The European Union is to propose ending twice-yearly clock changes after a large-scale public survey, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Friday.
At the moment, each EU member state puts clocks forward one hour on the last Sunday of March and back again on the last Sunday in October.
68This debate about summertime
76crucial to maintain a unified EU time regime.77
However, the Commission has not yet drafted details of the proposed change.
91a sovereign decision of each member state92
99to no longer constrain member states into changing clocks twice per year.100
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