In the context of the differences of opinion between Nicolae Titulescu and the Legionnaire Movement concerning the foreign and internal politics of the Interwar Romania, the relationships between the great diplomat and the leaders of the Movement had become irreconcilable. Nevertheless, under the circumstances of the launch of the Pact of Electoral Non-agression – signed on the 25th of November 1937 by Iuliu Maniu (PNȚ – National Peasants’ Party), Gh. Brătianu (PNL – National Liberal Party, the ”Georgist” wing) and Corneliu Z.Codreanu (”All for the Country” Party), the relationships between the great diplomat, a candidate on the electoral lists of PNȚ, and the Legion were restored. In order to successfully stand up against the auhoritarian and antidemocratic initiatives foreseen by king Charles the IInd – a common objective assumed by the three signatory political forces – following several ”interventions and Conciliabules” initiated by leaders of the Peasants’ Party and legionnaires, the person of Nicolae Titulescu stopped being attacked in the press and within the legionnaire media. Finally, Nicolae Titulescu’s candidacy was actively supported by the student legionnaire structures in the propaganda during the electoral campaign (November – December 1937).