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Pembrokeshire county councillors have passed a vote of no confidence in their Chief Executive Bryn Parry Jones.
Bryn Parry Jones will now face an investigation, but has not been suspended.
Pembrokeshire Council leader Jamie Adams has survived a vote of no confidence.
The vote was taken after a row about payments received by the Council's Chief Executive Bryn Parry Jones.
Union members have been protesting outside Pembrokeshire County Council's headquarters this lunchtime.
They're calling for a no confidence vote in the local authority's chief executive Bryn Parry Jones.
It follows a police investigation into supplementary salary payments made to Mr Parry Jones and another council official.
Trade union members are expected to protest outside Pembrokeshire County Council headquarters later, after hundreds responded to a ballot of 'no confidence' in the council's chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones.
An investigation is currently underway by Gloucestershire Police after salary supplement payments of around £45,000 were paid to Mr Parry-Jones and another senior official.
The council says it has no comment to make about the protests.