Alexander Pochuyev, a lawyer representing the nine activists, filed the suit against Madonna, the organizer of her concert, and the hall where it was held, asking for damages totaling 333 million rubles'She (Madonna) had been warned with words that she should behave in line with the law and she ignored it.So we will speak in the language of money,' said Darya Dedova, one of the 10 activists who filed the lawsuit in a St Petersburg court.'Of course, it is difficult to measure moral damages and suffering but maybe people who earn money regardless of moral rules will better understand this,' Dedova said.
Un libro (del latín liber, libri) es una obra impresa, manuscrita o pintada en una serie de hojas de papel, pergamino, vitela u otro material, unidas por un lado (es decir, encuadernadas) y protegidas con tapas, también llamadas cubiertas. Según la definición de la Unesco, un libro debe poseer 25 hojas mínimo,pues de 24 hojas sería un folleto y de una hasta cuatro páginas se consideran hojas sueltas (en una o dos hojas).
También se llama "libro" a una obra de gran extensión publicada en varias unidades independientes, llamados "tomos" o "volúmenes".
A Russian court intends to put the singer Madonna on trial within the next fortnight for supposedly promoting gay rights at a controversial concert last summer.
The case looks set to pit a government that is trying to stamp out western decadence against a pop star renowned for her provacative and controversial performances over a three-decade career.
(That position belongs to the 19th-century bulk of St Isaac's Cathedral.) And yet it is perhaps the structure that is most emblematic of Russia's turbulent past 100 years, a landmark that witnessed – and even played a role in – almost every act of a bloody play.
It was commissioned in 1910 in the hope that it would be ready for the tercentenary of the Romanov dynasty – but by the time the royal festivities took place in May 1913, the hotel had already found favour with St Petersburg society.
The lawsuit, brought by a group of activists, orders the singer to explain her comments during the show when she urged the crowd: 'Show your love and appreciation to the gay community.
We want to fight for the right to be free.'The complaint includes a video taken at the concert showing Madonna stomping on an Orthodox cross and asking fans to raise their hands to show the pink armbands in support of gays and lesbians that were distributed among the audience.
The singer said recently that the reason she decided to collaborate with her 13-year-old daughter Lourdes on their Material Girl collection because she wanted to be certain what was 'cool' in fashion, and what wasn't.
She told USA Today: 'Since I have a few careers going, I decided that I wasn’t going to get into designing this line by myself.'No question, Lola seemed the perfect choice. She shows me things and I go "that’s cool" or "that’s not cool."'We both go to business meetings.
But despite her misguided attempt at youthful dressing, Madonna had no trouble when it came to keeping up with her younger friends.