Scottish Labour has been criticised for its slow response to an allegation a Dundee councillor shared anti-Semitic material online.
Coldside councillor George McIrvine shared a post on Facebook making reference to the Rothschild banking dynasty, a common target for anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
Mr McIrvine has since removed the material and apologised.
Howard Barclay, who complained to the party about the post in April, said he was disappointed the investigation had still not concluded.
He said: “(Scottish Labour leader) Richard Leonard has said there is no place for anti-Semitism in Scotland and yet when it comes to investigating a clear case that arose it is swept under the carpet.”
A spokesman for the Scottish Labour leader said: “Richard Leonard has been clear throughout his time as leader of the party that he has zero tolerance of, and that there is no room for, anti-Semitism or any other form of racism in the Scottish Labour Party.
“While this individual case remains under a live investigation it would not be appropriate to comment further.”
Mr McIrvine has been given the backing of Dundee Trades Union Council but has been absent from council meetings for several weeks.