TOKYO -- The deputy president of Japan's largest opposition, the Democratic Party, has begun preparing to form a new party for left-leaning party members, as confusion surrounding Japan's biggest opposition merger with Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike's party lingers on.
Yukio Edano began preparations on Monday, splitting the main opposition into two groups to face the ruling Liberal Democratic Party in this month's snap election.
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