The fight follows the former leader’s suspension Jeremy corbyn and there is doubt among some as to the direction in which Sir Keir wants to lead the Labor Party.
The special conference call was supported by the Socialist Campaign Deputies Group, which included Sir Keir’s former shadow cabinet colleagues John McDonnell and Richard Burgon, as well as the Unite union, the Bakers Union, and Momentum.
They want an online conference to be held alongside the Labor Party women’s conference in June.
The decision is ultimately with the ruling national executive committee of the Labor Party.
Leeds East MP Mr. Burgon told HuffPost UK that the divisions led by Sir Keir were widening, while the left of the party was subject to a “wave of unjust suspensions” of party members.
“Our party must offer the Conservatives an open alternative. But instead of uniting to fight the Conservatives, the leadership is fighting the Left with an unjust wave of suspensions and a crackdown on party democracy.
“It is clear that we cannot continue as we are. The members are the beating heart of our group – the volunteers who give up their free time to keep the party going in our community. But the members leave in groups and many more are demoralized at the party’s guidance.”
“We need a recall conference to put an end to the suspension wave of party democracy and to unite the whole party behind policies that we must force the government to deal with this crisis-related disaster.”
Mr. Corbyn was suspended by the Labor Party after comments made following the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s report on anti-Semitism within the party.
The former leader was later reinstated into the party, but the party whip was not returned in parliament.
Sir Keir faces an important selection test in a series of elections in England in May.
Conservatives hope that the so-called “vaccine splash” will give their parties momentum at the polls.
An IpsosMori poll for the London Evening Standard found the Conservatives outperformed the Labor Party by four points. However, Sir Keir scored better on his leadership qualities than his predecessors Mr. Corbyn and Ed Miliband.
In response to the poll, Sir Keir admitted his party was a “mountain to climb” after its crushing defeat in the 2019 general elections.
But he insisted that the Labor Party’s “priorities are in the right place.”
Sir Keir said during his visit to Basildon city center: “We are now getting to a position where we are almost equal in the polls, so this is a step in the right direction.
“But we have a long way to go between now and 2024, and we will work on it with real determination, every day, every week, every month, every year, to that election in 2024.”
Over concerns about his leadership, he insisted he was behind “the overwhelming majority” of his party.
Last week, Sir Keir had to apologize to Boris Johnson after he falsely denied his support for Britain to remain a member of the European Medicines Agency after Brexit.
Ser Keir said “you heard it wrong.”
Over the weekend, chief shadow prosecutor Lord Falconer also had to apologize for describing the epidemic as a “continuing gift” for lawyers.