Daylight saving time ends on Sunday

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In the midst of the still unresolved corona crisis, daylight saving time ends on Sunday. On October 25, the clocks in Europe are turned back to 2.00 a.m. at 3.00 a.m. and thus to normal time. Otherwise always good for discussions, humanity is currently dealing with a more important topic, the pandemic. Therefore it is still completely unclear how the time change in the EU will continue and when the planned abolition can be implemented.

After all, the ball is still in the court of the EU Council of Ministers, which last discussed the abolition of the twice-yearly time changeover in June 2019. The process was kicked off by an online survey. In this survey, 84 percent of respondents were in favor of abolishing the time changeover. In March 2019, the European Parliament also voted by a large majority to abolish summer time by 2021 – or one year later if there are difficulties for the internal market. However, a majority of the member states must still agree to this in order for this to become a reality. In view of the many current challenges, however, MEPs no longer expect the Council to deal with this before spring 2021.

Hector Pascua, Source: kleinezeitung.at. Picture: stockilyapp.com

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