The prescription in article 2 should not be a surprise to any watcher of Pope Francis. His clear initiative is that bishops take responsibility for their dioceses, and work together doing so. Vatican II (through its liturgy constitution), the ritual books (specifically the Ceremonial of Bishops), and the post-conciliar follow up (here, the 2004 document which followed up on Pope John Paul II’s 2003 document calling for further liturgical reform) all endorse the notion of the responsibility of the bishop for the celebration of liturgy in the diocese he serves.
Art. 2. It belongs to the diocesan bishop, as moderator, promoter, and guardian of the whole liturgical life of the particular Church entrusted to him, [Cf. Sacrosanctum Concilium 41; Ceremonial of Bishops 9; Redemptionis Sacramentum 19-25] to regulate the liturgical celebrations of his diocese. [Code of Canon Law, 375 § 1; 392]
Note the verb: regulate. This suggests local laws, rules, and guidelines.
Rome suggests that regulation of the 1962 Missal properly is included under this umbrella:
Therefore, it is his exclusive competence to authorize the use of the 1962 Roman Missal in his diocese, according to the guidelines of the Apostolic See.
So, yes, this can be an alarming development if the local bishop has expressed a strong stance against the celebration of Mass using the 1962 Missal.
The approved English translation is here.