Decree on Brazilian Summer time
Paulo Alexandre Pinto Pires
p at ppires.org
Fri Sep 26 19:46:36 UTC 2003
On Fri, Sep 26, 2003 at 02:45:20PM -0400, Gwillim Law wrote:
> I just checked the URLs given, and they both say 00:00 on February 15.
> Probably someone has reported the error.
I reported it yesterday (2003/09/25), as soon as I saw it reference
the 14th of February. The page was indeed changed today, and the
Official Union Daily (Diário Oficial da União, the official periodic
that publishes material from the Government) says the following in
a footnote of the republish of the decree (see <http://www.in.gov.br/
"Republicado por ter saído com incorreção do original no DOU.
de 25.9.2003, Seção 1, página 2."
"Republished for having been printed with incorrections, from
DOU. of 25.9.2003, Section 1, page 2."
Unfortinately, I was unable to find the original incorrect publication.
I am quite certain that it wasn't corrected because of my warnings,
though, as I haven't got reply to any of the messages I sent. :)
So, now we have clear, documented and unambiguous information about
this year's Brazilian summer time. At last!
> ----- Original Message -----
> > > <https://www.planalto.gov.br/ccivil_03/decreto/2003/D4844.htm>.
> > <http://www.presidencia.gov.br/CCIVIL/decreto/2003/D4844.htm>.
> > > However, it contains a great infelicity: it clearly states that
> > > summer time is to end at 2004/02/14 00:00.
> The pages now say:
> " Art. 1o A partir de zero hora do dia 19 de outubro de 2003, até zero hora
> do dia 15 de fevereiro de 2004, vigorará a hora de verão, em parte do
> território nacional, adiantada em sessenta minutos em relação à hora legal."
> (Article 1. Beginning at 0:00 on October 19, 2003, until 0:00 on February
> 15, 2004, summer time will be in force, in part of the national territory,
> advanced sixty minutes with respect to legal [standard] time.)
> Gwillim Law
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