Sunrises and sunsets will come later
VLADIVOSTOK. February 9. VOSTOK-MEDIA - In the autumn of 2011, there will be no change from daylight savings, and the country will be two hours ahead of time zone. Dawn will come later, but it will not get dark as early as today. The presidential administration said that the initiative of Dmitry Medvedev is "partially compensate" by the loss of daylight regions, which have moved time zones.
Experts of Gazeta.Ru approve such an initiative, but the compensation is considered unequal.
On Tuesday at a meeting with young scientists and laureates of Russian President for Science and Innovation for 2010, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced the decision to cancel the fall of 2011 for daylight time. "I decided to cancel the transition to daylight saving time starting in the fall of this year and give appropriate instructions to the government", - quotes the head of state ITAR-TASS. According to Medvedev, "the need to adapt (to transfer hands of a clock) and is associated with stress and disease."The President felt sorry for cows and other animals, "who do not understand the translation of hours and do not understand why the milkers come to them at another time," and said that people asked him to abolish daylight savings time change.