By Euro Weekly News Media • 25 March 2019 • 19:30
A MOVEMENT to officially terminate seasonal time changes will be voted tomorrow by the European Parliament.
If approved, the proposal would be carried out from March 2021 that would mark the last compulsory clock change for EU members that prefer to maintain the summer hours.
Those who prefer to remain under winter timetables would need to reset their clocks in October 2021.
According to the Parliament’s statement, 93 per cent of Spain’s citizens consulted by the European Commission are in favour of keeping summer hours permanently.
After the released statistics, the European Committee have requested that the member states come to a unified agreement so that the single market isn’t affected.
The clocks will be put forward in Spain at 2am on Sunday morning (March 31).
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