Cries for survival, justice -- overseas human rights survey (Part II)
By: Xinhua
- Over 4 years after the London Grenfell Tower fire, Nabil Choucair is still fighting for justice for his lost loved ones. The building was of bad quality, but residents' complaints were not listened to, partly for their ethnic minority origins, he believed.
- According to a recent survey conducted by Xinhua News Agency, nearly 70 percent of the respondents agree that a sense of gain, security and happiness of the ordinary people is an important indicator of a country's human rights situation.
- When asked to rate the happiness of his life from 0 to 10, Choucair, born and raised in London, said "if I had to put a number, it would be in the minus."