Khamshajiny Gunaratnam is Oslo’s Youngest Deputy Mayor Ever

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28-year-old Khamshajiny Gunaratnam, who goes by Kamzy, was born in Sri Lanka and moved to Norway when she was just three years old. Now, she has made history, becoming the youngest Deputy Mayor ever in Oslo. She became involved in politics as a teenager, and as of 2007, she has represented the Labour Party in Oslo City Council.

 

The Oslo Book, a lifestyle publication, recently sat down with the young politician to learn more.

Read her full interview at The Oslo Book.

 

Featured image courtesy of The Oslo Book.

Correction: A previous version of this article’s title indicated Kamzy was a ‘Deputy Minister’ which has been corrected to ‘Deputy Mayor’.

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