The meeting voted to arrange a vote of SPD party members, both in the Soviet occupation zone and across Berlinon the proposed merger with the Communist Party. In the Soviet sector subsequently known as East Berlin Soviet soldiers sealed the ballot boxes less than thirty minutes after the polls had opened, and dispersed the queues of those waiting to vote.
Séd Til Lands 7 April a group of SPD opponents of the merger in the western sector of Berlin met together in a school in Zehlendorf Berlin for a new party conference at which they elected a three-man leadership team comprising Karl Germer jr. On the same date a decision in support of the merger was taken at a joint Party Conference of regional delegates from the two parties inside the Soviet occupation zone. However, SPD delegates from the western zones had no democratic mandate to support merger, because of the meeting in the Séd Til Lands sector of Berlin at Zehlendorf earlier in the month, at which delegates had backed rejection of any unification between the two political parties.
The congress decided unanimously in favour of uniting the parties. The new party would include equal representation by two representatives, one from each of the component parties at every level. The handshake of the two party chairmen was embodied in the central element of the new party's logo. Although parity of power and position between members of the two former parties continued to be applied extensively for a couple of years, by SPD people were virtually excluded.
Between and "equal representation" was abandoned, as former SPD members were forced out of their jobs, denounced as "Agents of Schumacher ",  subjected to defamation, regular purges and at times imprisonment, so that they were frightened into silence.
The rules agreed between the occupying powers concerning Berlin itself conferred on the city a special status which differentiated the Soviet sector of Berlin from the Soviet occupation zone of Germany which on three of its four sides adjoined it.
The SPD used this fact to run a party referendum on the merger, using a secret ballot, across the whole of Berlin. It was not till the end of May that the four Allies reached agreement: the western allies permitted the SED in the western sectors, and in return the Soviet Military Administration in Germany agreed to allow the SPD back into the eastern sector of Berlin.
Across the city, the SPD won Of the other principal participants the CDU party won As matters turned out, this was the only free election to take place across the entirety of Berlin until after In the Soviet city commander vetoed from the election of Ernst Reuter as the city's governing mayor. This was followed up by the blowing up of the City Council Building by "the masses" and the withdrawal of the Soviet city commander from the Allied Kommandatura inwhich turned out to be a prelude to the Soviet Union 's Blockade of West Berlin.
The SPD did indeed continue to exist in the eastern sector, but the basis for its existence changed fundamentally, since it was banned from public activity and its participation in elections was blocked by the National Front of the Democratic Republic of Germanya political alliance created to enable minor political parties to be controlled by the SED.
Some individual SPD members nevertheless continued to be politically active. Most notably, Kurt Neubauerthe regional SPD chairman in Berlin-Friedrichshain was elected to the West German Bundestag where he sat from 1 February till 16 Aprilfor much of the time as the only member of the chamber with a home address inside the Soviet occupation zone. It was only in Augusta few days after the Berlin Wall was erected, that the party closed his office in East Berlin,  but without giving up its claim to it.
Even in the aftermath of the "events" any party influence in the west proved ephemeral. In contrast to Berlin, for which voting results show SPD majorities rejecting the merger of the left-wing parties, the historian Steffen Kachel has identified quite a different set of results in Thurinigia, a region dominated by farms and forests, where for most of the time left-wing parties had hitherto enjoyed a lower level of overall support Séd Til Lands the population as a whole than, typically, applied in western Europe's big industrial cities.
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