- Ban time in the whole time.
- It is enough with three times, then, now and later.
- Everything else is superfluous and just mean to people and took going to be late.
How to write Andreas A in one of the more creative comments that have come on Facebook to the result of the net-vote, the EU Commission put in the work, in the beginning of the month of July on daylight saving time:
the Commission has launched a public consultation and wishes to gather the views of EU citizens, stakeholders and member states about any amendments to the present summer time regime: https://t.co/zm9lzcSkYs #eudk #dkpol #EUHaveYourSay #summertime #dkbiz pic.twitter.com/9CbPvF18PN— the EU in Denmark (@euidanmark) July 5, 2018
More than 4.6 million EU-citizens have participated, and most of them are according to the German newspaper Westfalenpost followers of that there is only one time. It corresponds roughly to the position of the referendums on daylight saving time, there have been at Dawn.dk - in the latest from the march 2018 participated 116,405 readers, and the 73,381 equivalent to 63 percent voted for the abolition of summer time.
The current EU regulation on daylight savings time expires in 2021, and the politicians in the EU parliament must now decide whether they will follow the people's desire:
- the Scrap drive instead.
- Daylight saving time throughout the year is much better☀, writes, writes Frederick's in the comment, but what do you mean?
In Denmark was daylight saving time introduced in 1916. In 1980 followed all the EU countries follow suit. To have daylight saving time has thus become a common decision in the EU. in total, 70 countries have daylight saving time. the
Daylight saving time is to ensure maximum utilization of the light in our waking hours.
When the days become brighter, we advance the clock forward an hour, for it will later become dark in the evening. the
On the way, we leverage the daylight better and saves on the electricity!