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Half pay, clarity in the Olympic overspend and accountability for planning lapses at the new Toyosu food market were among policy priorities Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike set out Wednesday for her term in office.

She urged Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly lawmakers to help identify officials who cut corners in handling pollution at Toyosu, saying they must be held accountable to restore public trust.

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