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Dr Walker was appointed deputy chief executive of Colegau- Cymru in 2012, prior to which he was deputy director of Higher Education Wales, part of Universities UK.
Mr Lewis and Rhondda AM Mr Andrews, who resigned from the post last June, said they were disappointed by the response of umbrella body Higher Education Wales (HEW) to the new Higher Education (Wales) Bill.
Higher Education Wales said the sector had recorded its best application rate on record, with the 6% increase the highest of the constituent nations in the UK.
A spokesman for Higher Education Wales, which represents Welsh universities, said: "The Times Higher Education 100 Under 50 2014 is a ranking of the top 100 universities under 50 years old.
Higher Education Wales said: "It should be recognised that there is no further capacity to reduce funding without serious consequences for universities.
He said: "I am keen to continue the excellent work that Higher Education Wales has carried out over a particularly turbulent period.
An independent report commissioned by Higher Education Wales, found that the university sector makes a valuable contribution to the nation's economy.
Professor Colin Riordan, vicechancellor of Cardiff University and chairman of representative body Higher Education Wales (HEW), has described the fact the fee policy ends up funding universities elsewhere in the UK as an "unfortunate by-product".