You'd be better of asking the LIR who made the request for the PI space for you, as they will be able to look at the status of the ticket with RIPE. It all very much depends on their current workload though, experience of late though, suggests it shouldn't be more than a couple of days if you've filled everything in correctly.
the problem is that i have ask these 64 ips with the deatacenter that i use for colo so i dont have access on it, and my datacenter say that this is a normal time ... but 21 days for 64 ips look out of mind for me
It sounds to me like the original poster has requested an assignment from their provider, and the requested assignment size is larger than the provider's assignment window. In these instances, they must get approval from the RIPE for their request. However, a /26 would be an awefully small AW for a co-lo shop.
Dealing with RIPE is very, very different than interacting with ARIN. There are a lot of new concepts and procedures to learn.
Actually, over here in RIPE land, it is still an assignment, and it must be done by the LIR who ultimately they are allocated too, or by the provider further downstream if the LIR has made use of sub-allocations (Which doesn't happen often). Also all assignments must be registered in the RIPE database, so rwhois doesn't apply in this case, the nearest equivelant to ARIN procedures would be SWIP.
Technically the owner of all IPs in IANA, so will never ever belong to any ISP/end user, they are mearly leased to the ISP, who may then lease them on to one of their customers, who may also lease to theirs etc. the point is, that RIPE policy is to register the ultimate end user of a <=/29 in the RIPE database.