Opposition parties in the Assembly are poised to join together and take over from First Minister Rhodri Morgan's "jaded" government, rebel MP Peter Law claimed today.
Mr Law, who left Labour to fight and win the Blaenau Gwent seat as an independent, also attacked his former party colleagues in the Assembly, likening them to the "Nazi Third Reich".
Mr Law still retains a seat in the Assembly and has held the balance of power since his defection robbed Mr Morgan of a majority.
He said Mr Morgan would be ousted over the row over whether university top-up fees should be introduced - a move blocked by opposition AMs.
"Morgan is going to get it," Mr Law told the epolitix website. "He can run, but he can't hide. Next week is going to be very interesting because if we don't get that statement from Morgan and he is in contempt of the Assembly then he will have to consider his position."
A so-called "rainbow coalition" of opposition parties would have his support, he said.
"The opposition parties are already poised to take over the government and they have already divvied up the ministerial jobs between the parties.
"I think it is three Plaid ministers, two Conservatives and two Liberals and possibly Forward Wales will be in their somewhere.
"We have only got two years to go before the next election. People are fed up, this government is jaded, ministers are jaded and they have had enough."
The coalition idea has long been mooted in Cardiff Bay, but has been explicitly ruled out by Plaid Cymru, and many senior Liberal Democrats are sceptical.
Describing his time as a Labour AM, Mr Law said: "The Labour Party meetings on Tuesday used to make me sick with the sycophancy of them all.
"They never listen they just keep trying to persuade themselves. It's like a Nazi Third Reich propaganda exercise - if they say something long enough they start to believe it. That's how it is. I'm glad to get out of it. I feel free and I feel cleansed."