C. L. B. Rogers

Mesopotamia (Belize House constituency) National Independence Party (Belize) House of Representatives (Belize)
C. L. B. Rogers
Member of the Belize House of Representatives for Mesopotamia[1]
In office
26 March 1961 – 21 November 1979
Preceded by(Constituency created)
Succeeded byCurl Thompson
Personal details
Tela, Honduras
Died (aged 67–68)
Belize City, Belize
Political partyPeople's United Party (after 1961)
National Independence Party (1958-1961)

Carl Lindbergh Bernard Rogers, commonly known as C. L. B. Rogers, (1928 – 25 July 1996) was a Hounduran-born[2] Belizean politician.

Electoral history

Rogers was a founding member of the National Independence Party in 1958, winning a seat on the Belize City Council under its banner in December of that year.

A member of the People's United Party after 1961, Rogers was first elected to the British Honduras Legislative Assembly (now the Belize House of Representatives) in 1961 from Belize City-based Mesopotamia constituency. A close political ally of PUP leader and Premier George Cadle Price, Rogers served as Minister of Home Affairs and Deputy Premier.[2] He was defeated for re-election in 1979 by the United Democratic Party's Curl Thompson.

After leaving office Rogers served as the Belizean ambassador to the United Nations.[2]


  1. ^ British Honduras Legislative Assembly before 1973
  2. ^ a b c "Photo exhibition honours C.L.B. Rogers", Great Belize Television, 1 October 2002. (accessed 23 November 2014)