Councillor in Facebook row.
The only Green Party representative on Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, he was accused of making inappropriate comments on Facebook after a row about snow-clearing.
Coun Kondakor appeared in front of three fellow councillors for a Standards Board hearing, which took place this week behind closed doors at the Town Hall.
Sub-committee chairman Barry Longden, Labour colleague June Tandy and Tory member Gerald Smith voted to conduct proceedings in closed session - despite an objection from Coun Kondakor.
He said: "This process is a violation of my human rights. It is a kangaroo court and should not be held in secret."
Four members of public - Coun Kondakor's wife Michelle, Weddington constituent Peter Rogers, market trader Jan Gadsby and former councillor Tom Wilson - were allowed to address the panel before it went into closed session.
The complaint - believed to be from a council officer - arose 12 months ago after Coun Kondakor had criticised a snow-clearing operation, which affected Nuneaton's street market. Coun Longden said that details of the hearing and the complainant's identity, would remain confidential but the panel's decision would be announced at a later date.