|Minister for Parliamentary Relations|
14 March 1997 – 21 October 1998
|Prime Minister||Romano Prodi|
|Succeeded by||Gian Guido Folloni|
|Secretary of the Italian Republican Party|
February 1993 – January 1994
|Preceded by||Giorgio La Malfa|
|Succeeded by||Giorgio La Malfa|
|Member of the Chamber of Deputies|
25 May 1972 – 14 March 2013
|Born||24 June 1929|
La Spezia, Italy
|Political party||PRI (1972–1994)|
He graduated in medicine and surgery, and worked as a doctor until the 1970s and was the head physician of a hospital in La Spezia.
He was a member of the Italian Republican Party, and in 1972 Bogi was elected MP for the first time. He was then re-elected uninterruptedly until the XIV Legislature in 2001.
He served as Undersecretary to the Post and Telecommunications in the governments led by Cossiga, Forlani and Spadolini from 4 April 1980 to 1 December 1982. He held the same office from 4 August 1983 to 17 April 1987 in the two governments led by Bettino Craxi.
- "Bogi ministro dei rapporti con le camere". ItaliaOggi.it. Retrieved 2019-06-09.