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National Archives of the Bahamas. Coordinates: 25.0718°N 77.3226°W. The National Archives of the Bahamas are located in Nassau. The archives (also known as The Department of Archives, Commonwealth of The Bahamas) were established in 1971.  The director is Patrice M. Williams. 
Bethel was born Keva Marie Eldon on 18 August 1935 in Nassau, Bahamas to Rowena (née Hill) and Sidney Eldon.   She attended Queen's College in Nassau, graduating in 1950.  In 1954, she enrolled at Kirby Lodge School in Little Shelford, in preparation for the Cambridge examinations. After two years of study, she entered Girton College ...
Electoral system. The electoral law of the Bahamas was passed on 31 December 1979 and was last amended in 1992.  Elections are run by the Parliamentary Registration Department, headed by a Parliamentary Commissioner. Appointed by the Governor-General, the Commissioner is responsible for voter registration.
Local government in The Bahamas. Local government in The Bahamas exists in two forms, namely second-schedule and third-schedule district councils. There are a total of 32 local government districts: 13 second-schedule districts, which are further sub-divided into town areas, and 19 third-schedule districts, which are all unitary authorities.
Cabinet of the Bahamas. The Cabinet constitutes the executive branch and has general direction and control of the Government of The Bahamas. It is necessary for the Cabinet to comprise at least nine Ministers inclusive of the Prime Minister and Attorney General. All Ministers are Members of Parliament of either the House of Assembly or the Senate.
Law of The Bahamas. The basis of the Bahamian Law and legal system lies within the English Common Law tradition. Justices of the Supreme Court, Registrars and Magistrates are all appointed by The Governor-General acting on the advice of the Judicial and Legal Service Commission, which is composed of five individuals who are headed by the Chief ...
The Caribbean Examinations Council ( CXC) is an examination board in the Caribbean.  It was established in 1972  under agreement by the participating governments in the Caribbean Community to conduct such examinations as it may think appropriate and award certificates and diplomas on the results of any such examinations so conducted.
Order of the Bahamas. Ribbon bar. The Order of the Nation is an honour that can be given by the government of the Bahamas. It was founded in 2016.  Members of the order are styled "The Most Honourable", and members wear the insignia of the order as a decoration while appending the post-nominal letters ON to their name.