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Without prejudice to the Phone Number List pronouncement that the Constitutional Court may make on its constitutionality." After the decree, the assembly member of the indigenous party, Mireya , presented a request to deal with the repeal in the plenary session on Monday, June 20. That day, just before the plenary session, the Executive Branch repealed Phone Number List and replaced the decree with a new one that expanded the provinces covered by the state of exception. With this strategy, the Assembly could no longer meet and must resubmit a new Phone Number List motion and wait at least 48 hours to.