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Pembrokeshire votes for chief exec Parry-Jones inquiry

A vote of no confidence has been passed against the chief executive of Pembrokeshire council in a row over unlawful payments to senior officers.

Councillors agreed he should face a disciplinary committee on the matter.

The vote followed a dispute over cash he received in lieu of pension contributions which the Wales Audit Office ruled as unlawful.

Council leader Jamie Adams survived an earlier vote of no confidence at the same extraordinary general meeting.

Abigail Neal reports.

  • 12 Sep 2014
  • From the section Wales
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