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'Impossible' to progress projects without Treasury backing

'Neu-phossible' dy chur er oai shaleeyn gyn cordail yn Tashtey

Loayreyder cur eam son aa-chummey y chlaare argidoil

Ta oardagh y chlaare argidoil ec y traa t'ayn jannoo neu-phossible eh son y reiltys dy chur er oai breeaghyn gyn coardail yn Tashtey.

Shen veih Loayreyder yn Chiare as Feed, ta shirrey er Tinvaal dy phohlldal ny eamyn echey dy aa-chummey oardagh y chlaare argidoil.

Va'n treealtys cur eam son plannyn dy ve clouit rolaue as dy lhiggey da olteynyn caghlaa baarail ayns shiartanse dy ardyn goll er resooney magh ayns ard whaiyl yn Ellan Jeheiney (23 Jerrey Souree).

Ta Juan Watterson gra dy vel shirveishee er strepey dy chosney coardail yn Tashtey da shiartanse dy haleeyn.

AS JUAN WATTERSON : Lught-reill er lught-reill, ta Olteynyn yn Chiare as Feed as Shirveishee er lhiggey lesh yn far-chloie neu-fondagh shoh, smooinaghtyn dy vel cur stiagh keeaylagh oc 'syn oardagh, as shaghey shen t'ad feddyn magh dy vel yn Shirveishagh Tashtee cur-rish ad myr paitchyn, er nyn ngoaill as ny laueyn eck 'sy chostrayl dy vrishtagyn. Ta shin er vakin yn un chur-rish er ny yannoo lesh shirveishee neesht. Ny ta'n Tashtey geearree, t'eh cur argid er-e-hon. Ny nagh vel yn Tashtey geearree, t'eh bunnys neu-phossible dy chur er oai.

 

Speaker calls for budget reform

The current budget process makes it impossible for government to progress initiatives without Treasury backing.

That's from the Speaker of the House of Keys, who is asking Tynwald to support his calls to reform the budget process.

The motion calling for plans to be published in advance and allow members to amend expenditure in some areas was being debated by the Island's parliament on Friday (23 July).

Juan Watterson says ministers have struggled to get Treasury support for some projects:

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