The meeting of the three presidents, Michel Aoun, Nabih Berri, and Hassan Diab, on board the plane, going to Kuwait and back to Beirut again, did not produce a magic solution to the government stalling after Ambassador Mustafa Adeeb apologized for not forming the government. Nevertheless, the information indicates an almost agreement to hold a round of consultations for a short period, in an attempt to revitalize the French initiative. But in the event that these efforts do not lead to a solution, and former Prime Minister Saad Hariri continues to wait for the Saudi veto to be lifted and to win the approval and green light of the Americans, then one of the alternative solutions will be to go towards a government of one color, similar to that of Hassan Diab. This proposition is not new. Rather, it was discussed “accidentally” between Hezbollah and the Amal Movement on the one hand, and the Free Patriotic Movement on the other hand, on the basis of not leaving the country in a state of chaos and a total collapse if Hariri stuck to his coup endeavor, and in the event that he remained insistent on waiting for external firings In order to proceed with a formation that reflects the results of the parliamentary elections and takes into account the right of the political forces that name the president in charge to participate in the composition and naming their ministers.