From La Stampa's Andrea Tornielli (in Italian):
The response of the Fraternity of Saint Pius X to the proposal of the Holy See, delivered to its superior general, Bishop Bernard Fellay, is expected in the next few days. And the signs that arrive from Econe, where the headquarters of the Lefebvrists are located [Rorate note: the headquarters are located in Menzingen, in the Swiss Canton of Zug], do not at all seem to announce a positive answer of acceptance of the "doctrinal preamble" prepared by the Vatican.
Tornielli then proceeds by quoting words of the sermon pronounced by Bp. Fellay on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (audio available here, in French), including the folllowing: «You have heard that there is a Roman proposal that says, "we are ready to recognize you," but the problem is that there is still a condition. This condition, however it may be defined, is always the same in the end: the Second Vatican Council must be accepted. In other words, the current situation is the following: they have told us, "yes, you may criticize the Council, but with one condition: that you accept it all the same.' But we say: "how will we be able to criticize afterwards?" I believe this to be a fair assessment of the current situation.»
As it can be seen, there is nothing essentially new from the time of the interview granted by Fellay to DICI on November 28, that is, a modulated counter-proposal (not a rejection) will be given by the head of the FSSPX/SSPX, and that Society will have to wait for the eventual Vatican response to it. At that time, it must be recalled, the Superior General said that his response would be given shortly afterwards.