In the night between Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 March the hands will be moved forward by one hour.
This is how summer time returns, which we had greeted last October, when standard time had come into force, and which officially marks the beginning of the spring season.
The hands will be moved forward, from 2 to 3: this means that we will sleep an hour less, but longer days will begin.
After having been abolished and reconfirmed several times, it was definitively adopted by our country with a 1965 law, in a period in which the energy requirement was a pressing problem.
Will this be the last time? The European Commission has decided that it is up to individual countries to decide which time zone to adopt by 2021.
From 2021 there will be no more hand movements within your country, as the decided time zone will be adopted all year round.
The last time change for those who decide to keep summer time permanently will therefore take place on the last Sunday of March 2021, while for European countries that prefer to keep the standard time, the clocks will change for the last time on the last Sunday of October of the same year.