A Tunisian military judge on Tuesday jailed two lawmakers from the Islamist Karama party amid growing concerns for human rights after the president seized governing powers in July.
On July 25, President Saied swept aside the government, suspended parliament and took control of the country.
His opponents accused him of staging a coup but his measures were broadly welcomed by Tunisians.
Nidal Saudi was ordered to be jailed for allegedly insulting security staff at the airport months ago, his lawyer Ines Harrath said.
Saif Eddine Makhlouf was jailed because he had made a threat to a military judge and accused military judges of being involved in what Makhlouf had described as a coup.
Rights groups have pushed for the release of another parliament member, Yassin Ayari, and have criticized the use of military courts to try civilians.