Giorgio Bogi

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Giorgio Bogi
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Minister for Parliamentary Relations
In office
14 March 1997 – 21 October 1998
Prime MinisterRomano Prodi
Succeeded byGian Guido Folloni
Secretary of the Italian Republican Party
In office
February 1993 – January 1994
Preceded byGiorgio La Malfa
Succeeded byGiorgio La Malfa
Member of the Chamber of Deputies
In office
25 May 1972 – 14 March 2013
Personal details
Born (1929-06-24) 24 June 1929 (age 90)
La Spezia, Italy
NationalityItalian
Political partyPRI (1972–1994)
SR (1994–1998)
DS (1998–2006)
MRE (2006–2007)
PD (2007–present)
ProfessionPolitician, surgeon

Giorgio Bogi (born 24 June 1929 in La Spezia), is an Italian surgeon and politician.

Biography[edit]

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.

In 1994 he left the PRI and founded, together with Giuseppe Ayala and Libero Gualtieri, a new political party, the Republican Left, placed in the Democratic Alliance.

From 14 March 1997 to 21 October 1998 he served as Minister for Parliamentary Relations in the Prodi I Cabinet.[1]

Bogi subsequently joined the Democrats of the Left (in 1998), the European Republicans Movement (in 2006) and finally the Democratic Party. (in 2007)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bogi ministro dei rapporti con le camere". ItaliaOggi.it. Retrieved 2019-06-09.