3 Plaid Cymru AMs have signed a letter calling for a challenge to Leanne Wood’s leadership, BBC Wales has learned.
Llyr Gruffydd, Sian Gwenllian and Elin Jones have asked colleagues to think about striking their names forward.
The window which permits a leadership problem closes on FOUR July.
In a BBC Wales interview Ms Wooden stated she may stand down after the assembly election in 2021 if it did not result in her turning into first minister.
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The Plaid Cymru staff on Carmarthenshire council has backed Adam Worth to face for the management.
Cllr Alun Lenny informed BBC Radio Cymru’s Taro’r Submit programme the gang had requested Mr Worth if he would be prepared for his name to be recommend officially.
Mr Price has but to reply, Mr Lenny stated.
Another senior Plaid AM, Rhun ap Iorwerth, has insisted he has “no plans” to challenge for the management and advised newshounds that he wanted Ms Wood to guide the birthday party into the next election.
Sources just about each Mr Worth and Mr ap Iorwerth have informed BBC Wales they’re coming beneath expanding drive to challenge Ms Wood.
Two Plaid Cymru constituency parties are meeting in the next 10 days to discuss leadership nominations.
It is anticipated they’re going to conform to placed Mr Worth’s name forward.
Plaid Cymru has declined to comment.
Sources say birthday celebration branches from across Carmarthenshire had written to Mr Worth urging him to face.