The low voter turnout revealed that President Kais will face a major challenge in turning the public sentiment in his favour.
Voting runs from 6:00 am (0500 GMT) to 10:00 pm at some 11,000 polling stations across the North African country, while there is no clarity yet on when the results will be announced.
The amended draft makes changes to two articles, though it still retains a broad range of powers for the head of state.
The number is equal to about 83 civilians suffering violent deaths due to conflict every day for the past 10 years, according to a latest UN report.
Police in the city of Sousse seized Jebali's phone and his wife's phone and took him to an unknown location, according to a statement by his family.
The police intervened with protesters, who numbered around 100, as they attempted to reach the headquarters of the electoral commission which is under President Saied's control.
Presidency issues order to the nation, calling for a vote on a new constitution prepared by President Saied-appointed committee.
The president’s political inexperience amidst an economic crisis does not bode well for his initial popularity following his power grab nearly a year ago.
Security forces have been deployed across Colombo after protesters tried to storm President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's home in anger at the nation's worst economic crisis since independence.
Presented as a solution to the country’s challenges, the participatory platform appears to be a further step towards one-man rule.
Over 2,000 protesters gathered in central Tunis, following President Saied's decree establishing a new judicial watchdog that lets him dismiss judges or block their promotion.
Main opposition party of the north African country urges supporters to protest on Friday against President Kais Saied.
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