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Liberal MLA Kash Heed isn't saying whether caucus members will be asking Premier Christy Clark to step down.
But Heed says people will be asking for an explanation about certain things.
"People I hope, will maintain what we've discussed and call people to the carpet and hold these people accountable."
Heed says there have been discussions with some of his colleagues about what needs to be done to keep the Liberal government in power.
He says many are concerned.
As for whether Christy Clark should step down?
Heed didn't answer yes or no.
He does say he'd like to see an accountable leader in place.
This all comes after a leaked memo revealed Liberal staffers wanted to use government funds to get votes of ethnic groups.
Meanwhile, Clark has called a cabinet meeting for Sunday at 4pm in Vancouver.