The Dutch government said they'll decide about this DST business by 2021 at the earliest. The Benelux apparently said they all want to do the same thing, which'll probably mean "normal" time (i.e., "wintertime").
The European Parliament on Tuesday backed a proposal to stop the obligatory one-hour clock change between summer and winter time, leaving it up to member states to decide on their time zone and adjust their clocks for the last time in October 2021, 20 years after daylight-saving time was made compulsory in the EU. The text, approved by 410 against 192, needs final approval by EU ministers.
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