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Independent since 1844, the Dominican Republic is a presidential unitary Republic. According to the Constitution of 28 November 1966, head of state is the president of the Republic who, elected for 4 years by direct universal suffrage, is also head of government and exercises executive power with the help of the ministers appointed by him. The legislative function belongs to the Congress of the Republic, formed by the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate and whose members are elected for 4 years. The judicial system in use is based on French law; in 2004, the Code of Criminal Procedure was amended. The Dominican Republic accepts the emanations of the International Court. In the country, the administration of justice is entrusted, at its highest level, to the Supreme Court; Also present are Courts of Appeal, courts of first instance and justices of the peace, which exercise jurisdiction at the municipal level. The defense of the state is entrusted to the three fundamental forces: army, navy and air force. Military service is carried out on a voluntary basis, starting from 18 years of age. Education has been compulsory since 1917; it concerns all children aged 7 to 14 and the free admission is extended to all schools except universities. Primary education lasts 6 years; the secondary one, also lasting 6 years, is divided into two cycles, one of 2 years and one of 4. In the Dominican Republic there are several universities; that of Santo Domingo is the oldest in America (1538). There is also a pontifical university in Santiago de Los Caballeros. The illiteracy rate is still very high (10.9% in 2007). that of Santo Domingo is the oldest in America (1538). There is also a pontifical university in Santiago de Los Caballeros. The illiteracy rate is still very high (10.9% in 2007). that of Santo Domingo is the oldest in America (1538). There is also a pontifical university in Santiago de Los Caballeros. The illiteracy rate is still very high (10.9% in 2007). According to COUNTRYAAH, Dominican Republic is a nation in North America, the capital city of which is Santo Domingo. The latest population of Dominican Republic is 10,847,921. TRANSPORTHINT: Lists and descriptions of main religions and beliefs in Dominican Republic, including religion demographics and statistics on Christianity, Islam, Judaism, etc.
CLIMATE
Located between ca. 17º30´ and 20º N latitude, the country is characterized by a tropical climate, warm and not excessively humid, on which, in addition to the geographic position, the NE trade winds and the altitude have a prevalent influence. Temperatures are quite high in the coastal plains and inland valleys, with annual averages of 25-26 ºC (22 ºC in January, 29 ºC in July); the temperatures are naturally lower on the reliefs (in Constanza, located in the Cordillera Central at 1110 m asl, there are averages of 16 ºC in January, of 18-19 ºC in July) and on the highest peaks, winter lows of 0ºC. The rains depend on the Atlantic winds, which vary considerably from area to area in relation above all to the morphology, but which do not reach excessive values ​​anywhere. Finally, violent cyclones frequently hit the Dominican territory.

GMAT Test Centers in Dominican Republic

GMAT Testing Location We have found 1 GMAT test centre in Dominican Republic, located in Santo Domingo. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page. ITLA-Instituto Tecnologico de Las Americas Autopista Las Americas Km. 27 Edificio numero 4 Parque Cibernético 9999 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Phone: 809-738-4852 Test Center Information… Read More »