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Clocks turned back one hour from summer time

Ljubljana, 25 October - Clocks in Slovenia were turned back one hour at 3am on Sunday as the country switched back from daylight saving time. Two years after the European Commission proposed the abolishment of clock-turning, member states are yet to reach agreement.

Croatia, Zagreb
Slovenia OK with scrapping daylight saving time in the EU, but it is not yet clear whether the country would stick to permanent winter time or switch to permanent summer time.
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