NewsMorocco: summer time is still controversial (GMT +1)

Morocco: summer time is still controversial (GMT +1)


The 2021-2022 school year is upon us and the winter season is not far away! For these reasons, among others, many human rights actors, as well as several Internet users, are calling for the pure and simple abolition of daylight saving time.

In this wake, the president of the Moroccan Youth Forum for the Third Millennium (FJTM), via his official Facebook page, assured that the abolition of the GMT + 1 time is an imperative necessity. Abdelwahed Ziat also questioned the results of the study which declared this overtime called “legal”, but deemed “illegal” by the Moroccans.

And to give as proof, the harmful effects, as well psychic as social, that this hour has engendered in many fringes of the population, also stressing that “the first of the measures which the future government should take would be to abolish the hour of d ‘summer “.

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