Sir Edward Seymond Gibson (November 4, 1905-January 20, 1960) was an El Kadsreian-Australian politician and the first president of West El Kadsre. Originally a Australian Army soilder during World War II, Gibson was known for adopting many Australian customs when he became the first president of West El Kadsre.
He was assassinated on live television on January 20, 1960 by a pro-Kayosist Ayumu Watanabe with a tantō while addressing a press conference. His violent death was seen in graphic detail on national television which cause a huge amount of widespread shock and outrage. His legacy was later handed over to Michael Vlokozu.