Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood says she stands by her decision to sack Dafydd Elis-Thomas from his spokesperson job and to seek to remove him as chair of the Assembly's Environment committee. She took the action after he criticised her anti-UKIP stance during her recent conference speech.
Dafydd Elis-Thomas is expected to try to challenge his removal from the committee chair and has called for the Assembly's committees to be more independent of the political parties.
Plaid's Health spokesperson Elin Jones says the party 'isn't against that discussion' but that it should be held as part of a wider review of the Assembly's rules and not' in the context of one instance.'
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