Police have fired tear gas to disperse protesters demanding the dissolution of the assembly and Islamists defending the legitimacy of their rule.
A jobless man who set fire to himself in Tunisia's capital has died, a development which could provoke renewed anger against the government.
Tunisia's Islamist Party has dissolved the government and promised rapid elections in a bid to restore calm after protests over a politician's death.
A secular Tunisia could be a thing of the past as moderate Islamists are believed to be ahead in Tunisia's vote count after this year's uprising.
Tunisian voters poured into polling stations to vote in their country's first free election, 10 months after the start of the Arab Spring uprisings.
Police have used teargas to disperse hundreds of Tunisians protesting against a niqab ban and the screening of a film they said denigrated Islam.
Forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi are staging a "massacre" in Misrata, evacuees said on Monday, as Libya said it was ready to discuss political reform.
Muammar Gaddafi's forces were staging a "massacre" in the Libyan city of Misrata on Monday, even as Turkey said it was trying to broker a ceasefire.
At least two people were killed and 17 others wounded in northern Tunisia on Saturday when police opened fire to quell a protest.
Tunisia has asked Interpol to help find and arrest ousted president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family.