Two junior candidates vying for the presidency of the Democratic Party of Japan agreed Thursday that only one of them should run in the opposition party’s upcoming election, sources said.

Seiji Maehara, 40, and Yoshihiko Noda, 45, will meet again later to discuss who should run. The election will be held Sept. 23.

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