|Minister of International Development|
23 March 2012 – 16 October 2013
|Prime Minister||Jens Stoltenberg|
|Preceded by||Erik Solheim|
|Succeeded by||Position abolished|
|Born||Heikki Eidsvoll Holmås
28 June 1972
|Political party||Socialist Left Party|
|Parents||Stig Holmås (father)|
Heikki Holmås (born 28 June 1972, Voss) is a Norwegian politician for the Socialist Left Party (SV). He served as Minister of International Development from 23 March 2012 to 16 October 2013 being the last serving this position before it was abolished.
Holmås is son of librarian/writer Stig Holmås and engineer/textile worker Ingebjørg Monsen.
He has served as member of the Parliament of Norway, representing Oslo from 2001 – 2012. He previously served as a deputy representative from 1997 – 2001. He is nominated on the top spot on Oslo SV's ballot for the Norwegian parliamentary election, 2013.
Holmås has been a columnist in both the woman's magazine Kamille and in the left-wing newspaper Klassekampen. He has contributed with an article in a book about climate change, Kan hende det gjelder å redde vår jord – Om venstresiden og klimapolitikken published in Norwegian in 2009 by Manifest.
- Gunn Kari Heggvik: Heikki Holmås tok med bryllupsgjestene på blåtur VG, 29 September 2012
- NTB: Stefaren til utviklingsministeren drept i Algerie (In Norwegian) NRK, 25 January 2013
- Martin Herman Wiedswang Zondag: Holmås vant SV-thrilleren NRK, 4 December 2012 (In Norwegian)
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|Party political offices|
|Leader of the Socialist Youth