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Brazilian president stops time change in Acre

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Published 2-Feb-2012

Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff has vetoed a parliamentary bill to turn the clocks 1 hour back in the state of Acre after Brazil's parliament had already voted "yes" for the bill to go ahead.

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No time changes for the Brazilian state of Acre.

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All cities in Acre, including state capital Rio Branco, still remain as 4 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), as there will be no change.

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