On the fifth day of the strike, there was a day of strong C Level Contact List clashes in the province of Chimborazo that ended, according to the Confederation of the Chimborazo Indigenous Movement (Comich), with 40 injured, two of them seriously. The latter C Level Contact List would have been hit by pellets, despite the fact that the police stated that they were "willing not to use firearms or lethal ammunition." At night, the President of the Republic C Level Contact List declared a state of emergency in three provinces: Pichincha, Cotopaxi and Imbabura. The decree had two versions. Initially, one circulated that included a restriction on the right to freedom of information that could imply the suspension of fixed, mobile and Internet telecommunications services.
In addition, the handling of "duly classified" information C Level Contact List was limited, reserved or restricted circulation through social media, social networks and communicational content. And the progressive use of force, including lethal force, was C Level Contact List enabled. Finally, before the wave of voices that warned of the violation of constitutional rights, the government stated that, despite having the president's signature, what had been circulated was "a draft" and that the final version did not contain these controversial articles. However, this motivated the C Level Contact List convening of the National Assembly to deal with the repeal of the decree.
The Constitution contemplates the possibility that the C Level Contact List Parliament can "revoke the decree at any time, without prejudice to the pronouncement that the C Level Contact List Constitutional Court may make on its constitutionality." After the decree, the assembly member of the Pachakutik indigenous party, Mireya Pazmiño, presented a request to deal C Level Contact List with the repeal in the plenary session on Monday, June 20. That day, just before the plenary session, the Executive Branch repealed and replaced the decree with a new one that expanded the provinces covered by the state of exception.