Under Article 27 of the Basic Law No. 2011-6 of 16 December 2011 on the organization provisional government the Constituent Assembly ended with the provisions of the Constitution of 1 June 1959. Download

Article 46

Should imminent peril menace the institutions of the Republic, threaten the security and independence of the country and obstruct the proper functioning of the public powers, the President of the Republic may take the exceptional measures necessitated by the circumstances, after consulting the Prime Minister, the President of the Chamber of Deputies and the President of the Chamber of Advisors.
He addresses, to that effect, a message to the people.
During this period, the President of the Republic may not dissolve the Chamber of Deputies, and no motion of censure may be presented against the Government.
These measures cease to bear effect as soon as the circumstances that produced them come to an end. The President of the Republic addresses a message to this effect to the Chamber of Deputies and to the Chamber of Advisors( ).