Former Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones has refused to add to the party's statement regarding Bethan Jenkins' drink-driving arrest. Speaking at Plaid's weekly press briefing Mr Jones said,
I won't comment personally further on the matter. There are proceedings within the party dealing with matters like that.
Internal party procedures would be distinct from any Assembly action and separate of course to the police investigation into the case. When I asked Mr Jones to say more about what those party procedures involve, he would involve he would only say that,
There are rules drawn up by the group which are currently being used in the process.
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