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Lifting of decree will help tourism

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Lifting the emergency decree, which is being considered by the Centre for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO), will give the tourism sector some much-needed respite, according to an expert. 

The CMPO has announced it will recommend to the cabinet at its weekly meeting on Tuesday not to extend the decree, which expires on March 22 after being enforced for 60 days.

If the decree is discontinued, it will be replaced with the more lenient Internal Security Act (ISA).

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