A Solomon Islands academic is calling on the people of his country to march on parliament.
The call accompanies growing pressure on the prime minister Gordon Darcy Lilo to resign over long-standing issues and more recently, his trip to Indonesia.
Civil society organisations are reported to be planning to present Mr Lilo with a petition threatening him to step down or face more drastic action.
The Centre for Pacific Studies at the University of Hawaii's Tarcisius Tara Kabutaulaka says now is the time for both a physical and ideological march on parliament.
"The social media has provided a wonderful way in which people have been able to express themselves and certain people have been very vocal through this. But I think we need to expand the discussion to involve a majority of Solomon Islanders who do not have access to social media."
The Centre for Pacific Studies at the University of Hawaii's Tarcisius Tara Kabutaulaka.