The Primates' Communique is finally here. It was signed unanimously, so all the Primates are committed to its recommendations. To my eyes, it's a vindication of the hard work of my friends at the Anglican Communion Institute over the last few years. It puts huge pressure on the Episcopal Church to comply - no more practicing homosexual bishops, no same-sex blessings, provision for beleagured dioceses and congregations, an end to litigation. There's a payback - the reasserters have to work with the Episcopal Church hierarchy. For an initial analysis, see here.
I suspect no-one is going to be entirely satisfied, but in the circumstances it is probably 'our last, best hope for peace', and will require some humility from everyone involved.
Some are concerned that its provisions, if implemented, could have application in other parts of the world. I for one am comfortable with that, as it keeps every province accountable for its actions, and provides precedent for congregations throughout the world who might need such protection in similar circumstances.
I wonder what will happen next? All I know is that the fat lady is yet to sing.......