs to pay their taxes, if elected in April's election.
The promise was made at the campaign launch of Peter Kenilorea Junior's United Party in Honiara last week.
The current parliament passed a law in 2016 exempting MPs from paying income tax, which Mr Kenilorea said would be thrown out.
He says the country's current leaders - on both sides of parliament - have lost touch with the people they're sworn to serve.
Mr Kenilorea, who is the son of the independence leader Sir Peter Kenilorea, is looking to mount a campaign of radical reform.