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Salvadoran music is a mixture of indigenous Pipil and Spanish influences. Music includes religious songs (mostly used to celebrate Christmas and other holidays, especially feast days of the saints). Satirical and rural lyrical themes are common. Cuban, Colombian, and Mexican music has infiltrated the country, especially salsa and cumbia. Popular music in El Salvador uses marimba, tehpe'ch, flutes, drums, scrapers and gourds, as well as more recently imported guitars and other instruments. El Salvador's well known folk dance is known as Xuc which originated in Cojutepeque, Cuscatlan. Other musical repertoire consists of danza, pasillo, marcha and canciones.

Equatorial Guinea has a tropical climate with distinct wet and dry seasons. From June to August, Ro Muni is dry and Bioko wet; from December to February, the reverse occurs. In between there is gradual transition. Rain or mist occurs daily on Annobn, where a cloudless day has never been registered. The temperature at Malabo, Bioko, ranges from 16 C (61 F) to 33 C (91 F), though on the southern Moka Plateau normal high temperatures are only 21 C (70 F). In Ro Muni, the average temperature is about 27 C (81 F). Annual rainfall varies from 1,930 mm (76 in) at Malabo to 10,920 mm (430 in) at Ureka, Bioko, but Ro Muni is somewhat drier.

In June 1984, the First Hispanic-African Cultural Congress was convened to explore the cultural identity of Equatorial Guinea. The congress constituted the center of integration and the marriage of the Hispanic culture with African cultures.

From 19471989 the number of births was higher than the number of deaths, but from 1990 onwards the number of deaths outnumbered the number of births. The crude birth rate of 2011 was 10.96 (14,679 births) and the crude death rate of 2011 was 11.38 (15,244 deaths), making the rate of natural increase 0.42 (565). For more detailed historic data, see the table of birth and death rates below.

The State Council (Riigikogu) has 101 members, elected for a four-year term by proportional representation. Only Estonian citizens may participate in parliamentary elections. Internet voting was first used in the 2005 local elections and it has since then been used in electing Riigikogu and the European Parliament as well.