First Minister Carwyn Jones is going through questions in regards to the sacking of former communities secretary Carl Sargeant, who was discovered useless on Tuesday.
Mr Sargeant was faraway from the Welsh Government job final Friday after accusations about his behaviour have been raised with the primary minister.
It is known the Alyn and Deeside AM took his personal life and one Labour AM mentioned the group felt “deep unease”.
A former requirements watchdog needs an impartial overview of the sacking.
Mr Jones discovered in regards to the allegations early final week.
Staff from his workplace, however not civil servants, spoke to the ladies and referred their complaints to Welsh Labour, which was investigating, and suspended Mr Sargeant.
It is known that on Tuesday morning, the 49-year-old nonetheless didn’t know what he had been accused of.
Welsh Labour and the Welsh Government have been approached for remark however haven’t responded.
One Labour AM, who didn’t want to be named, informed BBC Wales: “There are questions for the first minister over this.”
Another unnamed member mentioned “there are questions over the issue of duty of care” in direction of Mr Sargeant since final Friday.
“I think there are questions about the procedure that was followed,” mentioned a 3rd Labour AM, who additionally didn’t wish to be recognized.
‘Thrown to the wolves’
“The suspicion is that there was a political resolution to take away him from the cupboard. I haven’t got any quarrel with that.
“But to combine the 2 issues was fallacious.”
The AM pointed to the truth that UK authorities First Secretary of State Damian Green has been allowed to remain in put up whereas underneath investigation.
“It’s onerous to know why Carl was thrown to the wolves,” the Labour AM mentioned including Mr Sargeant had been “humiliated” and “remoted with none resolution being made that he is responsible”.
“There’s deep unease within the group about the best way this has been dealt with.”
Mr Sargeant was in New York together with his spouse final week. On his return, he met Mr Jones on Friday when he was sacked and suspended from the occasion.
At the time, Mr Sargeant mentioned he was wanting ahead to clearing his identify, however didn’t know the main points of the allegations.
North Wales Police was referred to as to his dwelling in Connah’s Quay, Flintshire, about 11:30 GMT on Tuesday. His dying isn’t being handled as suspicious.
Sir Alistair Graham, the previous chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, informed BBC One’s Wales Live programme the Welsh Government was fallacious to sack Mr Sargeant with out telling him the main points of the allegations in opposition to him.
The former chairman of the committee on requirements in public life mentioned a senior lawyer ought to perform a overview of the method.
“I would have thought the sensible thing to do would be to ask a suitably qualified independent person, perhaps a senior lawyer, to carry out a review of how it has been handled both by the Welsh Government and the Labour party,” he mentioned.
Sir Alistair mentioned Damian Green “has been allowed to go through a proper process and allowed to give evidence in defence of his view that the allegations are unfounded”.
He added: “It’s always unfortunate if there is a rush to judgement without hearing all sides of the argument.”
Wales Live, Wednesday, 22:30 GMT, BBC One Wales