Please don't jump to any conclusion that there is no justice re the ex-Romanian diplomat. Any prosecution can only be handled by Romania, not Singapore. This is because under international law re diplomats immunity from any prosection by the host country is guaranteed. But Singapore was a bit hasty to treat the case as a domestic criminal case and then used its own interpretation of the Geneva Convention law re diplomatic immunity and concluded that the ex-diplomat is guilty and should be extradited to Singapore. Even for the most heinous crimes commited by diplomats the ultimate punishment is to regard them as personal non grata and deport them. At the height of the cold war the US and Russia kicked out, no arrest, each other's spies and political criminals. True to form Romania correctly rebutted Singapore's interpretation of the Geneva Convention, resulting in an about face by Singapore. The end result is Singapore now has no case against the ex-diplomat. However, Romania will now correctly do the proper thing and proceed with the case in Romania, using all the evidence to be provided by Singapore. I believe there will in the end be some resolution on this case and the ex-diplomat will get his just due. Like Lee Kwan Yew said earlier "we must act like a small country and be humble", especially when dealing with giants like the US, India, China, the EU. But Romania is a country where the poorest people in the EU live. It gets kicked around easily by everyone.