Tunisian police have used water canons to disperse hundreds of protesters who have taken to the streets to demonstrate against the country's president, despite coronavirus restrictions.
The protesters are unhappy with some of President Kaïs Saïed's recent measures including the suspension of parliament in July, which he extended in December.
He has since ruled by decree.
At Friday's protests, some of the people chanted "down with the coup" according to the AFP news agency.
Despite fierce criticism other citizens have supported the president, saying he is tackling corruption.
The country is marking 11 years on since the downfall of its late leader, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, who fled the country in 2011 as his authority crumbled.