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The Christian Democrats want to five years to achieve the abolition of changing time

The Christian Democrats want to five years to achieve the abolition of changing time The Christian Democrats want to abolish changing time in five years in all states. The European Parliament will support the initiative of Senator Peter Šilar for introducing only one time called "For Only One Time." Canceling changing times considered to be one of its main priorities and one of the candidates Tomáš Zděchovská and if elected intends to transfer this topic on the soil of the European Parliament.

"Changing the time nowadays absurdity to another. It is therefore time to cancel it. Arguments that previously reported for its introduction, proved to be mistaken. Economic savings, which is mentioned as the main reason, is practically equal to zero and negative impacts of changing times in turn are clear, "says Tomáš Zděchovská.

Substitution time demonstrably harmful and does not add anything

"In the time changes, for example, is higher accident rate on the roads and some people are changing times for the frequent health problems such as insomnia, headaches and fatigue. Problems occur even in young children, who may suffer from psychosomatic problems, "the People's Party candidate for the European Parliament Zděchovská some of the negative impacts associated with the change of time.

"Two times a pan-European problem, and EU institutions, therefore, naturally offers the best place where you can begin to promote change. Implementation time is not a matter of one country, but a matter of appointment of representatives of all the states within a given time zone, "said Tomas Zděchovská reasons why it is important to stand up for the redress at European level.

At the end Zděchovská added that he sees the introduction of a time and a great opportunity for the EU, as may prove its usefulness and ease the life of many people.


Source: tz



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