[tz] Morocco confirms Ramadan DST dates
milamberspace at gmail.com
Sun May 22 15:18:17 UTC 2016
Yes you are probably right, the arabic version seems have the good hour
(2:00 am) to the change.
On 22/05/2016 04:54, Matt Johnson wrote:
> Thanks, but this appears to be a translation error. The Arabic version on the same site says 2:00 instead of 3:00. See http://mmsp.gov.ma/ar/actualites.aspx?id=1057
> Given the history from previous years, I'm inclined to believe the Arabic version.
> From: Milamber <milamberspace at gmail.com>
> Sent: Saturday, May 21, 2016 3:24 PM
> To: Matt Johnson
> Subject: Re: [tz] Morocco confirms Ramadan DST dates
> The official link from the Ministry of Public service and Administration
> Modernization (in French):
> Google Translation:
> "Back to the standard time of the Kingdom (GMT).
> The Ministry of Public Service and Modernization of Administration
> announces the return to standard time of the Kingdom (GMT). So time will
> be delayed for 60 minutes from 3:00 am Sunday, June 5, 2016. She will be
> advanced by 60 minutes (GMT + 1) from 3:00 am Sunday, July 10, 2016."
> One question:
> "She will be advanced by 60 minutes (GMT + 1) from 3:00 am Sunday, July
> 10, 2016."
> meaning this on zdump (current tzdata)?
> Africa/Casablanca Sun Jul 10 01:59:59 2016 UT = Sun Jul 10 01:59:59
> 2016 WET isdst=0 gmtoff=0
> Africa/Casablanca Sun Jul 10 02:00:00 2016 UT = Sun Jul 10 03:00:00
> 2016 WEST isdst=1 gmtoff=3600
> At 02am go to 03am or at 03am go to 04am?
> On 19/05/2016 06:30, Matt Johnson wrote:
>> Our guesses appear to be validated.
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