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Franc BOGOVIČ Franc BOGOVIČ
Franc BOGOVIČ

Group of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats)

Member

Slovenia - Slovenska ljudska stranka (Slovenia)

Date of birth : , Senovo

Curriculum vitae Franc BOGOVIČ

Original version : SL


Curriculum vitae   (The MEP is solely responsible for the information published)

Updated: 25/09/2015

Education (qualifications and diplomas)

  • 1981-1984 : Non-university post-secondary education, Engineering: Maribor University Agricultural College

Professional career

  • 1984-1988 : Agricultural adviser, Agrokombinat Krško company (Public service, government)
  • 1988-1990 : Cooperation manager, Agrokombinat Krško (Public service, government)
  • 1990-2006 : Director of the family business FBB d.o.o. (Private sector)
  • 1998-2011 : Mayor of Krško (Other)
  • 2008-2012 : Deputy in the Slovenian National Assembly (Other)
  • 2012-2013 : Minister in the Slovenian Government (Other)
  • 2013-2014 : Deputy in the Slovenian National Assembly (Other)
  • 2014-... : Member of the European Parliament (EU institution)

Political career

Offices held in a political party or national trade union

  • 16/05/2009-02/03/2013 : Vice-President of the Slovenian People’s Party
  • 02/03/2013-06/12/2014 : President of the Slovenian People’s Party

Offices held in local government bodies

  • 1986-1998 : President, Krajevna skupnost Koprivnica (Koprivnica Local Community)
  • 1998-2011 : Mayor of Krško

Offices held in a national parliament

  • 2008-2012 : Slovenian People’s Party Deputy – Chair of the Committee on Agriculture, Forestry, and Food
  • 2013-2014 : Slovenian People’s Party Deputy

Offices held in a national government

  • 10/02/2012-25/02/2013 : Minister for Agriculture and the Environment, Government of the Republic of Slovenia

Offices held in the EU institutions

  • 01/07/2014-... : Member of the European Parliament

Offices held in other European organisations

  • 2004-2008 : Vice-President of the Group of European Municipalities with Nuclear Facilities (GMF)

Honours

  • Medal for Honourable Action – awarded by the Slovenian President (8 July 2008)

Contact

Bruxelles

Strasbourg