If I understood it the complete article is like this text:
179bis. Right of review
If, in events forming part of a FIA Championship, a new element
is discovered, whether or not the stewards of the meeting have
already given a ruling, these stewards of the meeting or, failing
this, those designated by the FIA, must meet on a date agreed
amongst themselves, summoning the party or parties concerned
to hear any relevant explanations and to judge in the light of the
facts and elements brought before them.
The right of appeal against this new decision is confined to the
party or parties concerned in accordance with the final paragraph
of Article 180 and the following Articles of this Code.
Should the first decision already have been the subject of
an appeal before the National Court of Appeal or before the
International Court of Appeal, or successively before both of
these courts, the case shall be lawfully submitted to them for
the possible revision of their previous decision. The International
Court of Appeal may take up the review of a case that it has
judged, either on its own initiative or upon an appeal in review
brought by the FIA President or by one of the parties concerned
and/or directly affected by its former decision.
The period during which an appeal in review may be brought
expires on 30 November of the year during which the decision
that is liable to review has been handed down, if that decision is
likely to have an effect on the result of a championship.
That Means thar If FIA do not investigated it by thenselves with the new elements, Any parties concerned, (Ferrari, Alonso, Mercedes, Schumacher, Toro Rosso or Vergne) can appeal to the International Court Appeal.
That is right?