There is the saying "When In Rome, Do as the Romans".
Apparently, our judge doesn't believe in this. We found out today she is a previous judge in Russia. The way she sees this whole thing is that in Russia, families are used to waiting for court, so why should it be any different now that she is in Kyrgyzstan. Hence, she would not commit to a date when she will hear the cases that have been sitting there for months. This woman is on a serious power trip. She comes in when she wants, or doesn't, does what she wants, and expects that everyone just needs to accept it.
She doesn't seem to care that in Kyrgyzstan, the process has been different than what she knew from her days in Russia. Children are placed into loving homes as quickly as possible and this can only be good for the kids. And the insanely infuriating part is that she has to do so very little to be kind. The rubber stamp we are waiting for is merely a formality. All she would have to do is show up to work one day and knock a few out in so little time. Yet she won't. She actually consciously won't. I can't fathom anyone who could have so little humanity.
You know what I say? WHEN IN ROME, DON'T BE A BITCH!