Well, there is no question that the military is going to oppose, at least a couple of them very strongly.
Such as which one? The first one, the most important one, I think for both sides at this point is the disposition of the Philippine military, the New Armed Forces of the Phillipines, NAFP, during a cease fire.
The Communists have from the beginning made it clear that they would insist on the pull back of NAFP units from areas which they claim to control.
And the military, on the other hand, has also made equally clear that they reject any terms which would not allow them to claim clear control of all of the countryside.
Is President Corazon Aquino being naive, as some of her military officials suggest, and thinking that she can negotiate some kind of cease fire agreement with the Communists that will not ultimately work to their advantage.
I don't think naive is the term to describe Aquino's policy towards the insurgency. There are two points here, one is that she understands that the intentions of the Communists side are at best unclear in terms of the cease fire. She understands that they have their own interests and cease fire will fit into those interests in a way that may or may not be an interest to the government.