काहीं नभएको जात्रा हांड़ी गाऊँ मा, sorry Australia ma. But would this happen in Nepal?

Australia is a really unique democracy. Where else would the former head of state accept a deputy role in an active government? But in Australia, this is not a problem mate. Kevin Rudd was the incumbent Prime Minister of Australia when he was forcefully removed from his position by his own Party. His then deputy Julia Gillard has now become the new Prime Minister of Australia and Kevin Rudd is the new Foreign Minister. 

Would this happen in Nepal? Can you see Prachanda in a deputy position in the next Government? or Ma. Ku. Ne? In your dreams mate!