| The Population in Jamaica was reported at 2.71 millions persons in 2009, according to the International Monetary FundI .In 2015, Jamaica's Population is expected to be 2.74 millions persons. In 2009, Jamaica's economy share of world total GDP, adjusted by Purchasing Power Parity, was 0.03 percent. In 2015, Jamaica's share of world total GDP is forecasted to be 0.03 percent. This page includes a charthistorical data and forecast for Jamaica's Population. | Montego Bay, Lucea, Black River, Mandevile ,Port Maria ,Port Antonio ,Falmouth ,St.Anns Bay ,May Pen ,Spanish Town, Half way Tree ,Kingston ,Port Morant , Savana La Mar .
Constitutional parliamentary democracy which is based on a representational and responsible government system. Jamaica also has a constitutional monarchy with the Queen of England being the Head of State, and the 1962 Constitution somewhat mirrors the British Westminster-Whitehall System of Government. Although, Jamaica is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, it is a unitary state. Free elections are held every 4 years when the citizens of Jamaica elect their own government, which is led by the Prime Minister. Religion is an important part of life for Jamaicans. More than 80 percent are Christian. Most practice Anglicanism, Protestantism, and Roman Catholicism. The Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, and Bahai religions are also practiced, as is Rastafarianism. Nearly one hundred thousand Jamaicans are Rastafarians. Rastafarians are members of a Jamaican messianic (based on the belief in a savior) movement that began in the 1930s. According to Rastafarian belief, the only true God is the late Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie (originally known as Ras Tafari) and Ethiopia is the true holy land. Rastafarians place great emphasis on spirituality and meditation and the individual. The singular being "I" and the plural being "I and I." They also use ganja (marijuana) in their religious rites. Rastafarians are known for wearing their hair in dreadlocks, wearing beards as a sign of a pact with God, and carrying Bibles. Rastafarianism is known outside of Jamaica mainly because its famous believer, the late reggae musician Bob Marley, was an international star.
The $50 bill: The fifty dollar bill bears the image of Samuel Sharpe, one of Jamaica's National Heroes.
The $100 bill: The one hundred dollar bill features Donald Sangster, the second (and shortest serving) Prime Minister of…