The House of Bishops, Church of Nigeria proposes that the Archbishop of Canterbury, "As a matter of utmost urgency, call a special session of the Primates Meeting."
Here are two reasons this is a really bad idea:
(i) The Primates Meeting has only ascribed power - that is power is ascribed to it by those who want it to become a more prominent body in the Anglican Communion. It has no power of position or personal rights, unlike the Anglican Consultative Council whose power, limited as it is, is by agreement by the signatories to its constitution, or the Archbishop of Canterbury, whose ascribed power as "first among equals" is backed up by his personal power to invite to Lambeth, chair its meetings, appoint persons to councils and committees. Calling a special meeting of the Primates and giving them the decision making power to determine who has and has not fulfilled Windsor, etc., means the demise of the real power of the ACC and the ABC. The first really bad reason for calling such a meeting is that it affirms what many already suspect - that the Primates Meeting is taking on a juridical role never agreed to by the Provinces.
(ii) The urgency issue is false and misleading. The Primates Meetings have shown themselves to be highly politicized and subject to influences from "outside" their deliberations. At this point there is no possibility of such a meeting being other than a focus for the debates and discussions that should take place in the full light of day, at say, Lambeth or the next ACC meeting. Claiming urgency is part of the scheme to claim that this is an emergency. It is a false claim.
Regrettably calling a special meeting of the Primates at this point is all about realignment of power in the Anglican Communion. Nothing prevents the Primates from trying to move the agenda from advisory to juridical and from urging the Archbishop to take its advice to trying to elect its own chair, replacing the Archbishop in that role, and then proclaiming its decisions as binding. My sense is they would fail to get the votes to do any of this unless the emergency lights went off and people got addled. If adequately addled we could kiss the Anglican Communion as a fellowship of churches goodbye.
The "special meeting" idea is a really bad idea.
Don't take my word for it. Take a look at what happened last time they met.