"Dutch prime minister Mark Ruttes coalition looks set to lose the majority in the elections to parliament's upper chamber. The parties in the coalition goes from 38 to 31 seats in the senate with 75 seats, according to a vallokalsundersökning of the public service company's NOSE."
"instead, it is the populist eurosceptic right-wing party Forum for Democracy (FvD), led by 36-year-old Thierry Baudet, who has sailed up and become the second largest party."
"The Dutch senate approves the laws that the commons propose, and the defeat makes Ruttes coalition will be forced to cooperate with other parties in order to get through the bill in the future."
"Ruttes people's Party (EVP) still looks to be the biggest with twelve chairs, in front of the FvD as the look to reach ten."
"at the same time see the other great populistpartiet in the country, anti-islamist Freedom party (PVV) is output to lose three chairs and land on the six. However, the PVV can still get influence if you are working with FvD."