Solomon Islands prosecutors have added further charges against the opposition leader, Fred Fono.
Mr Fono is accused of allegedly attempting to bribe a government minister to join the opposition.
The office of the director of public prosecutions this morning amended charges against the politician as the magistratess court lifted a week old name suppression order.
Mr Fono now faces a misconduct in office charge on top of a conspiracy to commit unlawful purpose.
A political supporter of Mr Fono, Wislon Mamae, faces the same set of charges, while a Honiara businessman, Mathew Wale, faces a conspiracy charge.