Four Tunisian political parties have demanded that President Kais Saied reverse his recent decision to expand his powers and rule by decree.
One of the four left-leaning factions warned that the president's actions risked a slide into violence or even civil war.
He was accused of having installed a one-man rule with a stroke of his pen.
President Saied began gathering almost all power into his own hands in July when he suspended parliament.
His opponents accuse him of carrying out a coup, but many Tunisians have supported Mr Saied.
They've been deeply disappointed by the performance of the country's political parties.
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