According to local media reports in Tunisia, on the evening of the 17th, violent protests broke out in several cities in Tunisia.
Protesters rushed into shops, post offices, banks and other institutions and attacked security forces.
Security forces said that more than 200 demonstrators, most of whom were young people, had been arrested.
For the third consecutive day, violent night protests have occurred in Tunisia.
Although Tunisia has implemented a night curfew, demonstrations continue in many places due to the deteriorating epidemic in Tunisia, which exacerbates Tunisia’s socio-economic problems.
In response to the ongoing violent protests, the Tunisian army has strengthened the security deployment of important facilities and government agencies in four important provinces, including Bisseda and Sousse.