The presidential Council for human rights is outraged with the lack of privacy of lavatories in Russia’s colonies and ask head of the Federal Service for Execution of Punishment Gennady Korniyenko to improve the situation. Andrei Babushkin, member of presidential Council for human rights and YABLOKO Bureau member, forwarded a relevant appeal to Kornilyenko. The human rights defender claim that absence of toilet cabins humiliates prisoners, favour the development of insanitary conditions and provokes conflicts. However, experts claim that one will hardly manage to seek privacy for prison lavatories since about 50 thousand bathroom units demand redecoration. It’ll be difficult to find financing due to the current economic situation.