Leaders of the warring Cambodian factions branded their latest peace talks a failure Tuesday and looked to the international arena for a solution to the 10-year-old conflict.

"We have to let the Cambodian people decide if they are happy under communism or want a liberal government like Great Britain," said Prince Norodom Ranariddh, spokesman for the U.N.-recognized resistance coalition.Ranariddh made the comment after hours of separate consultations between the 12 delegations failed to produce any significant concessions from either side on the last day of the meeting.

Indonesian Foreign Minister Ali Alatas, chairman of the forum, said a final plenary session would be held with all parties attending.