This year the change to summer time occurred in the early hours of Sunday, April 3, 2022, the day Mexicans set clocks forward one hour. This obligation has been criticized by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to the point of proposing to eliminate it, although it has caused controversy among some sectors.
At the beginning of July, the Mexican president sent the Time Zones Law initiative to Congress to eliminate summer time (DST), since he argued that 71% of citizens reject it and only save 0.16 percent in the consumption of electricity throughout the . . .