TOKYO -- Cracks are emerging within the opposition Democratic Party as liberal-leaning lawmakers bristle at Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike's announcement that her party, the supposed merger partner, won't have room for those not politically aligned with her conservative views.
Some would-be candidates "will be rejected," she told a news conference Friday, casting a pall over the experiment for a grand opposition realignment.
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