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Khabarovsk Territory wants to move to the seventh hour zone

The Legislative Duma of the Khabarovsk Territory has supported the joint appeal of the governor and the regional parliament to the government of the Russian Federation to transfer the region from the eighth to the seventh time zone, the newspaper "Zolotoy Rog" reports.

The results of a survey of almost 26 thousand inhabitants of the region showed that 72% of the respondents supported the idea of ​​moving the arrows one hour back, 68% said they were uncomfortable with the constant "summer" time.

Speaker of the Legislative Duma of the Khabarovsk Territory Viktor Chudov recalled the new draft government decree of the Russian Federation already with 10 time zone zones instead of the current 9 and suggested fixing in circulation that the region wants to go into the 7 time zone, that is, + 6 hours by Moscow time. This proposal was supported by 19 deputies with one abstention.

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