The head of Bangladesh's Awami League, Sheikh Hasina, is expected to be sworn in as prime minister by Tuesday after the newly-elected members of parliament take office.
Awami League officials said on Friday that lawmakers belonging to the party and its allies will be sworn in within the next two days.
The Awami League's coalition won a broad majority of seats Monday in the country's first parliamentary election in seven years.
The opposition, led by former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, has conceded defeat, though its members allege the vote was rigged.
International observers said the vote was credible. Ms. Hasina, also a former prime minister, has said she is prepared to offer senior political posts to the opposition in exchange for their cooperation.
Bangladesh canceled its last scheduled election in 2007 due to political turmoil and violence. An army-backed interim government has ruled the country since then.