After waiting a minimum amount of time, anyone can call the timelock to execute the call or set of calls. Suppose the proposal is reviewed and an error is identified during the review period. In that case, the core voting contract must vote again to remove the call from the timelock. Because core voting has a minimum vote time, the effective timelock period is the timelock period minus the minimum voting time. To mitigate this, authorized addresses [such as the GSC] can do a one-time per call increase in lock time for a registered call. The time bump should be slightly more than the minimum voting time to enable removal votes.