The President declares a state of emergency after the Prime Minister submits a request for authorization; the document is returned to the Prime Minister afterward, who signs it, and the document becomes valid. Finally, it is submitted to the parliament.
Following the enforcement of the President's order declaring a national emergency, all media outlets broadcast this.
The President then issues a decree which enables the government to limit citizens' constitutional rights and perform actions or impose policies it would usually be forbidden to undertake: incarcerate citizens without the court decision, ban their free movement, and impose different restrictions. During a state of emergency, the MIA is authorized to quarantine or isolate people.
The President's decree also envisages abridging the freedom of speech or imposing limitations on property rights.