Cardiff Central AM, Jenny Rathbone, has been readmitted to her party in the assembly after being suspended for comments regarded as potentially anti-Semitic.
A National Assembly Labour Party spokesperson confirmed Ms Rathbone was readmitted following a seven week suspension.
In a recording leaked to the Jewish Chronicle in November 2018, the Cardiff Central AM was heard saying: "The fact that the Jewish synagogue in Cyncoed is behind this fortress is really uncomfortable". She added "how much of it is for real and how much of it is in their own heads is really hard for an outsider to judge".
The Labour AM later apologised for the comments, saying she was "deeply sorry" and that her comments had been "insensitive".
Despite being readmitted, Jenny Rathbone remains under investigation by the UK Labour Party. The initial comments were passed on to the General Secretary of the Party for investigation in November 2018.
Responding to the decision to readmit Ms Rathbone, the Welsh Conservatives said the "decision raises questions about the Labour Party’s attitude towards the Jewish citizens of our country".
Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, Jane Dodds, tweeted that the decision to readmit Ms Rathbone was "outrageous". She added that the Cardiff Central AM "should remain suspended until the investigation is complete, anything else undermines the process".