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Duffy & Partners was inspired by the fact that this country was an archipelago made up of over 700 islands with as many opportunities for unique vacation experiences. The identity system of  the ISLANDS of the Bahamas highlights each of the 14 major tourist destinations and their unique offerings. It provides the means for each destination in the Bahamas to fly its own “flag” yet still be a part of a larger whole representing the diversity of vacation experiences available to tourists across the Bahamas.
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Uploaded on July 3, 2013
Last updated on July 3, 2013

Company:
Politics of the Bahamas
Country:
Bahamas
Categroy:
Attractions
Designer:
Year:
2003
Font:
Gotham
Downloads:
224

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Politics of the Bahamas

The politics of the Bahamas takes place within a framework of parliamentary democracy, with a Prime Minister as the head of government. The Bahamas is an independent country and - as a former British colony - a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Political and legal traditions closely follow those of the United Kingdom. Executive power is exercised by the cabinet. Legislative power is vested in the two chambers of parliament. The Judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature and jurisprudence is based on English common law. The multi-party system is dominated by the Progressive Liberal Party and the Free National Movement. The constitution protects freedom of speech, press, worship, movement, and association.