Dan Eggen is a Norwegian football coach and former player. He is coaching KFUM-Kameratene Oslo of the Norwegian Second Division, he has coached Kolbotn in the Norwegian Premier League for women. He was capped 25 times for Norway, scoring two goals. Dan Eggen played as central defender, he started his career in the Norwegian amateur leagues with sides such as Årvoll and Ready. He went on to play for several teams outside of Norway: Danish teams BK Frem and Brøndby IF, Spanish teams Celta Vigo and Alavés, French team Le Mans and Scottish club Rangers. Eggen represented Norway in 25 caps, he was a part of the 1994 and 1998 World Cup squads, the 2000 European Football Championship squad. He was not used in any matches in the 1994 World Cup, but was a key player in 1998 and 2000. Eggen scored the equaliser against Morocco to secure a 2-2 draw for the Norwegians at the Stade de la Mosson, Montpellier in 1998. In 2005, he started a bachelor's degree in economics at the University of Norway, he is the manager of the rock band El Caco.
He has studied football coaching at Wang Idrettsgymnas and has been head coach of Kolbotn in the Norwegian Premier League for women, for KFUM. Appears in Satyricon's DVD Roadkill Extravaganza, where he is visiting the band backstage, revealing himself as a fan of Norwegian black metal. During a Pantera concert in Spain, Eggen joined the band on stage for 30 seconds and showed off headbanging and air guitar playing. Brøndby IF partial statistics Boldklubben Frem profile National team profile at the Wayback Machine Eggen on stage with Pantera. Dan Eggen at Soccerbase
The People's Movement is a political party in Tunisia. It is a socialist and Arab nationalist party founded in April 2011; the composition of the party splits. Between 2013 and 2014, the People's Movement was a member of the Popular Front coalition, one of the three main coalitions of political parties in Tunisia; the former leader of the party, Mohamed Brahmi, was assassinated on 25 July 2013 by unknown killers. On 20 March 2011 two nationalist parties merged, the People's Movement founded by the lawyer Khaled Krichi and the Progressive Unionist Movement; the new party was called the Progressive Unionist People's Movement. Some members disagreed with the merger and in April 2011 formed a new party, the People's Movement with the slogan "freedom, unity"; the Executive Committee was: The People's Movement is a secularist and Arab nationalist party. It is aligned with workers groups; the party belongs to the Popular Front coalition of left-leaning parties led by Hamma Hammami, leader of the Tunisian Workers Party.
The coalition includes ten nationalist left-wing groups, including the People's Movement. Elections were held on 23 October 2011 for a National Constituent Assembly to write a new constitution for Tunisia, to be submitted for approval by referendum. In the election results announced on 14 November 2011 the leading party was the moderate Islamist Ennahda Movement, with 89 of the 217 seats; the Progressive Unionist People's Movement stood in all constituencies in Tunisia and in two constituencies abroad. It failed to obtain a seat; the People's Movement won two seats. Brahmi ran in Sidi Bouzid, the town where Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in December 2010 and triggered the Arab Spring, he was elected with 3,617 votes. Mourad Amdouni ran in Bizerte, where his name happened to be placed to the right of that of Ennahda on the ballot, he received 10,353 votes, some cast incorrectly by supporters of Ennahda. On 26 February 2012 it was announced that the Progressive Unionist People's Movement and the People's Movement would join to form a new party, again called the People's Movement.
This followed a two-day constituent congress in Nabeul attended by 300 delegates that adopted motions on political, social and organizational subjects. The president of the congress, Salem Hadded, said a new 11-person executive committee with a two-year mandate would elect the secretary general for the party; the committee members were: The People's Movement organized a meeting on 5 January 2013 to discuss subjects such as a new model for development, independence of justice, the nature of the political regime and the martyrs and wounded of the revolution. The focus of the meeting was an initiative of national unification. According to Mohamed Brahmi, the present crisis would be resolved by a political alliance of all democratic forces apart from Ennahda and Nidaa Tounes, it would include the Republican Party, El Watd, the Social Democratic Path, the Ba'ath party, the Congress for the Republic and the UGTT. The Popular Front is a coalition of left and green political parties founded on 7 October 2012 as an alternative to the secular coalition of Nidaa Tounes and to the "troïka", the coalition of ruling parties that includes the Islamist Ennahda, the Congress for the Republic and Ettakatol.
The Popular Front spokesman is secretary general of the Workers' Party. Chokri Belaïd, murdered on 6 February 2013, was the leader of the Democratic Patriots' Movement, which belonged to the front. On 30 April 2013 Mohamed Brahmi made an official announcement on radio Shems FM that the People's movement would join the Popular Front coalition, he said that he thought the Popular Front was essential for Tunisia since it provided the hope of achieving the goals of the revolution: justice and productivity. Brahmi left the People's Movement in July 2013 to form a new organization; when he quit on 7 July he said. Four members of the political bureau of the party, as well as coordinators of regional offices and dozens of supporters resigned from the party after a strategy session that discussed the party position on national and pan-Arab issues, political Islam and the coalition with the Popular Front. A 17-member committee was announced to formalize the creation of a new party to be called the Courant Populaire.
Speaking on the "Midi Show" Brahmi said that he had written his resignation on 16 December 2012. He said he would act as interim general coordinator of the Popular Current until a congress was held to found the new party. On 25 July 2013 Brahmi was shot dead outside his house by unknown assassins; the killers fled the scene on a motorbike. The motive was not known. Khaled Khichi, a lawyer and member of the party, announced Brahmi's death from the hospital; the killing triggered demonstrations against the government of Prime Minister Ali Laarayedh. Brahmi's state funeral was arranged for Saturday 27 July 2013, he was buried in Jellaz cemetery beside Chokri Belaid. After the 2019 Tunisian parliamentary election, the newly elected MP Zouhair Maghzaoui announced in a press statement, that they will form a parliamentary bloc with the Democratic Current. Notes Citations