After the lull the storm. ++Mouneer Anis has resigned from the Standing Committee of the Anglican Communion citing a lack of true willingness on the part of key players in the Covenant process to be committed to the Covenant. You can read his statement here, reaction on Titus One Nine here, and a frankly rude response-plus-comments from Episcopal Cafe over here (but only if you want to).
The ACI was already working on its current concerns about the Covenant while Bruce Kaye has posted his latest critique.
I hope to find a few moments to comment further, suffice to note for now that the Communion will end the way we want it to. If we do not want a Communion that is a communion (a real flesh-and-blood, Christ's body-and-blood fellowship of believers indwelt by the true Word of God), fine. But let's, for goodness sake, stop using the word 'Communion'. World Anglican Association will do. If we want a Communion which is what the label says, then let's work intentionally, whole heartedly on finding the way forward: no more Hegelian logic chopping!