In the 2019 provincial elections, Forum voor Democratie (FVD) is set to win the most seats in the Dutch Senate (see picture from the Dutch broadcaster NOS below).
I haven't really followed their campaign, but it seems that there is some confusion over whether the party is in favour of a so-called Nexit (Netherlands Exit of the EU) or not. To quote the Volkskrant from the 21st of February 2019:
Forum voor Democratie (FvD) blijft een hartstochtelijk voorstander van een vertrek van Nederland uit de Europese Unie. Partijleider Thierry Baudet keert zich tegen de bewering van Eerste Kamer-lijsttrekker Henk Otten dat de partij ‘helemaal niet per se voor een Nexit is’. ‘In die uitspraak herken ik me niet’, zegt Baudet.
Translated (by me):
Forum voor Democracy (FvD) remains a strong supporter of a Dutch exit from the European Union. Party leader Thierry Baudet distances himself from the claim by its front-runner for the Senate, Henk Otten, that the party isn't 'in favour of Next per se'. 'I don't see it that way', Baudet said.
Seeing how Baudet is the centerpiece around which the party seems to revolve, his view carries a lot of weight. On the other hand, he was not up for election, but the front-runner for the Senate said almost the opposite.
My question is how FvD campaigned. Did they actively campaign in favour of Nexit? The party is very active on social media and they organise a lot of meetings, how central of a topic was the idea of The Netherlands leaving the European Union?