P. Sharma Oli as the next Prime Minister of the country.
Being the largest party in the Nepal's Lower House, CPN-UML's Oli is the natural claimant for the post but requires support from Maoists to secure the majority.
The alliance won the majority seats in Nepal's Provincial and Federal Assemblies and will be forming governments in Centre as well as in six provinces out of seven.
But modalities of rotational based premiership between Oli and Prachanda, unification of the party, its organization basis, management of entire rank and file and political doctrine among others will be ascertained by a task force formed by both parties.
On the other hand, the Maoist party also authorized its chairman Prachanda to take all necessary decision for party unification with the UML and future power sharing with UML including the President, Vice President, Prime Minister, Speaker and Deputy Speaker.
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