Leaders of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan and the Democratic Party for the People have failed to reach an accord in their negotiations on the proposed merger of the major opposition parties.
“We agreed to discuss the process and results of our merger negotiations (with) our respective parties,” CDP leader Yukio Edano told reporters after his meeting Friday with DPP chief Yuichiro Tamaki.
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