Nine Labour councillors will have their suspension kept under review, after a meeting of party chiefs.
It is now 11 months since the Aberdeen Labour group were suspended after going into coalition with the Conservatives and Independent group.
The Scottish Executive Committee (SEC) of the party met yesterday to discuss the issue where they heard about the group’s plans to further progress “Labour values” in the administration.
SNP group leader Stephen Flynn last week called for party chiefs to expel the group and encourage them to stand down.
A Scottish Labour party spokesman said: “The Aberdeen group has committed to make further progress to deliver policies that will benefit the people of Aberdeen.
“The Scottish Executive will keep their suspension under review during this process.”