The Honourable
Zahab Wibowus
23rd Prime Minister of Craftia
Elections: 2058, 2061
In office
18 September 2058 – 22 September 2061
President Chen Weilin
Deputy Isaac Gray
Preceded by Mel Queanbeyan
Succeeded by Isaac Gray
13th Leader of the United Party
In office
7 August 2058 – 22 September 2061
Deputy Isaac Gray
Preceded by Con Wang
Succeeded by Isaac Gray
25th Leader of the Opposition
In office
7 August 2058 – 17 September 2058
Prime Minister Mel Queanbeyan
Preceded by Con Wang
Succeeded by Mel Queanbeyan
Minister for Education
In office
18 September 2049 – 7 October 2050
Prime Minister Kevin Abbott
Preceded by Danielle Malley
Succeeded by Mel Queanbeyan
In office
11 January 2037 – 18 September 2037
Prime Minister Robert Jones
Preceded by Dick Nickson
Succeeded by Mal Gohns
Minister for Science and Technology
In office
15 September 2046 – 17 September 2049
Prime Minister Kevin Abbott
Preceded by Chrissie Lyons
Succeeded by Sanjeet Singh
Minister for Health
In office
16 July 2042 – 14 September 2046
Prime Minister Kevin Abbott
Preceded by Felicity Wong
Succeeded by Felicity Wong
Member of the Craftian Parliament
for Bonnells
In office
3 September 2040 – 22 September 2061
Preceded by Mitchell Woodlands
Succeeded by Mirela Fadden
Member of the Craftian Parliament
for Phillipson
In office
28 August 2034 – 2 September 2040
Preceded by Charlie McMahon
Succeeded by Annalise Hai
Personal details
Born Zahab Imam Wibowo
9 June 1994 (age 78)
Notchropolis, Craftia
Political party Liberal (before 2051)
United (after 2051)
Spouse(s) Putri Tjandra (2015–2056)
Tina Jung (2062–)
Children Melati Tjandra (2016–)
Alma mater Notchropolis University
Craftian National University
Religion Islam

Zahab Wibowus (/zə'hɑːb wᵻ'boʊwəs/ zə-hahb wi-boh-wəss, born Zahab Imam Wibowo, 9 June 1994) is a former Craftian politician who served as the 23rd Prime Minister of Craftia from 2058 to 2061. He was Craftia's first Prime Minister of Indonesian heritage and sixth Prime Minister of non-European heritage.

Born into a working class family and raised in the outer suburbs of Notchropolis, Wibowus first entered politics as the Liberal MP for the Division of Phillipson in rural Jebsten, at the 2034 federal election. He served in various ministerial positions throughout the Abbott Government's decade in power from 2040 to 2050, including Education, Health, and Science and Technology. After the events of the 2050 Craftian constitutional crisis unfolded, Wibowus defected to the National United Party in an incident known as the Liberal–United split of 2050 (although Wibowus switched parties in January 2051). Wibowus then moved to the United Party backbench before becoming the Shadow Minister for Defence after the 2055 election, where the NUP regained Official Opposition status. Although United had been leading the opinion polls for a majority of the 2055–2058 parliament, Leader Con Wang's polling had dropped considerably by mid-2058, and a statutory election was to be held by September. With the backing of several frontbenchers and despite being 64 years old at the time, Wibowus launched a leadership challenge in August. Wang resigned and Wibowus was appointed leader unopposed. Polling for the NUP rose dramatically and United was swept into power at the 2058 election, heavily defeating Mel Queanbeyan's Craftian Conservative Party government on a 14% swing.

The Wibowus Government was characterised by tensions with the opposition Liberal Party, which voted against all of the government's bills in Parliament as long as Wibowus remained the leader of the NUP. United was in fact forced to form a coalition with the left-wing Craftian Greens due to the Liberals refusing to sign any coalition deal involving Wibowus. As Prime Minister, Wibowus embarked on a more Keynesian and social democratic approach to the economy, in contrast with predecessor Mel Queanbeyan. With the global economy in decline by the end of the 2050s, the Wibowus Government provided economic stimulus packages to combat the ensuing financial crisis, largely saving Craftia from a highly damaging recession. Budget deficits increased significantly during his term as a result. Wibowus also reformed the national parks program (under the influence of the Greens), introduced further taxes on corporations to curb carbon emissions and significantly increased refugee and immigrant quotas. Critics deride his government for running the country into a large deficit and for failing to assist in efforts in the escalating conflict in North Tendos. Under the leadership of Wibowus, the United Party shifted towards the left after two decades of a more centrist ideology.

At the 2061 federal election, the United Government was successfully re-elected with a small swing towards it, but in a shock result Wibowus lost his own seat of Bonnells, which was lost to the Liberals. Wibowus, then aged 67, decided not to re-enter parliament in a by-election, instead choosing to retire from politics, and was succeeded as Prime Minister and Leader of the United Party by his deputy Isaac Gray.