Thailand's main opposition party said Saturday it could form a government with members of the ruling coalition that collapsed this week, freezing out allies of former premier Thaksin Shinawatra. The surprise development comes just days after a court stripped Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat of his position and disbanded the pro-Thaksin People Power Party in a vote fraud case, following months of anti-government protests. Thaksin's powerful ex-wife Pojaman had flown into Bangkok late Friday, in a sign that plans for the PPP to reform under a new name and set up a new coalition govermment were in trouble.