Well Ramon, I'd say its not fair to let a matter drag till it is dismissed in default for non-prosecution. If you believe in your case so strongly, better engage a new lawyer. If you are sick of the judicial process (which is completely understandable, given our, and for that matter, most judicial systems), call it quits and wrap up by withdrawing (I was about to suggest conciliation but given the facts as you tell them as well as your repeated allusion to embarassment of withdrawing, I don't feel you are going to go for conciliation or that is going to serve any purpose).
You don't want to pursue the matter, yet, you don't want to end the matter gracefully either. It sounds to me as if you either want to let the matter drag needlessly as long as it may on its own momentum without any effort on your part or you are under an erroneous belief that by letting the matter continue on its own, you might get some little relief by default. I don't support the former (and in any event, with non-appearance and any half decent defence Counsel, the Suit should not last more than 2 hearings) and the latter is just never going to happen.
Its up to your understanding of facts and your conscience to either pursue or withdraw or let the Suit be dismissed in default.