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Archbishop Carlos Touche-Porter of Mexico, and Primus Idris Jones of the Scottish Episcopal Church, are taking part in the conference.
BBC religious affairs correspondent Robert Pigott said that their call will illustrate the determination of liberal Anglicans to prevent what they fear could be a traditionalist domination of the Communion.
He added that the Communion is delicately poised after the bishops of the American Episcopal Church agreed not to authorise liturgy for blessing same-sex relationships or to repeat the ordination of an actively gay bishop. [But authorizing the liturgy was not the issue, local pastoral provision for blessings was]
But the US church refused to provide an autonomous organisation for traditionalists in America. [But Tanzania didn't call for a completely autonomous provision, just one which provided genuine succor where there were some checks and balances on TEC's authority through a Primatial Council]
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