Brishey lowal traa da OKF-yn son obbyr ayns rheynnyn-reihys
Foddee brishey-souree Tinvaal cooney lesh olteynyn scapail veih'n 'çhamyr-mactullagh' oc hene, as jannoo tooilley obbyr rheynn-reihys.
Shen reir eaghtyrane y Whaiyl, Steve Rodan.
T'eh gra nagh vod olteynyn gobbraghey dy fondagh myr çhaghteryn theayagh, mannagh vel ad eddyr-aghtey lesh sleih ynnydagh.
Gowee yn brishey toshiaght lurg soie s'jerree Tinvaal ec kione Yerrey Souree, as hig eh gy kione ayns Jerrey Fouyir, tra hig y Whaiyl ry cheiley reesht.
Dooyrt Mnr Rodan da Radio Vannin dy vod y brishey cur cooney da olteynyn, as ad gaarlaghey da'n vlein shoh çheet.
Recess allows MHKs time for constituency work
Tynwald's summer recess can help its members escape their own 'echo chamber' and do more constituency work.
That's according to the Court's president Steve Rodan.
He says members can't act effectively as public representatives if they don't interact with the local community.
The recess starts after the last sitting of Tynwald at the end of July, and finishes in October when the Court reconvenes.
Mr Rodan told Manx Radio the break can help prepare members for the year ahead.