When was the last time it changed in 2022?
Mexico City /
Changing the time in Mexico was a procedure of moving the clock forward on the first Sunday in April and turning it back on the last Sunday in October. Every year to increase the number of production hours and save electricity.
however, The Senate ended the regular amendment by canceling its summer versionThe country will remain in winter time permanently as of Sunday, October 30, unlike countries such as the United States that seek to stay in daylight saving time.
“With 59 votes in favour, 25 against and 12 against, the opinion establishing the United Mexican Time Zones Act in general and non-reserved articles was approved,” the Mexican Senate announced.
Lawmakers approved the initiative presented by AMLO last July, which the House debated in September. Although the measure contemplates a single modified schedule in four regions, the project includes excluding 33 municipalities on the border strip with the United States in order not to affect trade with the United States.
So when will the time change for the last time in the country?
Next Sunday, October 30, will be the last time Mexicans have to turn their clocks back.. However, the new reform has caused controversy among senators, who consider that there is not enough scientific evidence to remove DST.
The states that do not change the time in Mexico, at least in the municipalities bordering the United States, are: Baja California, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Tamaulipas. While Sonora and Quintana Roo will keep their own time rules.
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