Papua New Guinea's Electoral Commissioner Patilias Gamato has been remanded in custody.
Mr Gamato was arrested in October and charged with corruption in relation to an incident in Port Moresby during the 2017 general elections.
His 3000 kina bail granted by the Waigani Committal Court was yesterday revoked and set aside by the same court.
NBC reports that the court ruling followed an application filed by the Police Prosecution, asking the court to revoke his bail.
The commissioner is alleged to have breached a bail condition prescribing that he was not to interfere with any witnesses.
The Prosecution has alleged Mr Gamato interfered with state witnesses who are employees of the PNG Electoral Commission since he was granted bail.
He has been taken to the Boroko Police cells in Port Moresby following the court's ruling.